NICTA, Australia's ICT Research Centre of Excellence, is establishing a bioelectronics laboratory in Melbourne. Its first project will be to develop the electronics needed for the 'bionic eye' retinal implant.
A market research firm is tipping a market of two million 60GHz short range wireless chipsets by 2015. Meanwhile NICTA is still confident of commercialising its 60GHz technology and says the market will be much bigger.
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