Thursday, 05 November 2015 14:49

2015 Journal of The Future Project

An incredible testament to all the work done this year, this journal captures another fantastic year in The Future Project. 

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Thursday, 26 February 2015 14:49

2015 Projects getting under way

The new crop of senior interns have started with our scientists and engineers. We are delighted to have students from 3 different schools participating.

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Your immune system is your body's internal army to fight against disease. Sadly, in some people their immune system can turn against itself and start attacking them. These are called autoimmune diseases and can be very difficult to treat.

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Friday, 08 May 2015 12:06

Life saving proteins for all people

Our project's aim is to provide lifesaving treatments at a price that more people can afford  -even those living in developing nations.

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Friday, 08 May 2015 12:36

Repairing cartilage using polymers


80% of people over the age of 60 are negatively influenced by cartilage disease in Australia every year. At present, the solutions to repair cartilage disease involve invasive open surgery that is painful, costly and can be dangerous. Our project was to tune the properties of a useful and safe polymer to ensure it best promotes cartilage regeneration.

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Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel disease that can cause intense abdominal pain and diarrhoea. Our project is to test the survival in the gut of a probiotic microorganism that may bring relief to sufferers.

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Our project is aimed at helping the hundreds of thousands of people across the world who suffer from Crohn's disease by understanding how the microbes in our gut interact and using this knowledge to develop a treatment.

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Friday, 08 May 2015 12:32

Wound dressing that promotes healing

The development of an improved diabetic wound dressing is crucial to the improvement of health in diabetics. 1 in 3 Australians suffer from diabetes and last year over 4000 people died from diabetic wounds that were too inflamed and infected to close over.

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