We turn medical device ideas into clinical reality

ACHIEVING BETTER OUTCOMES FOR PATIENTS

We bridge the gap between research and the clinic, providing world-class engineering expertise and links to leading clinicians to create life changing medical device solutions.

WHAT WE DO

We offer end-to-end medical device prototype development, from initial concept and rapid prototyping, to pre-clinical testing and first-in-human prototypes for clinical trials.

OUR CAPABILITIES

Neo-Bionica is backed by expertise in bionic device development at the Bionics Institute and the research muscle of The University of Melbourne. Uniquely located in

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DEVICE PATHWAY

OUR EXPERTISE

Deep mechanical, electrical and biomedical engineering expertise combined with specialised fabrication skills and regulatory experience combine to make an unparalleled implantable device development team.

OUR FACILITES

In close proximity to leading clinicians and researchers, our engineering teams and ISO7 manufacturing clean rooms are co-located to enhance the transition from concept to manufacture in world class facilities with state-of-the art technology.

OUR EXPERTISE

Deep mechanical, electrical and biomedical engineering expertise combined with specialised fabrication skills and regulatory experience combine to make an unparalleled implantable device development team.

OUR FACILITIES

In close proximity to leading clinicians and researchers, our engineering teams and ISO7 manufacturing clean rooms are co-located to enhance the transition from concept to manufacture in world class facilities with state-of-the art technology.

OUR TRACK RECORD

Neo-Bionica brings together the expertise of engineers and technicians from the Bionics Institute. A leader in medical device implant research for more than 30 years, the institute has a proven track record of translating research into clinical outcomes, including:

PREDICTING SEIZURES IN EPILEPSY

In collaboration with epilepsy specialist Professor Mark Cook, researchers at the Bionics Institute developed the first-generation Minder® device.

REDUCING INFLIMATION IN CROHN'S DISEASE