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Colin Hall. Credit: Wildbear.
Class: technology-style
Australian science behind market-first plastic mirror
In transport industries, metal and glass are increasingly being replaced by lightweight yet durable plastic parts, which can be easily moulded into dynamic shapes, and don’t shatter on impact. Capital ...
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Christophe Hoppe with his new Bauselite watch casing. Credit: Flinders University/Bausele
Class: technology-style
Nanotechnology and luxury watches: an innovative Australian partnership
In 2015, Bausele became the first Australian luxury watch brand to be invited to Baselworld in Switzerland – the world’s largest and most prestigious luxury watch and jewellery expo. Its success is, i ...
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How Game of Thrones' Emmy-award-winning battle scene was made
Melbourne based visual effects provider Iloura – also known for creating ghosts for the 2016 reboot of Ghostbusters – has won its first Emmy for the Game Of Thrones (GoT) season six episode “Battle of ...
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Jon Soong Co-founder Makers Empire
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3D printing – preparing students for the jobs of tomorrow
Australian startup Makers Empire has created what is being billed as the world’s easiest-to-use 3D printing software. The learning program has been picked up by schools across Australia, the US, Hong ...
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Nura CEO and Co-founder Kyle Slater
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NURA HEADPHONES: Changing the way the world hears
Australian technology startup Nura is changing how you hear. Its innovative headphone design adapts sound specifically to your ears to create a crystal-clear audio experience.
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Professor Dayong Jin, credit Vanessa Valenzuela Davie
Class: science-style
Harnessing light for a healthcare revolution
From portable diagnostic tools that will allow people to monitor their health in real time, to nanoparticles that can detect and shine a light on at-risk cells before they become cancerous, Professor ...
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Honey Bee with micro-sensor, credit CSIRO
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Bees with backpacks: micro-sensors help solve global honey bee declineTags: Innovation
Honey bees are dying at an unsustainable rate, intensifying food security threats. Scientists in Australia have developed a power-efficient micro-sensor platform that can be used to track individual b ...
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Carnegie Wave Energy, CETO 6
Class: technology-style
Riding the clean energy wave
Australia’s Carnegie Wave Energy is attracting global interest after building and operating the world’s first commercial-scale wave energy array connected to the power grid and producing desalinated w ...
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Dr Thomas Oxley in New York City. Credit: Lance Kaplan
Class: technology-style
THE BIONIC SPINE POWERED BY BRAIN WAVES
It sounds like science fiction: a ‘bionic spine’ that enables people paralysed by spinal cord injury or stroke to walk again – by the power of thought alone. But thanks to Australian neurologist and r ...
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