The prototype, named Ena, uses an electroencephalogram (EEG) system to read a rider's electrical brain activity through an EEG cap to determine when there are changes to a rider's peripheral awareness. Signals that are detected via the cap feeds into a small computer that converts these signals into instructions for the bike's engine. … [Read more...] about IBM, Monash and Southampton Uni develop mind-reading ebike to save lives
Mr Geoff Wells, Urologist, Box Hill Hospital, Private Practice.Mr Bob Millar, Transplant Surgeon, Royal Melbourne HospitalMr Jon Bare, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Monash Hospital, Private Practice.Professor Nathan Grills, Public Health Physician, University of Melbourne.Professor John Murtagh, Emeritus Professor AO Academic General PractitionerProfessor Haydn Walters, Respiratory Medicine, University of Tasmania.Professor Kuruvilla George, Psychiatrist,Mr Peter Denton, General SurgeonMr William Edwards, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Private Practice.Dr Andrew Taylor, Gastroenterologist, St Vincent’s HospitalMr Michael Knight, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Private Practice.Dr John Mathai, Psychiatrist,Dr Eamonn Mathieson, Anaesthetist, Private Practice. … [Read more...] about Doctors pen desperate open letter to Dan Andrews pleading with him NOT to extend State of Emergency because it’s putting Victorians’ health at risk
Professor Richard Eccleston, the Director of the Institute for the Study of Social Change at the University of Tasmania, said that similar to the soon-to-be replaced Victorian regime, Tasmania's House of Assembly elections were not subject to state-specific donation disclosure laws, leaving it reliant on federal laws, which apply to federally registered parties. … [Read more...] about Fact check: Does Tasmania have the weakest political donation laws in the nation?
Neil H. Buchanan is an economist and legal scholar, a professor of law at George Washington University and a senior fellow at the Taxation Law and Policy Research Institute, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. He teaches tax law, tax policy, contracts, and law and economics. His research addresses the long-term tax and spending patterns of the federal government, focusing on budget deficits, the national debt, health care costs and Social Security. … [Read more...] about The ‘Crisis’ In Social Security and Other Nonsense
And the benefit of the experiment could be three-pronged as it would target three major killer diseases transmitted by the Aedes species, namely dengue, zika disease and chikungunya, he said. The VCRC has developed and maintains at its insectaria colonies of two strains of aegypti carrying Wolbachia — wMel Aedes aegypti (Pud) and wAlbB Aedes aegypti (Pud). … [Read more...] about VCRC working on cross-breeding of mosquitoes to curb dengue