MDRI members Laura Diment and David Hobbs feature in the Science Meets Business, Designing the future feature this month.
Article by Breana Macpherson-Rice (available at http://sciencemeetsbusiness.com.au/designing-the-future/)
Two researchers from Flinders University have a vision to make the world a better place, and are using STEM smarts and industry collaboration to make it a reality.
Laura Diment and David Hobbs are both former students and now staff at the new Flinders University campus at Tonsley, a world-class facility that brings multiple disciplines of STEM research together with industry. Diment and Hobbs began their Biomedical Engineering studies within the School of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics (CSEM), and have each received international acclaim for developing assistive technologies that enable children with disabilities to make the most out of the creative potential of modern software.
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