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Veena Sahajwalla: UNSW SMaRT Lab
Class: technology-style
Veena Sahajwalla: Waste Warrior
Tags: Inspiring Australian Women
From Mumbai to Australia, scientist and engineer Veena Sahajwalla is revolutionising the way societi ...
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PhoneSat 1.0
Class: science-style
Expat Entrepreneur blasts off
From country New South Wales to low-earth orbit, Chris Boshuizen’s fascination with space has launch ...
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Dr Vikram Khurana
Class: science-style
Battling baffling brain disease
Using yeast, stem cells and his impressive brain power, clinician and neuroscientist Vikram Khurana ...
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Matthew Sweeny, CEO Flirtey
Class: business-style
Flirtey: The rise of the drones...
When the first legal drone delivery on United States’ soil took place experts hailed it as a ‘Kitty ...
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Carbon Nexus, Professor Bronwyn Fox (right)
Class: technology-style
The Carbon Fibre Revolution : Part One
Like many heavy industry-based regional economies, Geelong found its economy collapsing in the face ...
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Carbon Revolution wheel
Class: technology-style
The Carbon Fibre Revolution: part two
As the city of Geelong builds a global reputation for carbon fibre technologies, Australian company ...
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Prof. Stuart Crozier with a Radiofrequency (RF) coil. (Image courtesy of the University of Queensland)
Class: technology-style
A clear vision of success
As one of the world’s leading innovators in medical imaging technology, Professor Stuart Crozier is ...
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Tania Yuki, founder and Chief Executive Officer of the social media analysis firm, Shareablee
Class: technology-style
Tania Yuki - Social Climber
Tags: Business | Digital Influencer | Digital | Innovation | Inspiring Australian Women | Technology
Tania Yuki has taken the New York tech world by storm with her social media analysis firm, Shareable ...
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Anatomics products
Class: technology-style
Anatomics: The neurosurgeon’s bone factory
Tags: Innovation | Science
A quarter of a century ago Paul D’Urso wondered if the then emerging technologies of 3D imaging and ...
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