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Class: environment-style
On a mission to clean up spaceTags: Astronomy | Engineering | Europe | Science | Space | Technology | Universe
Professor Craig Smith has been passionate about astronomy and science since he was a child. Now as CEO of EOS Space Systems, he’s helping build giant lasers to prevent space debris from colliding and ...
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Class: science-style
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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Class: technology-style
Delivering the goods
Tags: Australia | Digital | Engineering | Innovation | IT | Start-up | Technology | University
Using artificial intelligence to help online retailers deliver parcels quickly and efficiently, Sydney startup Premonition sees a bright future ahead.
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Class: technology-style
Built to communicate
Tags: Education | Engineering | Entrepreneur | Innovation | IT | Manufacturing | University | Tasmania
Definium Technologies is putting Tasmania on the world stage, collaborating with technology companies and universities to create smart sensors that connect devices cheaply over vast distances, and con ...
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Class: technology-style
Paul Dastoor: In sunshine or in shadow
Tags: Clean Energy | Clean Power | Engineering | Environment | Innovation | Photovolatics
Solar panels as thin as a sheet of transparency plastic. Solar panels printed with electronic inks that conduct electricity. Solar panels that can work anywhere – in sunshine or shadow, on rooftops or ...
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Rose Amal
Class: science-style
Australian power for the future
Tags: Clean Energy | Engineering | Environment | Inspiring Australian Women
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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Marita Cheng
Class: technology-style
Marita Cheng: The Australian roboticist helping blind people see with the click of a button
Tags: Engineering | Inspiring Australian Women | IT | Smartphone Apps
Discover how roboticist Marita Cheng is helping vision-impaired people see the world around them.
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