The Bionics Institute brings together scientists, engineers, and clinicians to develop medical bionic devices and therapies to transform people's lives. Read more
Developing a medical device (Minder™) that can measure brain activity over long periods of time. Read more
We are developing a novel technology to repair hearing loss. Read more
We are working to validate an objective measure of tinnitus. Read more
We are currently seeking individuals over 18 with chronic tinnitus, preferably moderate to severe.
The Bionics Institute is passionate about developing the careers of researchers and engineers of the future.
24.02.2021 - The EarGenie Team collaborates with specialist hearing organisations all over the world who are on a mission to improve the lives of people with hearing loss. Recently, we had the chance to connect with Ann Porter, CEO of Aussie Deaf Kids. She has a remarkable story to tell. . .
The launch of Australia’s first medical device development and manufacturing facility in Melbourne is set to fast-track new treatments for people with diseases such as epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, hearing loss, stroke and diabetes. Read more
Help us to develop a device that will help in the diagnosis of Parkinson's disease. Read more
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