High-technology company Liquid Instruments, started by researchers at The Australian National University (ANU), is disrupting the scientific test & measurement market. The company was started by Professor Daniel Shaddock from the ANU Research School of Physics and Engineering to make high-technology instruments for use by scientists and engineers.

The company has already raised more than $1 million in venture capital from ANU Connect Ventures and Australian Capital Ventures Ltd.

"I am really proud of what the Liquid Instruments team has achieved" Professor Shaddock said. "We started shipping our first product in late 2015 and we are now selling to world-leading labs around the world".

"It is hard to believe that it's just over a year since Liquid Instruments received its first funding. Every member of the team has done an amazing job."

Commenting on the success of Liquid Instruments Nick McNaughton said "Through the work that Daniel and his team were doing at the University they saw the opportunity to disrupt the scientific test & measurement market. They come to us with the idea, we funded the proof of concept and very quickly realised the scale of this opportunity".


Steve Hardy continued "We saw the opportunity to support these incredibly smart scientists as they took their idea from the work-bench to the global market. We are delighted by their success to date".


To learn more go to www.liquidinstruments.com