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Groundprobe wins the 2019 Institution of Engineering technology innovation award for technology transfer

Media Release GroundProbe is celebrating yet again after taking out the Technology Transfer Award at the 2019 Institution of Engineering Technology (IET) Innovation Awards in...

Additional $5m in funding for the Stawell Underground Physics Laboratory (SUPL)

The Victorian Government has announced that it will provide additional $5 million in funding for the continuation of the Stawell Underground Physics Laboratory (SUPL)...

Australian manufacturing industry to reap benefits from new partnership between AMSI, APR. Intern and...

A new platform for Australian universities to complement specialist PhD training with industry experience has been established with the newly reached agreement between the...

Aussie scientists create new 3D bioprinter that offers diabetes cure, marking the beginning of...

Thanks to researchers from the University of Wollongong (UOW), Australians now have access to revolutionary treatment for people with Type 1 Diabetes. UOW scientists have...

CSIRO opens new $100m state-of-the-art research facility near Canberra

CSIRO has officially opened its new $100 million research facility near Canberra that will be focused on finding solutions for some of Australia’s biggest...

Australia’s first 3D bioprinter installed at Murdoch Children’s Research Institute

Federal minister Greg Hunt officially launched Australia’s first ever 3D bioprinter at the Murdoch Children’s  Research Institute (MCRI) last week. The 3D bioprinter was provided...

Aussie scientists 3D print brain-like tissue from stem cells

Scientists from Australia’s University of Wollongong have made amazing strides towards 3Dpnting human organs and tissue for transplantation by successfully 3d printing brain-like tissue...

Queensland SMEs work with Boeing Defence Australia on world-first technology

Eight Queensland small-to-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have been engaged to provide systems engineering support, and to develop and manufacture hardware for Boeing Defence Australia’s hi-tech...

Stanford researchers develop vine-like robot that can grow on demand

Researchers from Stanford University have developed a new type of robot that can cover distance by growing, just like vines, fungi and nerve cells. The...

QUT scientist to battle breast cancer with 3D printing

3D printing never ceases to amaze- from 3D printing parts for aircraft to 3D printing food and all sorts of implants in medicine -...
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