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Oysters in the Wild

17 Dec 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

The coastline to the south of Sydney is a network of pristine waterways surrounded by vast expanses of native forest and national parks. This region is home to scores of oyster farmers who grow some o ...

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GoFar – Helping you drive smarter

10 Dec 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

Danny Adams describes himself as an ‘eco-petrolhead’ and it appears the environment and motorists have much to thank him for. Adams has invented an affordable, user-friendly, driver feedback device na ...

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Peter Harrison - International coral 'sexpert'

4 Dec 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

Coral has been the focus of Professor Peter Harrison’s life for more than 35 years. As reef systems come under increasing environmental pressure around the world, Harrison is racing against the clock ...

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Cullen Wines: A Force of Nature

26 Nov 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

In Western Australia’s Margaret River wine region, one of the founding families of the Australian wine industry has turned to biological farming and carbon neutral energy to make some of the best wine ...

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Bondi Wash: Australian, naturally

19 Nov 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

What began as one mother’s search for a natural washing product to safeguard her family’s health has evolved into a global company specialising in products containing Australian bush oils and extracts ...

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Veena Sahajwalla: Waste Warrior

12 Nov 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

From Mumbai to Australia, scientist and engineer Veena Sahajwalla is revolutionising the way societies use waste, with a world-first invention - 'green steel'.

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Michael Wilkinson: American Superheroes meet Australian Style

5 Nov 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

Sydney-born Michael Wilkinson has conquered Hollywood with his costumes for films including American Hustle, Batman V Superman and Babel. Now he has launched his own company to bridge the gap between ...

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Professor Carolyn McGregor: Using Big Data to save tiny lives

29 Oct 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

Computer scientist Carolyn McGregor has developed a disruptive technology utilising big data, that is set to start a new era in personalised medicine. Her life-saving Artemis IT platform analyses patt ...

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Frank Body: Let's be Frank

22 Oct 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

Melbourne is renowned for its coffee culture but five friends have taken their love of the brew one step further with Frank Body - a range of coffee based skincare products. Since being founded in 201 ...

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Prof. Emma Johnston: Underwater Trailblazer

15 Oct 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

Emma Johnston’s passion and laboratory are Sydney Harbour and the coastal waters and estuaries of Australia’s ‘marine estate’. The multi-award winning scientist and communicator uses her brains, colla ...

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Flirtey: The rise of the drones...

7 Oct 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

When the first legal drone delivery on United States’ soil took place experts hailed it as a ‘Kitty Hawk moment’. This giant leap forward for the commercial drone industry was engineered by a start-up ...

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Strateas.Carlucci

30 Sep 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

After becoming the first Australian label to show at Paris Men’s Fashion Week, Melbourne's Strateas.Carlucci is returning to the City of Light with a womenswear collection designed to take the brand t ...

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Seniors Living: East meets West

25 Sep 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

Brisbane architect David Lane and businessman Choe Lam Tan are exporting Australia’s seniors living model to Asia; blending Australia’s 60 years of experience in the sector with an Asian sensibility t ...

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Flow Hive: Honey on tap

10 Sep 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

A beehive that makes honey available on tap has captured the public’s imagination and set a crowdfunding record by raising more than US$12 million. Father-and-son inventors Stuart and Cedar Anderson, ...

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The Carbon Fibre Revolution : Part Two

3 Sep 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

As the city of Geelong builds a global reputation for carbon fibre technologies, Australian company Carbon Revolution is tackling the problem of how to turn a potentially disruptive technology into a ...

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The Carbon Fibre Revolution : Part One

1 Sep 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

Like many heavy industry-based regional economies, Geelong found its economy collapsing in the face of globalisation. However the city is now set to be the centre of an advanced manufacturing industry ...

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LANDTEM: Making mineral exploration easy

20 Aug 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

LANDTEM, an Australian invention that creates a three-dimensional map of underground ore bodies has uncovered deposits worth A$4 billion in Australia and A$10 billion globally. The technology developm ...

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Cough into my smartphone

14 Aug 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

Drawing on a lifetime of innovative research conducted across several countries, Associate Professor Udantha Abeyratne of the University of Queensland has developed technology capable of diagnosing re ...

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Australia's mosquito men

29 Jul 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

An international team of scientists led by Professor Scott O’Neill of Monash University has developed a natural method to reduce the spread of dengue fever across the tropics. He and fellow Australian ...

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A life-changing business

8 Jul 2015 Australia Unlimited feature

In building his $10 million communications business, Indigenous entrepreneur Michael McLeod has shown drive and determination to break the cycle of dependency into which he had fallen. He has also fou ...

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