[ASC-list] ‘Bionic Spine’ scientist to speak at Science at the Shine Dome
Bella.Counihan at science.org.au
Mon Feb 29 02:59:38 UTC 2016
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‘Bionic Spine’ scientist to speak at Science at the Shine Dome
A biomedical engineer working on the ground-breaking development of a ‘bionic spine’ will give the keynote address at this year’s Science at the Shine Dome symposium Human PLUS (May 26, Canberra).
Dr Nick Opie will speak at the symposium which explores how science is blurring the lines between humans and machines, with everything from bionics to printed organs.
Come listen to Dr Opie and other leading scientists working on the latest advancements in this area. Highlight talks include:
* 3D printing parts for bodies, Professor Gordon Wallace (University of Wollongong)
* Artificial hearing aids and brain plasticity, Professor Rob Shephard (Bionics Institute)
* Developing artificial hearts, Professor John Fraser (Prince Charles Hospital)
Register now<http://newsletter.nova.org.au/t/i-l-ddttdtt-kdlibiir-y/> for the symposium or join us for the full three days of Science at the Shine Dome and hear from Australia’s highest-achieving scientists. Science at the Shine Dome features more than 40 outstanding scientists from around Australia – and special international guests – in a fast-paced smorgasbord of new knowledge from across the scientific spectrum. Read the full program<http://newsletter.nova.org.au/t/i-l-ddttdtt-kdlibiir-j/>.
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