Microbiome test provides insights into microorganisms living in your gut

Microba Insight™ is the most comprehensive gut microbiome analysis available in Australia, providing a personalised report of the microorganisms living in your gut microbiome. The detailed report provides a picture of species present, and explains the potential of the gut microbiome to perform different functions. There are also whole food suggestions to encourage the growth of beneficial bacteria and a complementary 15-minute consultation with a microbiome coach who can help explain the report and suggest next steps in improving overall health and wellbeing. https://bit.ly/313hFM9

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A breath biopsy to detect cancer early

A breath biopsy to detect cancer early

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A “no jab no school” policy

Researchers in Italy have said a “no jab no school” policy should be introduced after finding that current immunisation rates will not keep measles outbreaks at bay. Italy brought in mandatory vaccination before primary school in 2017 because of low immunisation rates and measles outbreaks. France did the same in 2018. In their paper, published in the journal BMC Medicine, the rearearchers say that vaccine rates in Australia, Ireland, Italy, the UK and the US could drop to levels where measles outbreaks will happen. Coverage needs to be 95% to prevent outbreaks. www.theguardian.com/society/2019/may/17/uk-should-consider-no-jab-no-school-policy-italian-study-says

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A new way to consume calcium

SeaNu is a new calcium rich source of food to tackle the problem of people not eating dairy. Their goal is develop a multi-mineral non-dairy drink which supplies high levels of calcium, magnesium and other beneficial micronutrients. The drink is made from seaweed and lobster shells – a waste product in the lobster processing industry. SeaNu has been supported by the ON Accelerate program at CSIRO. http://www.oninnovation.com.au/en/ON-teams/ON-Tribe/Accelerate3/SeaNU

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Brain Decoder that Turns Brain Signals into Speech

Brain decoder is a new UCSF-developed tool that can convert brain signals into a computer simulation of the vocal tract. The electrodes are implanted into the brain of volunteers and then decoded signals in cerebral speech centres to guide a computer-simulated version of their vocal tract – lips, jaw, tongue and larynx – to generate speech through a synthesiser. https://eandt.theiet.org/content/articles/2019/04/scientists-develop-brain-decoder-that-turns-brain-signals-into-speech/

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Identifying counterfeit drugs

RxAll, a Nigerian startup, has developed a portable drug authenticator that determines the authenticity of medications. It is a potentially powerful tool in the fight against the counterfeit drug market which is a multibillion-dollar industry that puts lives at risk. RxAll allows anyone to test the quality of a drug by using a portable nanoscanner and mobile app. The proprietary machine learning algorithm reads the scan from the scanner, identifies the drug, assesses its quality and lets the user know whether the drug is real or counterfeit, in about 20 seconds. www.rxall.net

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An effective treatment for skin cancer in animals

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in horses and accounts for a third of the total cancers in dogs and cats. RedVet has come up with a solution to treat skin cancer in animals. They use radiation technology proven for use on humans, and apply it to skin cancers on horses, cats and dogs. RadVet has been supported by the ON Accelerate program at CSIRO. http://www.oninnovation.com.au/en/ON-teams/ON-Tribe/Accelerate3/RadVet

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A new way for dentists to view information

DentalAR has created IntARface which is a radical technology for dentistry that allows a head-up display so they can check a patient’s history while working. This new AR technology is useful as it delivers increased efficiency, accuracy, improved hygiene and cloud connectivity. DentalAR has been supported by the ON Accelerate program at CSIRO. http://www.oninnovation.com.au/en/ON-teams/ON-Tribe/Accelerate3/DentalAR

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Providing analytic results instantly

The Parts Per Billion has developed a sensor that gives users the information they need to make critical decisions in real time. This technology delivers laboratory-quality analytical results within minutes. It uses molecular machines, biosensors, to measure components in any food to see if it is safe for consumption. The biosensors can detect almost any molecule of interest. Parts Per Billion has been supported by the ON Accelerate program at CSIRO. http://www.oninnovation.com.au/en/ON-teams/ON-Accelerate5-Teams/Parts-Per-Billion

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Using the natural noise of gut for health screening

The Noisy Guts team is developing an acoustic belt that records gut noises over time so doctors can accurately screen and diagnose gut disorders. Their research shows a strong correlation between gut noises and specific gut disorders. Noisy Guts’ belt is a safe, non-invasive screening, monitoring and diagnostic tool. The Noisy Guts has been supported by the ON Accelerate program at CSIRO. http://www.oninnovation.com.au/en/ON-teams/ON-Tribe/ON-Accelerate4-Teams/Noisy-Guts

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A “moon shot” goal to make Australia the healthiest nation on earth

The ISA (Innovation & Science Australia) 2030 report proposed a “moon shot” goal to make Australia the healthiest nation on earth. Life expectancy was suggested as one clear target. Currently Australians come 6th in the world on an OECD list with a life expectancy of 82.5 years, and run health services efficiently, with health expenditure per person of US$4,493, the 14th highest in the world. The better use of health data should enable a new wave of innovation in health, with the direct benefit to Australians in better outcomes, with the potential for valuable and exportable health products and services. Australia’s centralised health system and longitudinal date are advantages that make this goal possible to achieve. https://www.innovationaus.com/2019/04/Election-Podcast-Daniel-Petre

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