The Bionics Institute brings together scientists, engineers, and clinicians to develop medical bionic devices and therapies to transform people's lives. 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
Modulating sensory and motor pathways to the bladder. 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.
23.12.2020 - When you shine a torch to your hand, your fingers glow red. Amazingly, that same principle underlies the technology in EarGenie, and we thought you’d like to know about it.
10 December 2020 Read more
Help us to develop a device that will help in the diagnosis of Parkinson's disease. Read more
Interested to know more about our EarGenie technology? Read the second blog from our EarGenie team to find out more
RT @AAMRI_Aus: #AAMRI2020 and @AIPS are proud to announce Nicolas Sinclair @BionicsInst as the winner of this year's @CSL Florey N… https://t.co/PFnZgjdUFP
Well done Nick! https://t.co/rhkJwTkqVg