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Class: technology-style
Plant technology about to go viralTags: 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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Class: technology-style
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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Class: technology-style
From space beer and satellites to self-driving cars
With inventions that led him to NASA and Toyota via the world’s first space beer, Dr Alex Green is proof of one thing – the future of Australian innovation sits centre on the world stage.
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Class: technology-style
Hacking Tech To Bring Healthcare To The World
Australian scientist David Putrino mixes physiotherapy, neuroscience and technology to develop low-cost healthcare solutions that are easily accessible for under-served people around the world. He has ...
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Class: technology-style
Safe, simple and needle-free vaccinations
Smaller than a postage stamp and covered in vaccine-coated microscopic projections, the Nanopatch promises to save the lives of millions of people worldwide by giving them access to safe, effective an ...
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Dr Paddy Neumann works on the Neumann Drive.  Credit Neumann Industries.
Class: technology-style
Paddy Neumann: Rocket man
Australian rocket scientist Dr Paddy Neumann has invented technology that could revolutionise space travel: his rocket drive recycles space junk for fuel and is set to be tested on the International S ...
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Daniel Timms. Credit: BiVACOR Inc/Texas Heart Institute.
Class: technology-style
The artificial heart that could replace transplants
Daniel Timms spent his childhood learning the mechanics of plumbing from his father. Today he is using that knowledge to create a ground-breaking artificial heart device with the potential to prolong ...
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Tim Edwards, Chief Technology Officer, Seeing Machines
Class: technology-style
Seeing Machines making driving safer
Australian company Seeing Machines uses eye tracking technology to detect when a driver is drowsy or distracted, saving lives on the road, in mines and on railways. From 2017 its driver safety systems ...
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Professor Paulo de Souza with Mars Rover
Class: technology-style
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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