The University of Sydney’s Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials Research Unit and the Australian Research Centre for Innovative BioEngineering have developed a hypersensitive nano-sensor to detect harmful ‘free’ iron disorders.
An article published on AOA ( Australian Orthopaedic Association) Bulletin Volume 42 No 2, Winter 2020
Title: Australian centre boosting biomedical engineering research
and development for mus culoskeletal conditions
Author: Professor Hala Zreiqat
Featured article on CREATE magazine.
Repairing skeletal damage could come with the press of a printer button, if Hala Zreiqat can realise the potential of her biomedical innovations.
Visionary biomaterials and tissue engineer Hala Zreiqat has invented the world’s first 3D-printed porous synthetic bone that mimics bone mechanical strength and promotes new bone growth. But her dreams of medical revolution don’t stop there.
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Level 4, J07
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
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Darlington NSW 2008