Neo-bionica tech voucher scheme launched

Funding to develop new medical device concepts is now available through the inaugural Neo-Bionica Technology Voucher Program.

The aim of the program is to support medical device innovators to take concepts to the next stage of development with the support of Neo-Bionica.

Researchers and clinicians with a medical device idea are invited to apply for a funding voucher to cover the cost of Neo-Bionica’s expertise and facilities.

The expression of interest phase is open until 1 November 2021. Following an assessment of feasibility and eligibility, those with suitable projects will be invited to apply for a voucher before 1 December 2021.

Click here to apply today.

The Neo-Bionica Technology Voucher Program is funded by the  Victorian Higher Education State Investment Fund through the Victorian Department of Education and Training.

Neo-Bionica is an end-to-end medical device prototype development provider with a unique combination of medical device engineering expertise and state-of-the-art facilities. A joint initiative of the Bionics Institute and The University of Melbourne, Neo-Bionica is located in St Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne. For more information, go to: www.neo-bionica.com

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