RESEARCH THAT WILL HAVE A REAL IMPACT ON THE LIVES OF PEOPLE IN CHINA

RESEARCH THAT WILL HAVE A REAL IMPACT ON THE LIVES OF PEOPLE IN CHINA

The University of Sydney would like to invite you to a breakfast media and investor briefing in Shanghai to showcase new research the University is working on in collaboration with our partners in China.

The research projects featured include:

  • Charles Perkins Centre – The $385 million Charles Perkins Centre is a world-leading initiative that brings together international leaders across a broad spectrum of academic disciplines to find real-world solutions to obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and related conditions.
  • 3D printing of bone material – Joint research with Ninth People’s Hospital in Shanghai. Researchers have developed synthetic materials that can replace damaged bone in the body and encourage normal bone regrowth.The bone scaffolding team is now testing how this material can be printed through a 3D printer to fit any missing bone areas.
  • Injectable cartilage – Joint research with Beijing University of Technology. This research focuses on developing technologies for processing biomaterials, with an emphasis on cartilage and regenerative medicine
  • Nutraceutical products – Researchers are developing ways to fortify food products with vitamins or minerals which will provide health benefits as well as nutritional value, including using abalone blood to treat the herpes virus and extracting anti-cancer antioxidants from orange peels.

FRIDAY 10 OCTOBER
8:30am for a 9:00am start. Event concludes 10:00am
Kerry Hotel, No.1388 Hua Mu Road, Pudong, Shanghai

RSVP
For breakfast catering purposes, please RSVP Sally Sitou sally.sitou@sydney.edu.au

 

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