Advancing frontiers collaborating online
The NBIC Marketplace Portal is a collaborative online space for sharing research, funding, and innovation opportunities between NBIC's industry and research partners.
We have found that the connecting of academic
and industry partners to pair problem and solution, opportunity and need, has been one of the most valued parts of what we can offer our partners.
This new portal will allow you to seamlessly share opportunities and make direct connections with other partners in a fast and secure environment.
– Mark Richardson
CEO at National Biofilms Innovation Centre
About the Marketplace
The National Biofilms Innovation Centre (NBIC) Marketplace Portal is a free access service for researchers, industry members, RTOs, startups and investors related to NBIC to directly present their research, innovation and funding opportunities under a confidential environment.
- Connect with verified NBIC stakeholders
- Share innovation opportunities under a confidential environment
- Identify new business opportunities and partners
Publish Technology Calls or Technology Offers to find novel solutions and partners for your R&D, funding and innovation projects.
Submit solutions to Technology Calls or requests for information to Technology Offers you will find nowhere else to initiate collaboration projects.
Directly connect with industry and research partners related to the research areas you care about to explore new collaboration opportunities.
Who is it for?
NBIC industry and research partners related to the subjects below are welcome to register...
- Food, Beverage, Agriculture
- Consumer Products
- Industrial Processing
- Enabling Tools
- Startups and Spinoffs
- External Partners
- Universities and Research Groups
- Research and Technology Organizations
Join the NBIC Marketplace Portal to access research, innovation and funding opportunities. NBIC will contact you to validate your account to access:
- Unique opportunities for collaboration
- Patents, research results and novel technologies
- Industry calls for innovation