The first neuromorphic devices to reach space are a technology test case. They will record ‘space lightning’.
A Western Sydney University researcher is investigating the neuroscience underpinning consciousness.
Biologically-inspired cameras can track satellites that even the best optical telescope cannot, thanks to Western Sydney University’s revolutionary, world-first approach to space imaging.
The connection between mothers and babies may provide important clues for early identification of dyslexia.
Technology developed by Western researchers can extend the viability of brain slices up to 36 hours.
A new tool can assess communication skills in young Indigenous children in the languages they speak at home.
Electronic gloves help transfer knowledge from master surgeons to students.
Going gaa-gaa over babies has evolutionary roots, and may help infants to develop the power of speech.
Tackling the condition of sleep apnoea could be as simple as slipping on a T-shirt developed by Western Sydney University researchers.
Taking a community-based approach to early childhood language promotes children’s communication and identifies hearing problems.