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Organ on a chip technology to reduce side effects of radiotherapy

Organ on a chip technology to reduce side effects of radiotherapy - Future Industries Institute - University of South Australia

28 March 2019

Organ-on-a-chip technology to reduce side effects of radiotherapy Professor Thierry, from the Future Industries Institute (FII) and the ARC Centre of Excellence in Convergent Bio-Nano Science and Technology (CBNS), is leading an international study using organ-on-a-chip technology to develop 3D...

Helping academics and industry bridge the gap

Helping academics and industry bridge the gap - Future Industries Institute - University of South Australia

28 March 2019

Helping academics and industry bridge the gap Feature article in Dec18/Jan19 AMT Magazine Complementing the University of South Australia’s Future Industries Institute’s research infrastructure, the South Australian node of the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF-SA) specialises in...

How Wounds Heal

How Wounds Heal - Future Industries Institute - University of South Australia

28 March 2019

How wounds heal and why it takes longer as you get older. Why does a child's scraped knee generally heal faster than an adult's? Does the saying “time (usually) heals all wounds” still ring true? Future Industries Institute (FII), Foundation Fellow, Dr Zlatko Kopecki, was recently interviewed on...

ULVAC

ULVAC - Future Industries Institute - University of South Australia

28 March 2019

ULVAC Partnership Building on 10-years of successful research collaboration, ULVAC and the University of South Australia signed a new agreement to establish deeper collaborations across research, infrastructure and education over the coming years.

Car mirror tech collides into art

Car mirror tech collides into art - Future Industries Institute - University of South Australia

28 November 2018

Car mirror tech collides into art Technology pioneered by the Future Industries Institute to replace glass in car mirrors has been combined with the work of LA-based celebrity and entertainment photographer John Tsiavis to create a unique piece of art featured in the National Portrait Gallery’s...

Gut-on-a-chip tech to boost risk management of Australian drinking water

Gut-on-a-chip tech to boost risk management of Australian drinking water - Future Industries Institute - University of South Australia

28 November 2018

Gut-on-a-chip tech to boost risk management of Australian drinking water Australia’s drinking water is heading under the microscope through a major project led by Murdoch University in collaboration with the Future Industries Institute. Dr Mark O’Dea from Murdoch University, Dr Paul Monis and Dr...

"Real Steel" but takes 90% less energy to make

"Real Steel" but takes 90% less energy to make - Future Industries Institute - University of South Australia

28 November 2018

"Real Steel" but takes 90% less energy to make Steel can be made using 90 per cent less energy than in the most common production process, but very few companies are pursuing this more environmentally-friendly method because the science behind it has not been well understood. Associate Research...

FII and Cancer Research

FII and Cancer Research - Future Industries Institute - University of South Australia

28 November 2018

FII and Cancer Research The Future Industries Institute is committed to tackling one of the most challenging diseases “Cancer” and is now involved in one of the largest group of cancer researchers ever assembled in South Australia. With a focus on personalised precision treatments, better...

Leading Flii research flying towards healing chronic wounds

Leading Flii research flying towards healing chronic wounds - Future Industries Institute - University of South Australia

28 November 2018

Leading Flii research flying towards healing chronic wounds The same gene which enables flies to fly could hold the answer to healing chronic wounds. Professor Cowin is developing the world’s first human therapeutic antibody for the cytoskeletal protein Flii also known as ‘Flightless I,’ which...

Nanomaterials and the Environment

Nanomaterials and the Environment - Future Industries Institute - University of South Australia

28 November 2018

Nanomaterials and the Environment As new technologies are developed, new environmental risks can emerge and new types of waste is produced. Professor Enzo Lombi is investigating if manufactured nanomaterials have any effect on the Australian environment and how potential damage can be prevented.

Virtual insights into the future of Australia’s minerals industry

Virtual insights into the future of Australia’s minerals industry - Future Industries Institute - University of South Australia

28 November 2018

Virtual insights into the future of Australia’s minerals industry The Future Industries Institute will develop a new immersive virtual reality (VR) education and outreach program for the Australian minerals industry to help attract the best and brightest to the sector. Project LIVE-MM (Learning...

Hi-tech STEM school inspires new breed of Engineers

Hi-tech STEM school inspires new breed of Engineers - Future Industries Institute - University of South Australia

28 November 2018

Hi-tech STEM school inspires new breed of Engineers A program aimed at inspiring the next generation of micro engineers is beginning to pay off. The Future Industries Institute’s Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF-SA) is one of eight university-based hubs around Australia, which are...