Independent national charity, the Kids' Cancer Project, strives for every dollar raised to go directly to research. It turned to global analytics firm SAS to help maximise fundraising and minimising admin and overhead costs.
A 3-D bio-printing platform known as RASTRUM has been installed at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and will enable scientists to print three-dimensional tissues that mimic the human body, at unprecedented scale and speed.
Cognitive technology — or artificial intelligence — is to be harnessed in the fight against melanomas, one of Australia’s most common cancers.
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