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    Anatomics: Australian Innovation

    Anatomics were the first in the world to develop the interface between a CT scanner and a 3D printer enabling them to manufacture customised medical devices. Anatomics is creating the technology that will allow surgeons all around the world to print off an implant to their exact specifications.

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    Professor Jian Yang
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    Jian Yang: Unravelling the complexity of height, intelligence, obesity and schizophrenia
    Jian Yang has created pioneering new techniques to unravel that complexity and solve the ‘missing heritability paradox’.
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    Laureate Professor Eric Reynolds
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    Eric Reynolds: How Australian dairy milk is saving the world’s teeth
    For inventing and commercialising Recaldent, Professor Eric Reynolds receives the Prime Minister’s Prize for Innovation.
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    Distinguished Professor Jenny Graves AO FAA
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    Jenny Graves: What can kangaroos and platypus tell us about sex and humanity?
    Professor Jenny Graves AO has transformed our understanding of how humans and all vertebrate animals evolved and function.
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    Professor Dayong Jin
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    Dayong Jin: 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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    A simple treatment to reduce birth defects
    In what could be one of the most significant discoveries in pregnancy research in decades, Australian scientists have discovered a previously unknown cause of birth defects and miscarriages. And that’ ...
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    Rose Amal
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    Australian power for the future
    Green plants harness sunlight to produce food. Solar cells convert sunlight into energy, and now Australian chemical engineer Rose Amal is using sunlight to transform unwanted carbon dioxide into envi ...
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    Berkay Ozcelik
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    New cell regeneration technology helps restore eyesight
    A University of Melbourne team has developed a way to grow corneal cells in the lab that may eliminate the need for donor corneas and restore eyesight to millions of people worldwide.
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    Ben Buchler from ANU
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    Light-stopping technology key breakthrough for quantum computing
    In their quest to develop an optical quantum computer, physicists at the Australian National University have brought light to a standstill inside a cloud of ultra-cold atoms, an important prerequisite ...
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    Australians leading the way in science
    Meet the next generation of scientific leaders who are developing our knowledge of the universe and finding new ways to solve complex problems. From a heart device that works without a pulse, to the r ...
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    Brand Australia in Action

    AU Brand Video 2015
    2015 Australia Unlimited Video
    Australia Unlimited looks to demonstrate Australian excellence across Business, Culture, Design, Env ...
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    Australian architect wins in London
    As part of the London Festival of Architecture, Australian Architect Andrew Burns and British landsc ...
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