Speed up research into a new hearing test that gives children the best chance to hear and learn to speak. Read more
Australia’s first medical device development and manufacturing facility at The Bionics Institute is set to fast-track new treatments. Read more
Is your child under 24 months? We're seeking babies with and without hearing loss to participate in research. Read more
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Do you or someone you know experience chronic tinnitus? The Bionics Institute is seeking people over 18 with chronic tinnitus to take part in a research study to develop an objective measure of tinnitus.
The Bionics Institute provides opportunities for both short term student research projects and internships, as well as major graduate research projects for PhD and MSc degrees.
Bionics Institute PhD student Elise Ajay has won a national science communication competition with a video pitch on her research into improving the cochlear implant. Read more
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