Monash University and BiVACOR are leading a consortium of universities, hospitals and industry to develop and commercialise the world's first durable total artificial heart.
The partnership should ensure Australia's hospitals, aged-care and healthcare providers are efficiently equipped to deliver best-in-class care to patients.
The Jamieson Trauma Institute commissioned a team at QUT to visualise the future of trauma care in the film 'The Future Journey of a Trauma Patient'.
Procell has developed a range of premium-quality batteries for use in critical industries such as health care.
University of Adelaide experts have delivered remote sinus surgical training to surgeons in Japan.
With GERMii's UV-C technology integrated into the Whiz vacuum sweeper, facilities managers can take cleaning off their list, and focus their time on other areas.
Researchers are investigating the potential of robotics to modernise the way we monitor antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
Collaborative research aims to create a new generation of microbial therapies that can replace donor-derived faecal microbiota transplantation.
Bionics Queensland is inviting entries to the Bionics Challenge 2021, a Queensland-led competition designed to unleash life-changing bionic discoveries.
Westmead Health Precinct's Central Acute Services Building features cutting-edge, digital imaging-enabled operating theatres and expanded imaging services.
It sounds like something out of a sci-fi movie. Computers scrubbing in on medical procedures? But the future is, in fact, now.
The X2O Collaboration Room is an immersive virtual training environment for global clinical users of the life-saving Organ Care System technology.
Royal Rehab has entered into an agreement with United States robotic company Ekso Bionics to bring advanced exoskeleton technology to Australia.
SentOx is a low-cost oxygen concentrator designed for treating COVID-19 patients in less-developed countries, such as Indonesia, India and South Africa.
Businesses and aged-care facilities in Australia and New Zealand will be able to operate with improved safety, following a collaboration between HPA and US company UV Angel.