$700m

Raised to take university technology to market

150+

Active licence agreements

$32b

Gross product sales from UQ technologies licensed by us

$655m

In revenue returned to UQ since 2002

100+

Companies created from our intellectual property portfolio

300+

Granted US patents

Impact highlights

Our commercialisation impact makes The University of Queensland Australia’s top university for licence income and value of equity held in spin-out companies.*

*National Survey of Research Commercialisation, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, 2016
gardasil cervica cancer vaccine

Gardasil®: A global solution to eradicating cervical cancer

From its origins in groundbreaking research at The University of Queensland, to its use in more than 130 countries worldwide, the Gardasil® cervical cancer vaccine has led to a decrease of approximately 90 per cent in the prevalence of human papillomavirus (HPV), the major cause of cervical cancer.

Securing a non-GMO future for the world’s food crops

Technology to protect food crops from viruses and disease could help solve one of the world’s most pressing challenges: meeting the food needs of a growing human population.

PERkii probiotics made using UQ's ProGel technology

Better gut health with the world's first encapsulated probiotic drink

The world’s first encapsulated probiotic drink uses patented technology to deliver beneficial bacteria safely to the gut. PERKii® is sold in more than 2000 stores across Australia and New Zealand.

UQ's ResAppDx smartphone app is being used to diagnose respiratory diseases in a range of settings.

A smartphone app helping doctors and patients breathe easier

Just one cough and a simple and inexpensive new smartphone technology can instantly and accurately identify respiratory diseases.

Bringing the benefits of positive parenting to the world

The Triple P-Positive Parenting Program is changing the lives of millions of families around the world, thanks to the work of leading researchers at UQ and the acumen of licensee Triple P International Pty Ltd.

Professor Stuart Crozier with MRI scan technology commercialised by UniQuest.

MRI scan technology is savings lives around the world

UQ’s innovative technology, which is used in most of the world’s MRI machines, has helped more than 8 billion people across the globe.

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