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Carbon Revolution wheel
Class: technology-style
Reinventing the wheel - part two
As the city of Geelong builds a global reputation for carbon fibre technologies, Australian company Carbon Revolution is tackling the problem of how to turn a potentially disruptive technology into a ...
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Carbon Nexus, Professor Bronwyn Fox (right)
Class: technology-style
Reinventing the wheel - Part one
Like many heavy industry-based regional economies, Geelong found its economy collapsing in the face of globalisation. However the city is now set to be the centre of an advanced manufacturing industry ...
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LANDTEM, image supplied by CSIRO
Class: science-style
Making mineral exploration easy
LANDTEM, an Australian invention that creates a three-dimensional map of underground ore bodies has uncovered deposits worth A$4 billion in Australia and A$10 billion globally. The technology developm ...
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Associate Professor Udantha Abeyratne, The University of Queensland
Class: science-style
Cough into my smartphone
Drawing on a lifetime of innovative research conducted across several countries, Associate Professor Udantha Abeyratne of the University of Queensland has developed technology capable of diagnosing re ...
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Image provided by CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), credit James Gathany
Class: science-style | science-style | society-style
Australia's mosquito men
An international team of scientists led by Professor Scott O’Neill of Monash University has developed a natural method to reduce the spread of dengue fever across the tropics. He and fellow Australian ...
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amanada_nanodiamondfluorescent_w.jpg
Class: science-style
Diamonds are a scientist's best friend
Dr Amanda Barnard is one of Australia’s leading scientists and an award-winning researcher with a growing international profile. Her diamond nanoparticle discovery has the potential to change the live ...
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Sirtex_Spheres.jpg
Class: science-style
Cancer-fighting spheres go global
Australian life sciences company Sirtex has developed a cancer treatment based around microscopically small irradiated beads. The company’s SIR-Spheres have already improved the lives of many liver ca ...
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CSL Building
Class: science-style
CSL boosts Aussie biotech
Having started out as a small, government-run vaccine maker a century ago, Commonwealth Serum Laboratories (CSL) has grown into one the world’s largest and most innovative biotherapies manufacturers. ...
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Dr Richard Pestell presenting at TEDx Occidental College 2014 on March 29, 2014
Class: science-style
Global positioning at the cancer frontlineTags: Cancer | Medicine | Research | TEDx
Losing a close friend to cancer was a defining childhood moment for Dr Richard Pestell. The experience, and the influence of parents working in healthcare, provided the inspiration to take on one of t ...
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