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- 1. Australian medical device hailed as "life changing" - News Articles
University of Queensland (UQ) start-up, ImpediMed Limited received a “Life Changing" technology award at the 2012 Biocom Medical Device & Diagnostics Expo in California, USA.
- Last modified 18 Jul 2012
- 2. Government allocates millions for world-class research - News Articles
The Australian Government has announced funding for three new Cooperative Research Centres (CRCs) focused on cell therapy, autism, eye care in remote communities and workplace safety.
- Last modified 26 Feb 2013
- 3. Creating environmentally friendly steel with old tyres - News Articles
Old tyres and used plastic drink bottles might be rubbish to some people but to
Professor Veena Sahajwalla, Director of the Centre for Sustainable Materials Research and Technology (SMaRT) at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), they are a valuable resource.
- Last modified 7 Feb 2013
- 4. Australian graduates score jobs despite global downturn - News Articles
Results from the annual Australian Graduate Survey (AGS1) reveal that around 76% of new bachelor degree graduates available for full-time employment secured a job within four months of completing their studies.
- Last modified 3 Jan 2013
- 5. Award assists Australia's best female students to take their research global - News Articles
A Queensland University of Technology researcher developing a new clinical therapy for patients suffering from painful eye disorders has received the inaugural Prime Minister’s Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Award.
- Last modified 28 Dec 2012
- 6. Astronomer wins nation’s most prestigious science prize - News Articles
Professor Ken Freeman, an astronomer at the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics in the ANU College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, has been awarded the 2012 Prime Minister’s Prize for Science.
- Last modified 16 Nov 2012
- 7. Groundbreaking telescope launched in Australia - News Articles
The Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP), the world's fastest radio telescope and one of the most powerful radio-astronomy instruments on the planet, has started scanning the skies.
- Last modified 16 Oct 2012
- 8. Adelaide’s ‘frozen zoo’ joins global tissue bank - News Articles
The South Australian Museum’s Australian Biological Tissue Collection, an extraordinary 123,500 samples of animals, fish, birds and plants housed in 14 giant freezers in Adelaide, is to become part of The Global Genome Biodiversity Network (GGBN).
- Last modified 4 Sep 2012
- 9. ANU researcher has sights on Mars - News Articles
ANU academic Dr Penny King is part of the NASA team looking for signs of life on Mars.
- Last modified 29 Aug 2012
- 10. Industry and research link up to shape the future - News Articles
Researchers, industries, communities and governments join forces to solve some of the key challenges in medicine, the environment and the economy through the government funded Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Projects scheme.
- Last modified 6 Jul 2012
- 11. NSW International Student of the Year - News Articles
TAFE NSW – Hunter Institute graduate, Berias Masseque, has been named the 2012 NSW International Student of the Year in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) category.
- Last modified 30 Apr 2012