Some of the snippet of our startup journey
With support of the University of Adelaide, through Uni Researcher, ARC linkage project is intiated for development of ResearchSat's core IP.
Made Agreements with potential partners (Launch company, satellite manufacturing company).
Went to India to raise the funds for the first mission.
Applied and selected for ICC's Space venture Catalyst program. Incubated in ICC and carried out the bussiness course on StartUp entreprenuership
From the designs developed, optimized design is selected and printed for prototyping and purposes.
Registered company under the name "ResearchSat", restructured the shareholders and their respective responsibilites and carried out brand identity tasks.
Pitched the concept and bussiness plan to ThincLab team and incubated in ThincLab and got access to industrial experts.
Identified strategic pathways for space biotech research and developed few strategic plans for future growth (help of Leep Sheep)
Research carried on microfluidic chips and lab-on-chip technologies
Designed and developed simple microbial experiment chip for debut mission
carried some Ground tests on the Microbe (Non pathogenic).
we tested microbial against vibrational and thermal loads
Designed and developed Microfluidic chip for microbial growth experiments. Modelled the satellite prototype components for 3D printing.
Collected customer validation and market research in Australia
Understood the Australia Market potential and opportunities
Pitched concept in ThincLab eChallenge program and carried out market research and industry competitor
Carried out comprehensive study on available technology and biology missions carried out in the past decade – concluding the technology viability and product development.
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