Blockchain — distributed ledger technology — is on the cusp of disrupting the world as much as the fledgling Internet did in the 90s, only faster.
Scientists at CSIRO's Data61 unit are working on a software tool that could help in faster detection of angiogenesis — the development of new blood vessels — which is known to precede the growth of cancers.
The CSIRO Data61’s job matching service Ribit, the NSW government and the Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA) are staging an event which sees more than 120 of Australia’s brightest students, leading medical technology start-ups and companies get together for some “unique speed-networking” to uncover and inject the next wave of talent into the ‘MedTech’ sector.
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Just sell the whole thing to Telstra already. It can't get any worse.
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