3D-printed human body parts with lifelike bone, skin and muscle densities are being developed in South Australia as teaching aids for surgical training.
Working with Austin-based PandemicTech and the New Venture Institute at Flinders University, Dr Endalamaw Gadisa has developed a kit to diagnose leishmaniasis.
BOP Industries creates holographic content specially tailored to a client for use at an event or space, also supplying them with projection devices.
The CSIRO has this week launched M2, a new facility that will help emerging medical technology companies and researchers commercialise their ideas.
Applications have opened for the Australia Post Regional Pitchfest, which will give startups across Australia a chance to pitch for a share in $100,000.
Adelaide startup Makers Empire has developed an app and teaching kit that allows kids to create 3D designs which can later be printed.
Startup incubator Pollenizer has partnered with CRDC and FRDC to host Rural.XO microhacks, a series of regional workshops.
Girl Geek Academy has announced the launch of its next SheMakes event, aiming to introduce more women to the concepts of making and wearables.
QUT Creative Enterprise Australia has opened applications for the Creative3 Pitch event to startups seeking early stage funding. The pitch is Australia’s only event that connects creative entrepreneurs with angel investors.
Sydney startup AbilityMate harnesses 3D printing technology to make personalised devices for people with a disability. These devices are open source and disrupt the assistive technology space by removing supply chains
Adelaide 3D software and printing startup Makers Empire has partnered with Minnesota-based company Afinia 3D to sell its products in the North American education market.
3D design, engineering, and entertainment software provider, Autodesk, Inc. today announced its plans to invest up to $100 million into 3D printing startups and researchers over the coming years via its investment arm Spark Investment Fund.
Internationally renowned speaker and business futurist, Morris Miselowski always has his eye on what is happening with new technology around the world. He feels strongly that 3D printing will be a ‘game changer’ and will become commonplace within the next 5 years.