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Company Overview of Australian National University

Company Overview

Australian National University operates as a research university. As of June 3, 2006, it had seven colleges, which include research and education centers, schools, and faculties that contribute to various broad disciplines. The company was founded in 1946 and is based in Canberra, Australia.

East Road

Chancelry Building 10

Room 1.04

Canberra, ACT 0200

Australia

Founded in 1946

4,272 Employees

Phone:

61 2 6125 5111

Fax:

61 2 6125 0683

Key Executives for Australian National University

Vice-Chancellor
Chief Finance Officer and Director of Finance & Business Services
Pro Vice-Chancellor of E-Strategies
Head of Council and Boards Secretariat
Director of Crawford School for Economics & Government and Member of Academic Board
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Australian National University Key Developments

Seeing Machines Limited Forms of a New Joint Venture with the Australian National University

Seeing Machines Limited announced the formation of a new joint venture, NuCoria Pty. Ltd., with The Australian National University (ANU) to commercialise TrueField Analyzer (TFA) Intellectual Property. Leveraging Seeing Machines' patented IP, technical expertise, and ANU's technology transfer & commercialisation successes, NuCoria will be dedicated to bringing revolutionary medical devices to market. The TrueField Analyzer was originally developed collaboratively between ANU and Seeing Machines, and each of them has licensed their relevant existing intellectual property to NuCoria. NuCoria is a strategic arrangement that allows Seeing Machines to focus on core opportunities and competencies, including its alliances with Caterpillar Global Mining and TK Holdings (part of the Takata Group) and other rapidly emerging transport sector opportunities. ANU, following its own successful sale of Lithicon for AUD 76 million, will take the lead in managing, staffing, and funding NuCoria. Seeing Machines will have an initial interest of 18% of NuCoria, will nominate a non-executive director and will receive royalties from any future licensing deals the new company enters into.

Australian National University To Sell Shares In 7 Companies

Australian National University (ANU) is planning to sell its stake in seven companies. ANU has planned to sell shares in Newcrest Mining Limited (ASX:NCM), Santos Limited (ASX:STO), Sandfire Resources NL (ASX:SFR), Oil Search Limited (ASX:OSH), Sirius Resources NL (ASX:SIR), Independence Group NL (ASX:IGO) and Iluka Resources Ltd. (ASX:ILU).

Australian National University Presents at 11th Annual AVCJ Private Equity & Venture Australia and New Zealand Forum, Mar-06-2014 01:30 PM

Australian National University Presents at 11th Annual AVCJ Private Equity & Venture Australia and New Zealand Forum, Mar-06-2014 01:30 PM. Venue: Four Seasons Hotel, 199 George Street, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia. Speakers: Hugh White, Professor of Strategic Studies.

Recent Private Companies Transactions

Type
Date
Target
Merger/Acquisition
February 5, 2014
Lithicon AS
 

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