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Class: science-style
Close to the bone: 3D printed implantsTags: 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: design-style
Health by design: Wearable tech
Tags: Australia | Award | Creative Innovation | Design | Education | Innovation | Inspiring Australian Women | Medicine | Melbourne | Technology | University | medical devices | diagnostic devices | Health
Designer Leah Heiss is destigmatising medical devices by using cutting-edge technology to create beautiful, high-performing ‘wearables’. These include a world-first rechargeable hearing aid inspired b ...
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Class: society-style
Navigating the AI revolution
Tags: University | Creative Innovation | Digital Influencer | Education | Innovation | Inspiring Australian Women | Technology | University | Social Change
An Australian cultural anthropologist is helping the world find its way in the new era of artificial intelligence (AI).
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Lynette Wallworth, film screening of Coral
Class: culture-style
Brave new (virtual) world
Tags: Art | Artist | Australia | Digital | Documentary Maker | Film | Indigenous | Innovation | Inspiring Australian Women | IT | Photography | Technology | Visual Effects | New narratives
Artist Lynette Wallworth uses emerging technologies to tell intricate stories that resonate on the international stage.
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Desert Knowledge Precinct
Class: business-style
Sparks in the Desert
Tags: Inspiring Australian Women
Nestled deep in Australia’s Red Centre, the Desert Knowledge Precinct is home to innovative organisations and initiatives that create opportunities for desert communities. These include the Intyalheme ...
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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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The original AgriTech team: Eduardo Santos de Paula, Ben Reid, Emma Weston, Bob McKay, Eric Hartono at Sydney's leading Fintech innovation hub Stone and Chalk.
Class: business-style
Grain gain: groundbreaking technology helps farmers
Tags: Inspiring Australian Women
Emma Weston is passionate about ensuring wheat farmers get paid fast and fairly. Her company, AgriDigital, is revolutionising the agriculture industry after conducting the world’s first live settlemen ...
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Class: business-style
Using the Internet of Things to increase global food production
Tags: AgIdeas | Agriculture | Environment | Innovation | Inspiring Australian Women
The United Nations has declared a need for new ideas if we are to feed the world by 2050. Australian entrepreneur Ros Harvey is using the Internet of Things and innovative technology to help agribusin ...
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Professor Helen Christensen from the Black Dog Institute. Credit: UNSW
Class: technology-style
Social media: the new frontier in mental health
Tags: Inspiring Australian Women
More than 300 million people around the world suffer depression and mental illness is rising. Australian researcher Helen Christensen’s world-leading research looks at how digital and online technolog ...
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