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BioMelbourne Network is an industry-led membership association for organisations engaged in biotechnology, medical technology and health innovation in the state of Victoria. Our role is to foster links between companies, research organisations, financial markets and government, creating an environment for greater collaboration and prosperity.

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BioMelbourne Network & AusBiotech Christmas Networking Event

As in previous years, BioMelbourne Network is partnering with AusBiotech to celebrate Christmas. There’s a lot to celebrate in the…

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BioBriefing – Hot or Not: Trends for 2020

This event has sold out every year, ensure you book early. What lies ahead for Melbourne’s biotechnology, medical technology and…

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8th Annual Devices + Diagnostics Lab

Save the date: The Devices + Diagnostics Lab will be back in 2020 and will be timed to coincide with…

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Trajan accelerating adoption and growth of microsampling technologies

6 December 2019 Melbourne, Victoria, Australia  Trajan Scientific and Medical (Trajan) announce the appointment of two new roles in their…

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Trailblazing entrepreneurs on track to commercial success and healthcare impact

6 December 2019 Last night, the very best of our nation’s innovation ecosystem helped promising entrepreneurs strike out towards commercial…

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Research Assistant – Crux Biolabs

6 December About Crux Biolabs At Crux Biolabs we understand that each study is unique. Our central laboratory in Scoresby,…

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Membership to BioMelbourne Network is offered to leading organisations within the biotechnology, medical technology and pharmaceutical sectors, including public and private companies, start-ups, SMEs, research organisations, R&D businesses and industry support services.

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Our Members

Bioforum - Data Focused CRO
ESFAM Biotech
ANDHealth
Deakin Research - Commercial
Graeme Clark Institute for Biomedical Engineering / The University of Melbourne