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UTS scientists develop sensors that can revolutionize brain-controlled robotics

Professor Francesca Iacopi, an expert in nano-electronics and materials, and her team at the University of Technology Sydney have developed a biosensor that is...

Bio-inspired sensing technology gives robots a human sense of touch

Media Release A bio-inspired tactile sensor technology created by Sydney-based start-up Contactile equips robotic gripping systems with the sensory advantages of human hands, enabling robots...

$30,000 boost for SA’s photonics industry  

The South Australian Government has announced a $30,000 boost to develop the state as a globally recognised centre for photonics expertise. A recent report composed...

South Australia poised to become global leader in photonics industry

A new report prepared by photonics industry leaders with support from the University of Adelaide’s Institute of Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) tips South...

BAE Systems working on “smart skin” for aircraft

BAE Systems announced last month that its Advanced Technology Centre is working on a “smart skin” for aircraft fuselages that have thousands of micro-sensors...

Big miners “dig” through piles of data to save millions of dollars

The world’s leading mining companies have turned their attention to carefully analysing the masses of data generated from processing plants, drill rigs and trucks,...
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