The new curriculum covers various aspects including health technology, physics and engineering – offering interdisciplinary training for professionals who are keen to pursue a career in the field of medical physics.
The programme enables students to certify in programming, machine learning and visual analytics through e-learning courses, supported by online communities and webinars.
IDiet Score is designed to help athletes and active individuals monitor their food intake through menu plans devised using Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The Victorian Government announced $1.37 million in funding to create the STEM Centre of Excellence at Science Gallery Melbourne.
The researchers will use the funding to utilise a new form of technology that takes a closer look at single protein molecules.
While the 5G development is currently focusing on Bangkok, by 2025, about 30% of mobile traffic in Thailand will go through 5G network.
The collaboration aims to enhance stem cell research, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine in providing alternatives to contemporary solutions.
LSF, an imaging technique co-developed at HKU, is used palaeontology to make fossil bones and the soft tissues preserved alongside them glow-in-the-dark.
The 3D virtual tour features inspiring designs like a future double-decker compartment for the ageing population, a mobile game for improving intergenerational relationships and a planter solution for sustainable living.
This new funding and expanded focus will allow ARENA to work together with the energy industry, research institutions and other agencies to support low emission technologies across the innovation chain.