Knowledge Exchange and Enterprise
Connecting industry and researchers
Knowledge Exchange and Enterprise provides services to researchers from the University of Newcastle, as well as connecting industry with the University's world-class research and technologies.
The University’s Intellectual Property (IP) Team assists researchers with all aspects of Intellectual Property, from the first stage of disclosing the idea or technology, right through to discussing the steps of protecting and patenting.
For government, industry and business, KEE's services can leverage a competitive edge in the global market by providing access to new technology developed by University of Newcastle researchers, to solve problems relevant to your business needs.
We offer our research partners access to our world-class resources and research expertise with financial support through government incentives and funding schemes that promote collaboration between researchers and industry.
KEE has strong relationships with many industry partners and networks. These partnerships are often the stepping stone to research collaborations between researchers and industry.
News • 27 Oct 2021
Newcastle scale-up CEO shares his story of building out a global tech firm through to their recent acquisition at I2N's Startup Stories
News • 18 Oct 2021
The New Futures Hackathon for Water Security saw seven teams learn from water security experts from Hunter Water, City of Newcastle, Hunter H2O, and the University of Newcastle before embarking on a 10 hour “hack” to evolve their ideas into a viable, technological solution.
News • 15 Oct 2021
Associate Professor Sally McFadden was one of a number of pre-startups and startups linked to NSW universities who pitched their solutions to global challenges at the NSW Pearcey Awards University Pitch Competition securing prize money and mentorship.
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The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.