Two decades of impact

Once a historic site from the last industrial revolution, our space is now dedicated to developing revolutionary science and technology startups that will improve the world. 

Supported by our founding shareholders – ANU, UNSW, USYD and UTS – our incubator and community brings together the fields of business, engineering and science to solve complex challenges.

Since our inception, we’ve seen an unprecedented $1.3bn in exits from six deep tech ventures in the last two decades. We’ve helped our residents raise billions in funding and file hundreds of patents globally.

Our Areas of Focus

From the future of human health to space technology, we’re focused on supporting ventures working on some of the world’s most pressing problems and promising opportunities.

Our Leadership

Sally-Ann Williams

Chief Executive Officer

Our team is headed up by our CEO, Sally-Ann Williams who previously spent 12 years with Google Australia’s R&D team where she was responsible for leading Google’s efforts in startup engagement and research collaborations.

Sally-Ann is an experienced Non Executive Board member currently serving on the boards of Cicada Innovations, Qudos Bank, Data61, NSSN, and AusOcean, Chair of the Computing Advisory Board at ANU, as well as the advisory board member of the Heavy Ion Accelerator NCRIS Facility, a member of the Centre for Entrepreneurial Agri-Technology governance committee, and a member of the NSW Government Tech Central Advisory Board. 

Transitioning to a Complex Economy

We believe Australia’s future economy needs to prioritise science and engineering. Our vision is an economy led by R&D that invests in scientific endeavour, discovery and invention.

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