A visionary performance artist who has designed her own prosthetic limbs will visit Australia for the first time this weekend to share her approach to the body as art courtesy of QUT and the World Science Festival Brisbane (WSFB).
Burns treatment, virtual reality, fashion & growing new human tissue - Hospitals of the Future conference
The promise of no more boring, anxious stints in waiting rooms for patients is just one aspect of the hospitals of the future covered in the inaugural Herston Biofabrication Institute Conference tomorrow.
Pioneer of salivary diagnosis research, QUT Associate Professor Chamindie Punyadeera, and inventor of the Field Micro Screw and QUT PhD researcher Dr Chris Jeffery will join the panel Celebrating Queensland Invention, chaired by Professor Ian Frazer, at the World Science Festival Brisbane on 21 March.
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