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Australian business owners are turning immersive tech into a (virtual) reality [VIDEO]

Over the next decade, Virtual and Augmented Reality (AR) technologies will create opportunities for small and medium size businesses to interact with their customers in new immersive ways.

This revolutionary medtech start-up has locked a major deal with a top US hospital

Cedars-Sinai has received a grant award of US $600,000 from the United States National Institutes of Health for the purchase of 4Dx’s new preclinical lung scanner, making Cedars-Sinai the first institution scheduled to purchase this advanced instrument, which can help detect lung diseases in their early stages.

Aussie tech entrepreneurs dominate top 5 at the 2016 APAC Talent Unleashed awards

At an awards event in Melbourne, Richard Earl, Executive Chairman and Founder of Talent, announced the APAC regional winners for the 2016 Talent Unleashed Awards, naming the most talented and disruptive entrepreneurs in the Asia-Pacific Region and demonstrating the strength and diversity of the APAC technology sector.

Australia’s best healthcare minds have come together to help treat strokes better [VIDEO]

Australian health professionals will be empowered to deliver high quality, best practice stroke care thanks to a world-first, new online platform. The Stroke Foundation...

This new free app could seriously cut down one of Australia’s deadliest diseases

Sydney based start-up, mHealth Digital, has launched SunVisor, a mobile app aimed at decreasing the number of skin cancer cases in Australia

This gutsy start-up has set out on a big mission to make allied healthcare...

WellOne, Australia's first discounted healthcare membership recently launched in Melbourne, aiming to make allied healthcare affordable for everyone in Australia.

Here comes yet another ASX reverse takeover as Rision aims to disrupt the recruitment...

Contingent workforce solutions provider, Rision, is seeking a $4 million plus funding boost to accelerate growth of its patented mobile recruitment and HR platform...

Alcidion has raised $1.5 million Series B funding to take its innovative health platform...

Australian health informatics company, Alcidion has raised $1.5 million in Series B funding from Blue Sky Private Equity, Allure Capital and Alcidion co-founders Ray...

This young Aussie expat whose apps were acquired by Twitter and MyFitnessPal has some...

Nick Crocker, who holds Political Science and Law degrees from the University of Queensland, is a young Aussie expat living in San Francisco. He currently...

Meet REND Tech, Anthill 2014 Cool Company WINNER [Social]

In a country as large as Australia, it’s quite hard for health professionals to reach remote patients or for remote health businesses to reach resources to deliver better care to their patients. That’s why REND Tech Associates created Cloud for Health. This solution enables remote health professionals to have access to software, resources and support that’s the same as city based health professionals. No longer can it be said that the Australian medical professions suffers from the ‘tyranny of distance’. REND Tech is helping doctors save lives in remote areas, and that’s cool.

Healthcare problem you say? Call the McGyver-style hackers to the rescue!

Never before in Australia, has a problem previously exclusive to a selected few scientists, been opened up to a wider audience. This is what happened at Biohackathon.

Meet Safe Sleep Space, Anthill 2012 Cool Company Award Finalist [Micro Business Category]

Safe Sleep Space is company engaged in the noble cause of helping families get a good night's sleep – by helping babies sleep better. Since most parents will tell you that sleep can be a rarity up until one year of age, Safe Sleep Space is providing one heck of a service. (Believe me, I'm a father of two!)

Meet CQ Nurse, Anthill 2012 Cool Company Award Finalist [X-Factor Category]

CQ Nurse was borne out of the idea of filling deficits in remote, rural, and regional nursing facilities across Australia. Since its initial launch in 2002, the company has met with that goal and expanded into the areas of workplace health, immunisation, community, and in-home care. Other offerings from CQ Nurse include online education, both free and paid, aimed at community and workplace wellness.

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