At a glance Pyper Vision, a Christchurch-based company, is developing a groundbreaking system using UAV technology to disperse a compound that clears fog droplets, ensuring safe visibility for take-offs and landings at airports.
Our team have made three key changes to the grant: Simplified co funding: 40% across both R&D projects and Capability Development - meaning more funding could be available to invest in that exciting first R&D project.
Callaghan Innovation has today launched a counselling service to support founders whose mental health is suffering due to the significant pressures associated with establishing and growing a startup.
The large, eye-catching pounamu Aaron Ward wears around his neck is not only his connection to home, but also a conversation starter.
Callaghan Innovation and Whāriki have entered a strategic partnership to accelerate the commercialisation of innovation in Māori enterprise.
After a decade as a recruiter, Scott Inglis saw a difficult part for firms hiring a new employee came right at the end.
Paku’s story starts at the kōhanga reo sandpit with Wellington designer Johnson Witehira watching his tamariki play.
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Callaghan Innovation and the Poutama Trust congratulate the finalists of the 2023 New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards.
We know rebuilding is going to take time and will be challenging.
The NZ Hi-Tech Awards celebrates New Zealand’s most successful hi-tech businesses and individuals, putting a spotlight on tech businesses and world-leading innovations.
Callaghan Innovation is proud to sponsor once again the NZ Hi-Tech Kamupene Māori o te Tau – Māori Company of the Year award.
The Paeroa-based company – which provides innovative, proven and effective seaweed products that benefit people and the planet – was named Callaghan Innovation Hi-Tech Māori Kamupene o te Tau/Māori Company of the Year at the 2022 NZ Hi-Tech Awards.