Thursday, 07 August 2014 19:12

Robotic ulcers

 In an exciting collaboration with Vitramed Mechatronics, students help to design Robots to assist with stomach ulcer detection.

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Thursday, 07 August 2014 19:02

Thicker than water

 

Many life saving therapies come from proteins and factors extracted from human blood but are currently costly and time consuming to produce. Two students of The Future Project are working with Prime Biologics in a quest to make these more readily available.

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Thursday, 07 August 2014 14:11

Biofuel from waste

 

Biofuel will form an important step in the path to a lower carbon future. Pioneering research by the University of Sydney Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies in collaboration with The Future Project is refining the way we can derive ethanol from waste materials. 

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Future Project collaborator Vitramed Bioscience, are providing students with a chance to work on generating new knowledge to assist patients with digestive diseases. 

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