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    Queensland
    breakthrough, university research
    The experimental rocket, called HiFiRE 5B, hit targeted speeds of Mach 7.5 (9,200kmph). Photo credit: The University of Queensland
    Travelling from Sydney to London in less than two hours is no longer a farfetched concept following a successful hypersonic test flight conducted by an international team, including University of Queensland researchers and students.Researchers from UQ, Defence Science and Technology Group, the US...
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    New South Wales
    breakthrough, university research
    Stem cell therapies capable of regenerating damaged human tissue could be available within a few years thanks to a breakthrough by UNSW researchers.The repair system that the researchers have developed is similar to the method used by salamanders to regenerate limbs – and it could be used to repair...
  • News
    breakthrough, university research
    A JCU researcher has developed a revolutionary medical app that can analyse a child’s breathing and detect the signs of pneumonia.  Dr Insu Song is a senior lecturer in IT at JCU’s Singapore campus and is now seeking venture capital funding to promote the app.Dr Song’s app records the patient...
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    New South Wales
    breakthrough, university research, veterinary science, world first
    Tony and Michele Leeder-Smith with Timmy. Photo credit: The University of Sydney
    The breakthrough treatment given to Timmy the cocker spaniel, could offer real hope for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease in humans. Scientists at the University of Sydney used stem cell therapy to treat 13-year old Timmy, who suffers from canine cognitive dysfunction (CCD), a form of dementia...
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    Victoria
    breakthrough, university research
    3D printed anatomy. Photo credit: Monash University
    A unique kit of 3D printed anatomical body parts has been developed by Monash University scientists and is now available for medical students to use worldwide.For centuries, medical students have used preserved cadavers to learn anatomy as part of their preparation for dealing with patients, but...
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