Elevating South Australia's Innovative Women


Congratulations to all of the 2019 Winnovation Awards Finalists!

Dr Jiawen Li

Dr Jiawen Li

University of Adelaide

The world’s thinnest multimodal imaging catheter to study and prevent heart attack.

Award Category 2019 Technology
Dr Jiawen Li

Dr Jiawen Li

University of Adelaide

The world’s thinnest multimodal imaging catheter to study and prevent heart attack.

Award Category 2019 Engineering
Caroline Tiddy

Caroline Tiddy

MinEx CRC, Future Industries Institute, University of South Australia

Striking copper and gold: data-driven tools for targeted exploration of mineral deposits to address global supply and demand issues.

Award Category 2019 Maths & Data
Miko Yamada

Miko Yamada

Future Industries Institute, University of South Australia

Empowering women to self-diagnose skin cancer without scars or pain using a micro-biopsy device and cancer signatures; so gentle we can use it on the face.

Award Category 2019 Emerging Innovator
Dr Janet Sluggett

Dr Janet Sluggett

Centre for Medicine Use and Safety, Monash University

MRS GRACE: A service to simplify medication use in residential aged care homes reducing the number of times that people need to take medications each day.

Award Category 2019 Open Category
Dr Hazel Vandeleur

Dr Hazel Vandeleur

University of South Australia

Re-imagining the contaminated sediments near smelters in Port Pirieas as a resource in order to recover and repurpose desirable metals.

Award Category 2019 Regional Rural and Remote
Zoe Doubleday

Zoe Doubleday

University of South Australia

Port Lincoln’s next big catch: establishing South Australia’s first octopus fishery. (University of South Australia)

Award Category 2019 Regional Rural and Remote
Sally Woolford

Sally Woolford

Office for the Chief Executive of Public Sector Employment

A disruptive change approach to drive diversity and inclusion in SA Police and beyond; helping people feel safe, respected and supported.

Award Category 2019 Innovation & Intrapreneurship within Government
Dr Janet Sluggett

Dr Janet Sluggett

Centre for Medicine Use and Safety, Monash University

MRS GRACE: A service to simplify medication use in residential aged care homes reducing the number of times that people need to take medications each day.

Award Category 2019 Social Impact
Eloise Hall & Isobel Marshall

Eloise Hall & Isobel Marshall

TABOO Sanitary Products

A social enterprise providing organic cotton sanitary items to Australian women, through an online subscription platform.

Award Category 2019 Young Innovator
Hannah Scott

Hannah Scott

Flinders University

THIM: A new sleep tracker that treats insomnia in less than 24 hours.

Award Category 2019 Young Innovator