3D-printed solutions for patients
Our PhD student Naomi Paxton is the first winner of an award worth up to $35,000 with the goal of innovating the way we 3D print body parts.Read about the award here
Simpler, safer and cheaper keyhole surgery
Professor Ross Crawford and QUT roboticists are developing a new class of medical imaging system for minimally invasive surgeries. Combining the latest in miniature depth camera technology, deep learning algorithms and 3D-ultrasound imaging, the research will solve surgical challenges with affordable, simple devices.
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Practitioners in these fields design everything from surgical devices, prosthetics and artificial organs to systems for medical monitoring, radiation therapy, patient monitoring and diagnosing disease.
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