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Vestech sponsors Art Gallery of NSW

Vestech recently visited the Archibald Prize exhibition during a Corporate Sponsors evening, taking up the opportunity to view the artworks without the usual hustle and bustle of regular gallery hours. Good corporate citizenship is a key guiding principle of Vestech. Additionally, exposure to the creative arts stimulates the mind and assists in the inventive process. Plus […]

Australian MedTech Manufacturing Boost

The time is now for Australia to take definitive steps to promote a thriving Medical Device sector which employs people, creates wealth and improves Australia’s future in a competitive world. CSL’s decision to locate a new plant in Switzerland speaks to the need for the AIM Tax Incentive, which has been clearly shown.

Walter Reed Hospital

Vestech visits Walter Reed Hospital and Uniformed Services University

During a recent Washington visit, Dr Roger of Vestech was invited to meet with Cpt Eberhardt, senior trauma surgeon, to review the results of USU’s research into the results of reconstructive surgery in blast victims. The patients reviewed had each lost at least one limb in Afghanistan, primarily the result of blast injuries from IEDs.

Wearable Healthcare Nanotechnology

The Challenges in STEM Teaching Facing Australia

In today’s Financial Review (7 July, 2014) Tim Dodd has written about the challenges in STEM teaching facing Australia (Why the next Zuckerberg won’t be Australian). Quoting Dr Nick Cerneaz, executive director of the Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering, the article has picked up on the future growth of our economy and how a poor STEM capability will inevitably crimp that growth.