A New Zealand designed and developed wave power[?] device has won a prestigious grant totalling more than NZ$2 million from the US Department of Energy for a project to deploy its device in the United States.
A computer game-based arm rehabilitation device developed by IRL has won first prize in the prototype category of the 2010 Engineers Australia, College of Biomedical Engineering Better Technology Awards.
IRL has now established PhD scholarships at Victoria University which will help ensure that the next generation of scientists can commercialise their research and help lift New Zealand’s economic performance and prosperity.
Industrial Research Ltd (IRL) and Epichem Pty Ltd today announced the launch of a strategic alliance designed to provide clients with continuous and seamless services from drug discovery to cGMP production.
Boosting the global uptake of high temperature superconductors, a revolutionary technology transforming a wide range of industries, is the goal of an influential line-up of international industrial heavyweights gathering in Wellington next week.