Once-futuristic bionic devices are now a reality, but UNSW expert Dr Michael Stevens says we’re not yet living in a world as portrayed in films and on TV.
UNSW Professor Ewa Goldys leads research that uses CRISPR technology to more quickly and easily identify potentially fatal Cryptosporidium microorganisms.
UNSW professor Melissa Knothe Tate has international patents in orthopaedics, reconstructive surgery, and advanced materials and manufacturing engineering.
UNSW Sydney engineers have led the way to ensure oral medicines targeting specific diseases or parts of the body are protected from the acidic conditions of the stomach.
After 40 years at the frontier of the medical devices industry, former Cochlear chief and new PLuS Alliance Professor Chris Roberts has built a career on being one step ahead of the curve.
It’s the perennial question of romantics and cardiologists alike – how do you mend a broken heart?
Biomedical engineer Melissa Knothe Tate is harnessing the ancient art of the loom to push the boundaries of regenerative medicine.
Bionic eye technology developed at UNSW is giving Sydney a glimpse of the future in an exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum.
A working bionic eye could be an Australian world first by 2020 if action is taken quickly, leading researchers at the University of New South Wales say.