Understanding how the brain works is one of the greatest challenges of modern science. With its incredibly complex structure, encompassing billions of neuronal and other cells, many of the dynamics of the living brain remain to date, uncertain or entirely unknown to medical science.
Between 2002 and 2010 Voice Project worked from the Macquarie Campus. When the company grew too large for Peter’s office they moved into an on-campus incubator.
No notes, no power point slides and a strict three minute time limit – welcome to the Optus Future Makers pitch day.
Modular Photonics, passive fibre-optic technology that significantly increases data transmission capacity
M Squared supplies advanced photonics platforms to researchers around the world and collaborates with Macquarie in order to explore new light-based applications.
Australia’s most difficult and costly biosecurity challenge
Macquarie has been collaborating with Sydney Water for more than two decades on ensuring the Sydney’s clean drinking water.
To make the MEG experience as child-friendly as possible, researchers in the ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders have created the idea of an MEG space adventure.
Winner of the 2016 ANSTO Eureka Prize for Innovative Use of Technology for enabling colour to be used as a uniquely powerful diagnostic tool in medicine.
The first MEG system in the Southern Hemisphere, the world’s first child MEG system and the world’s first MEG brain imaging system for people with hearing devices – the KIT-MQ Brain Research Laboratory is a hub of innovation.