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Innovation, R&D and IT

Innovation, and translating it into economic outcomes, is vital for New Zealand's international competitiveness. This is why we're supporting the process of matching up businesses with relevant R&D and IT in order to help develop innovative products, services, and technologies.

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1.BioCell Corporation  

Published 03 August 2016 in Innovation, R&D and IT

BioCell Corporation develops, manufactures and distributes human and animal health products from its facility in Auckland, which is GMP-approved by the Ministry of Primary Industries, NZ.Read More

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2.Pete's Natural  

Published 03 August 2016 in

Beverage manufacturer:
We specialize in small runs for beverage bottling. Starting from 1100 liters 1 batch. We can bottle in different size glass bottles, ropp or crown cap closure.Read More

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3.Briton Infrared Ltd  

Published 26 May 2016 in Innovation, R&D and IT

Briton Infrared provide a range of specialist inspection and testing services to the industrial sector, Nationwide.We combine the best available inspection systems and methods to provide solutions to various challenging mechanical, electrical, structural and environmental issues. Our strong background in a range of industrial operations has made us the leaders in innovative inspection methods in even the most arduous environments.Read More

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4.Ilex Engineering Co Ltd  

Published 16 January 2016 in Innovation, R&D and IT

Manufacturer and designers of pedestrian access control turnstiles, gates and barriers.Read More

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5.Sleep Wake Research Centre  

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The Centre conducts multi-disciplinary research to increase scientific knowledge to improve health, performance, safety and well-being through a programme of basic and applied research with an integrated approach to sleep and waking function.Read More

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6.Stroke & Applied Neurosciences (NISAN)  

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The primary aim of NISAN is to conduct high quality epidemiological studies and clinical trials to improve the health and outcomes in people with major neurological disorders – the current emphasis being on stroke and traumatic brain injury. Research with this aim is unique within the landscape of existing research groupings in New Zealand.Read More

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