Prof Gordon Wallace and A/Prof Jeremy Crook feature on ABC’s Catalyst program

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October 26, 2018
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Sam Findlay
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ABC aired the latest episode of their series Catalyst this week, titled ‘Bionic Revolution’. The episode features ACES researchers Prof Gordon Wallace and A/Prof Jeremy Crook, who share some of the ground-breaking research and work being conducted by our team.

 

 

In the episode, Dr Nikki Stamp visits ACES headquarters in Wollongong to meet the team and take a closer look at the 3D printing capabilities and devices being developed, including the Biopen and the iFix Pen, and see first-hand our research into cell regeneration.

 

Catalyst is a series by ABC that explores science in Australia and around the world, presenting how it affects our lives. Also discussed throughout the episode is robotic hands – a fascinating area where technology and bionics are taking great leaps forward.

 

Watch the full Bionic Revolution episode of Catalyst below or via ABC iview.

 

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