Fabian Lim

Industry Partnerships and Commercialisation Senior Executive, Faculty of Natural Sciences

Fabian completed undergraduate degrees in Electrical Engineering and Economics at the University of Melbourne, and his PhD in Biomedical Engineering at Monash University.

Following a postdoctoral position, Fabian joined the Medical Device Partnering Program, an Australian government program assisting medical device companies with the commercialisation of their products through POC development and validation.

Just prior to joining Imperial College, Fabian was part of the technology transfer team at the University of Melbourne, leading a team responsible for the commercialisation of physical science and medical device technologies. The responsibilities further extended to being part of boards of Directors as the nominated representative for the University of Melbourne in a few start-ups.

With 10+ years of experience in early-stage technology development and commercialisation, Fabian has a track record of licensing patented and software technologies in a broad array of applications as well as securing seed investments for start-ups.

Fabian's portfolio

Mid-infrared pulse laser for biological applications

Mid-infrared pulse laser for biological applications

A system designed for generating ultrafast mid-infrared laser pulses at the wavelength at which water molecules absorb light resonantly Find out more

Highly efficient Raman-shifting optical architecture

Highly efficient Raman-shifting optical architecture

A novel optical architecture for frequency-downshifting laser light to efficiently generate high-power, narrow-bandwidth light between 1100–1500 nm, ideally suited for nonlinear frequency conversion to, for example, 550–750 nm Find out more

Hydrogenation of nitrogen for the synthesis of ammonia

Hydrogenation of nitrogen for the synthesis of ammonia

Improved process for synthesizing ammonia under ambient conditions significantly reducing energy requirements and carbon emissions. Find out more

Novel treatment for Huntington’s Disease using zinc finger gene therapy

Novel treatment for Huntington’s Disease using zinc finger gene therapy

A novel gene therapy for Huntington’s Disease that leverage zinc finger protein technology. Find out more

Aptamer-based multiplex screening platform

Aptamer-based multiplex screening platform

A fully flexible, scalable and low-cost detection platform to sense multiple protein targets simultaneously by grafting specific sequences along the backbone of a double-stranded DNA carrier. Find out more

Nanotube-grafted carbon fibres

Nanotube-grafted carbon fibres

A novel and patented production method introducing carbon nanotubes (CNTs) to carbon fibre (CF) composites to give enhanced electrical, mechanical and electrical properties. Find out more

Circularly polarised organic light-emitting diodes (CP-OLEDs)

Circularly polarised organic light-emitting diodes (CP-OLEDs)

A simple, low-cost and scalable technology to fabricate solution-processed circularly polarised organic light-emitting diodes (CP-OLEDs). Find out more

DEP Trapping Using Metallised Nanopipettes

DEP Trapping Using Metallised Nanopipettes

This invention enables efficient single molecule nanopore sensing at femtomolar concentrations using dielectrophoretic trapping by combining nanopore sensing and dielectrophoresis (DEP). Find out more

Nanotweezers for single-cell biopsy

Nanotweezers for single-cell biopsy

Inexpensive, easy to fabricate and use, dielectrophoretic nanotweezers for non-destructive subcellular concentration (trapping) and extraction of biomolecules. Find out more

Novel vortex laser

Novel vortex laser

A high-power and high-efficiency new methodology for laser vortex creation that enables new devices and applications with vortex spatial format. Find out more

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