MAP partners with Corrs Chamber Westgarth
The Melbourne Accelerator Program (MAP) has partnered with law firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth to offer free legal advice to its startups.
Serving up technology to satisfy food desires
Beer, chocolate, art and technology came together in the recently opened exhibition Food Desire & Technology by artist Pierre Proske.
Australian universities teaching the business of entrepreneurship
An article and video on universities and entrepreneurship published on ABC's Australia Plus platform.
We mustn’t discount unis in ideas boom
We mustn't discount universities in the ideas boom, writes MAP Deputy Director Clare Harding.
Researchers may be motivated by impact but that is not enough to achieve it
How can universities and industry collaborate more closely to create a supportive environment to help researchers achieve impact?
Imagining the future of food, through art
CCI recently opened Inheritance by artist Anna Madeleine, as part of Absolutely Famished, a program investigating the future of food.
Catch a TRaM to accelerate impact?
The Translating Research at Melbourne (TRaM) program seeks to accelerate commercial insight for researchers.
Perspectives on Brexit
The EU Centre on Shared Complex Challenges has compiled various perspectives on Brexit by various experts on the EU.