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Tucked away in a small room in UNSW’s Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering sits a 19th century–era weaver’s wooden loom. Operated by punch cards and hooks, the machine was the first rudimentary computer when it was unveiled in 1801.
Our very own Vicki Tatarinoff has been awarded a scholarship from (ANLAA) the Australian and New Zealand Laboratory Animal Association to travel and attend the annual conference of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science in Phoenix... read more
Martin Impelido has big plans for when he graduates as a biomedical engineer. "My plan is to restore 100% mobility to lower limb amputees of all ages. I want people to feel like their prosthesis is their own flesh and blood" he says.