About Main Sequence Ventures
Featured Investment – Q-Ctrl
Companies developing new ways to diagnose cancer, platforms to connect work and learning, next generation WiFi chips and quantum computing firmware are among the first to receive investment from Main Sequence Ventures, manager of the $100 million CSIRO Innovation Fund...
Join us on our national tour as we celebrate #deeptechfounders Briefing Discover how Main Sequence Ventures has been custom built to manage the CSIRO Innovation Fund and help deep tech founders. Leave with clarity about how to engage with us to take your deep tech to...
A keynote for the launch of Founder 10X Accelerator / UNSW — February 2018
2018.03.05 / 3min read. Read More
Some time in the possible future of agriculture…
At Food Agility this weekend, I was asked to describe a future ‘food system’’. I came up with the following based on the companies and…
2018.02.18 / 2min read. Read More
Listen: Bill Bartee on Open the Pod Bay Doors podcast
Listen to our Bill Bartee talk space, #deeptechfounders and what Main Sequence Ventures is all about on Open the Pod Bay Doors, a podcast…
2017.11.09 / 0min read. Read More
Listen: Alison Deans on Open the Pod Bay Doors podcast
Listen to our investment committee member Alison Deans talk all things Aussie startup and #deeptechfounders on Open the Pod Bay Doors, a…
2017.11.07 / 0min read. Read More
Morse Micro & Main Sequence Ventures
I am excited to announce that the team at Main Sequence Ventures have co-led an investment in next generation Wi-Fi company Morse Micro…
2017.10.30 / 5min read. Read More
Agtech and #deeptechfounders
Bushtech podcast: Phil speaking with Sarah Nolet
2017.10.15 / 0min read. Read More
In the Shoes of a Venture Capitalist
As a PhD scholar in Telecommunication Engineering and Google Fellow working in CSIRO’s Data61, I have always been intrigued about…
2017.09.07 / 3min read. Read More
NOVA — Your chance to be a deeptech VC
After my first few weeks at Main Sequence Ventures , it’s very clear we are not going to do this alone.
2017.08.23 / 2min read. Read More
Conviction vs Risk: What Happens if The Founders Are Right?
Managing downside and ignoring upside is risky business
2017.08.19 / 1min read. Read More