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Researchers create recipe for 3D printing new bones

The need for replacement bones is enormous – an estimated 200,000 people need replacement implants due to surgery, trauma or birth defects. In an effort...

Australia conducts world-first trial testing of the performance and impact of wave energy farms...

A world-first trial testing of the performance and impact of wave energy farms at model scale was conducted yesterday at the Australian Maritime College (AMC). AMC,...

Boeing unveils revolutionary autonomous submarine that can operate on its own for months

Ever since the 1960’s Boeing has been developing underwater vehicles; last week the company unveiled a new type of autonomous submarine that can operate...

Aussie scientists develop stretchable nano-devices for future manufacturing of “smart” contact lenses

Scientists from the University of Adelaide and RMIT have developed a new technology that could be the basis for making “smart” contact lenses in...

More CSIRO jobs on the chopping block

Researchers at CSIRO have been informed that they might lose their jobs as a result of a two year organisational restructure that is set...

Pyjamas and doonas could be tailored to our sleeping patterns to give us a...

Researchers from RMIT’s Centre for Advanced Materials and Performance Textiles are trying to find new approaches to improve sleep by developing ways to design...

Bristol University scientists develop new form of 3D printing

A team of scientists from Bristol University have developed a new process of 3D printing that involves using ultrasonic waves to position millions of...

This 3D printed “Drinkable Book” will save lives (VIDEO)

According to the World Health Organisation, over 3 million people die each year as a result of health problems caused by unsanitary water. That...

New graphene material set to revolutionise manufacturing

Graphene – the wonder material of the 21st century – has the potential to transform a whole myriad of industries, from renewable energy to...

PACIA and CSIRO welcome Australia’s new Chief Scientist 

Dr Alan Finkel, the President of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) and former Chancellor of Monash University, has been appointed Australia’s...
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