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Biomedical Sciences
Bionic hands that feel
Bionic limbs with sensory feedback developed by UNSW researchers, will provide patients with a more sensitive and enhanced feeling of touch.
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Biomedical Sciences
A wearable sunburn sensor !
A patch for effective UV & sun protection. The "smart" paper-based patch that changes colour in sunlight could provide an affordable tool to help prevent sunburn and deadly skin cancers. This could be the best sunburn prevention ever !
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Biomedical Sciences
Nitric Oxide Regulation of Biofilms
Bacterial biofilms cause industrial fouling, corrosion and severe illnesses such as Eepticaemia, Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus. This discovery will help control and combat biofilms.
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Water, Environment and Sustainability
A Solution to Global Warming and Climate Change
The environmental consequences of greenhouse gas emissions, including carbon dioxide (CO2) as the main component, are now widely recognised as falling somewhere between very significant and catastrophic. UNSW Researchers have found a possible solution !
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Biomedical Sciences
Visible-light cured dental and surgical materials
This invention is a new method to produce safer, non-toxic, more durable resins for the dental and medical professions.
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Next Generation Materials
How HOT is this ? Tribological Testing
Efficiently measuring heat produced during tribological testing. Tribometers have traditionally relied upon estimations of heat generated from friction and wear of different surfaces.
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Biomedical Sciences
3D X-Ray Reconstruction
A method for reconstructing 3D images from an almost standard 2D x-ray setup. The sensor developed by UNSW generates representation of the internal structure using x-ray radiation.
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Next Generation Materials
Precision Plastics
An invention to produce specialised plastics to meet highly sophisticated industry design needs.
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Next Generation Materials
Superior brass fittings and fixtures
A new class easily machinable and formable brasses. Superior physical and mechanical properties. Lighter in weight and 20% cheaper to produce than regular brasses.
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ICT & Robotics
Motion Sensation Helmet
The Motion Sensation Helmet is a new concept in augmented reality where realistic sensations of motion or weightlessness can be realised through a peripheral device.
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Scientia Professor in Nanoelectronics School of Electrical Engineering & Telecommunications, UNSW

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