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The L'Oreal-UNESCO Women in Science Fellowships 2018Tags: Astronomy | Australia | Education | Healthcare | Indigenous | Innovation | Inspiring Australian Women | Medicine | Research | Space | Technology | Universe | Health
The L'OrĂ©al-UNESCO For Women in Science Australia & New Zealand Fellowships recognise the achievements of outstanding female scientists at different stages of their careers. This year’s Australian re ...
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Switching light for faster, more reliable internet
Tags: Australia | Award | Business | Digital | ICT | Innovation | IT | Technology
For creating and commercialising technologies that underpin the global internet, Dr Simon Poole, Mr Andrew Bartos, Dr Glenn Baxter and Dr Steven Frisken received the $250,000 Prime Minister’s Prize fo ...
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Making flexible crystals and new separation technologies
Tags: Australia | Award | Education | Engineering | Innovation | Manufacturing | Medicine | Research | Technology
For creating flexible crystals that can be bent and twisted and discovering new separation technologies, Associate Professor Jack Clegg received the $50,000 Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scienti ...
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Plant technology about to go viral
Tags: Agriculture | Australia | Drought | Education | Environment | Innovation | Queensland | Research | Science | Start-up | University
Plant breeding technology developed at the University of Queensland is producing crops that can resist viruses and introduce other economically valuable traits, a development that could have an enormo ...
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Close to the bone: 3D printed implants
Tags: Education | Engineering | Healthcare | Innovation | Inspiring Australian Women | Medicine | Research | Science | University | medical devices | Health
Visionary biomaterials and tissue engineer Hala Zreiqat has invented the world’s first 3D-printed porous synthetic bone that mimics bone mechanical strength and promotes new bone growth. But her dream ...
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Peter_Mac_lab_web3
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Fighting cancer with humanity and innovative research
Tags: Cancer | China | Education | Europe | Innovation | Inspiring Australian Women | Medicine | Melanoma | Melbourne | Research | Science | Technology | UK | University | Health | Europe
Australian cancer researchers at internationally recognised Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne are transforming patients’ lives with groundbreaking research fast-tracked direct from the lab to ...
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A pure water future
Tags: CSIRO | Humanitarian | Innovation | Ocean | Research | Science | Society | Water | Health
CSIRO research scientist Dr Dong Han Seo has made groundbreaking discoveries that could solve the global problem of water scarcity and provide clean drinking water for millions of people around the wo ...
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Putting data into play
Tags: Australia | Innovation | Sport | Start-up | Technology | UK
Catapult has grown from a modest Australian startup into a global leader in athlete analytics. Its technology is powering sports superstars and elite teams around the world, improving performance and ...
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Professor Paulo de Souza with Mars Rover
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Bees with backpacks: micro-sensors help solve global honey bee decline
Tags: Innovation
Discover how Australian scientists are using pioneering tracking technology to save the world’s honey bees and protect global food security.
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