Melbourne scientists are trialling a new stem cell treatment for arthritis that could improve quality of life of those suffering from the disorder.
Melbourne's leading minds at the Florey Institute partner with Global Kinetics Corporation to develop a world first piece of tech.
Melbourne is fast building a reputation as a world-leading medical technology hub.
Australian scientists are researching how population dynamics can be mapped to better understand and prevent the spread of communicable diseases.
A Melbourne 3D printing research unit has been helping to change the face of biomedical science through its manufacture of prosthetic limbs.
Melbourne’s world-leading medical technology sector is breaking new ground in the treatment of paralysis.
A group of researchers based in Melbourne, Australia, are leading the world in developing the bionic limbs of the future.
Melbourne-based health tech startup, Curve, is developing new technology to improve the lives of people all over the world.
A Melbourne research project is set to change the lives of people suffering from paralysis—all thanks to a device the size of a paper clip.
Victorian researchers have shed light on one of the major causes of breast cancer and opened the door to developing effective prevention strategies.
In Victoria, smart thinking and a culture of creativity inspired Alzheimer’s Australia Vic to challenge the reality of the disease – virtually.
Smart partnerships are ensuring that innovative Victorian medtech now extends to over 39 international markets.
Medical innovations made possible by local collaboration networks are set to take the US by storm.
Hepatitis C could become a disease of the past with the Burnet Institute’s smart diagnostics and innovative vaccines.
Victorian biomedical scientists have published evidence suggesting that a particular antibody could be used to activate a cancer-killing protein.
With ageing populations becoming a global trend, the challenge to deliver high quality and cost-effective healthcare is a significant challenge.