Monash BDI’s ARC DP20 success contributes to university leading Go8
Congratulations to the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) researchers who are involved in the 11 projects that received funding through the 2019 Australian Research Council’s (ARC) Discovery Projects Scheme (DP20).
International visit to strengthen neuroscience techniques
Members of the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute’s (BDI) Neuroscience Program recently hosted a visit from Professor Frank Bremmer from Philipps University of Marburg, Germany.
Cortical frontiers: Commercialising brain-machine interfaces
Ground-breaking technology that interfaces computers to the brain, for bionic vision and movement restoration, is one of two major research projects at Monash that will progress into a critical new stage of commercial development.
Monash at the frontier of health innovation
An innovative public health program against mosquito-borne diseases and groundbreaking technology that interfaces computers to the brain, for bionic vision, are two major research projects that will progress into critical new stages.
Delegation visit fosters collaboration between researchers
The Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) recently welcomed a visit from a team of researchers from Dr Markus Siegel’s lab from Tübingen University, Germany.
Agent of Change - Arthur Lowery
From darkness to bionic vision, find out how Professor Arthur Lowery is changing lives as a Monash University agent of change.
$10 million in funding awarded to 11 projects to boost health innovations in Australia
MTPConnect – the Medical Technology, Biotechnology, and Pharmaceutical (MTP) Industry Growth Centre – and the Minister for Health, the Hon Greg Hunt MP, yesterday announced the first 11 recipients of $10 million investment.
New bionic eyes beam pictures right into your brain
Australian researchers from Monash University are developing new "bionic eyes" that don't rely on the organic ocular system to restore sight to the blind.