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From improving access to healthcare to improving processed food, we use technology to help people lead healthier lives.
Using software we’ve developed, hospitals can predict how many patients will arrive in emergency, their medical needs and how many will be admitted or discharged.
Primary topic: Digital health
We’ve developed a tool called ‘We Feel’ to see if social media can accurately map our emotions and help us better understand mental health.
Primary topic: Data for decisions
We have developed software that rapidly and accurately provides vital information on cells to aid drug discovery and biological research.
Helping older people live at home for longer is the aim of a low-cost and non-invasive sensor, monitoring and support system we're developing.
Delivering healthcare via telecommunications could open up home monitoring of aged care patients with chronic diseases, improving health outcomes and significantly saving costs.
We’ve developed and trialled an online cardiac rehabilitation program that can improve program completion rates and patient health outcomes.
We’ve developed, and have trialled, new technology to enable remote delivery of specialist eye care to Indigenous and older Australians living in rural and remote areas.
Through the Australian e-Health Research Centre, we are building tools that make managing healthcare records more efficient.
Our favourite everyday processed foods could taste just as good but be healthier in future, thanks to our virtual mouth technology that is revealing the science of chewing.
Primary topic: Food science
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Last updated: Last updated: 1 March 2015
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