Australia's national science agency, the CSIRO, has found that cells from the human airway which are grown in a laboratory can be reliably used to study respiratory viruses such as the coronavirus that is causing the ongoing pandemic.
Federally-funded not-for-profit AustCyber has announced the final four projects that will be financially supported by its $15 million fund intended to help the Australian cyber security industry.
Sydney based startup and spinout from the CSIRO, Coviu, is providing its telehealth technology to the government-funded video consulting platform Healthdirect Australia to help GP's transition to a business model that incorporates increased demand for telehealth.
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