How do patients living in remote communities, or with limited mobility, communicate and interact with medical professionals? How can medical services be improved for these patients? According to AMSI Intern Luyao Teng, the technologies of Virtual Reality and Home Telehealth together create a potentially revolutionary way of improving medical services to patients while also improving mental wellbeing.
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MELBOURNE, THURSDAY 6 AUGUST 2015: Australia’s future as a high technology, research-driven economy will depend on reversing 20-year trends in the mathematical sciences, according to a new report by the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI). Today, AMSI release their fourth annual Discipline Profile of the Mathematical Sciences. At a time when the Australian government is […]
MELBOURNE, MONDAY 3 AUGUST, 2015: Eight universities in Victoria and NSW have entered into a partnership with AMSI Intern to boost industry-academic collaborations and improve the work-readiness of Australian postgraduate students. The partnership looks set to deliver the federal government’s current agenda on the commercialisation of publicly funded research with every internship creating a collaboration […]
Article by Tim Dodd, Australian Financial Review, 2 August 2015 A move to deepen links between business and universities is set to boost 10-fold the number of PhD students placed with employers in research internships in the next five years. The Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI), which operates a PhD internship scheme, said that a new […]