The Age has profiled Bionic Vision Australia’s development of man-made diamonds for the bionic eye.
A new multi-disciplinary research centre has been launched to tackle some of the great challenges in the neurosciences and increase our understanding of the human brain and how it works.
On Friday 17 June, Prime Minister Julia Gillard launched the Bionics Institute, a strong partner of Bionic Vision Australia.
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The Melbourne School of Engineering is a key partner of Bionic Vision Australia, a national consortium of researchers, who are developing bionic eye technology to assist in restoring lost vision to people with retinitis pigmentosa and age-related macular degeneration.
Channel 10’s children’s science show, Scope, has recorded segments featuring the carbon research of academics in the Melbourne School of Engineering.
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Bionic Vision Australia (BVA) has marked its first year of operation by developing a breakthrough microchip for the wide-view bionic eye.