Researchers who would like to apply for Accelerating Commercialisation assistance without having to form a company can apply through:
- an Eligible Partner Entity or
- a commercialisation office of a university or other publicly funded research organisation.
An Eligible Partner Entity is an Australian corporation whose primary purpose is research but also assists its researchers to commercialise their intellectual property. An example of an Eligible Partner Entity could be a private research institute that does not meet the definition of a publicly funded research organisation. Refer to the customer information guidelines for guidance on how we define publicly funded research organisations.
To register as an Eligible Partner Entity, an organisation has to:
- satisfy certain criteria and
- get approval by the Programme Delegate.
Summary of the eligibility requirements
If you would like to become an Eligible Partner Entity, or would like further information on the eligibility requirements and the process for becoming an Eligible Partner Entity, please send an email with the details of your request to ACStrategy@industry.gov.au.
The following entities are registered as Eligible Partner Entities:
- The Australian Wine Research Institute Ltd.
- The Burnet Institute
- The George Institute for Global Health
- The Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
- The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
- Medvet Science Pty Ltd
- Brien Holden Vision Institute.
For more information refer to the customer information guidelines in the Key documents section of Accelerating Commercialisation.