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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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Sire purchase: Australia’s champion bulls
Tags: Agriculture | Australia | China | Europe | Science | Technology | premium produce | Beef
The biggest supplier of bovine genetics in the country, Genetics Australia, is finding new markets in Latin America and China, as rapidly escalating demand for dairy and beef sees farmers grow their h ...
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Professor Dayong Jin
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Dayong Jin: Harnessing light for a healthcare revolution
From portable diagnostic tools that will allow people to monitor their health in real time, to nanoparticles that can detect and shine a light on at-risk cells before they become cancerous, Professor ...
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Rose Amal
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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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Ben Buchler from ANU
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Light-stopping technology key breakthrough for quantum computing
In their quest to develop an optical quantum computer, physicists at the Australian National University have brought light to a standstill inside a cloud of ultra-cold atoms, an important prerequisite ...
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Michelle Simmons in lab at the University of New South Wales. Credit: CQC2T
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Australia leading the global quantum race
Tags: Inspiring Australian Women
A pioneer in the fabrication of single-atom electronic devices, physicist Michelle Simmons has turned Australia into a global powerhouse in the international race to develop a viable quantum computer. ...
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CSIRO's Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) radio telescope at the Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory in Western Australia. Photo credit: CSIRO
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Exploring the origins of the universe
Tags: Astrophysics | Innovation
Discover how the world’s largest radio telescope will help scientists explore the origins of the universe.
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Expat Entrepreneur blasts off
From country New South Wales to low-earth orbit, Chris Boshuizen’s fascination with space has launched him on a professional journey of creative discovery. Now based in California, the award-winning p ...
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Dr Vikram Khurana
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Battling baffling brain disease
Using yeast, stem cells and his impressive brain power, clinician and neuroscientist Vikram Khurana is tracking down the causes of – and treatments for - debilitating brain disorders like Alzheimer’s ...
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