Since 1970, the University of Melbourne has achieved some significant developments in medical areas, specifically with the study of bionic hearing, bionic eyes, HIV vaccinations, and fatal brain parasites. The University’s NeCTAR research cloud gathers the expertise of cloud computing for its researchers at Melbourne. The University is home to some of the world’s exceptional medical scientists and Nobel laureates and the Parkville business district is the site of many research organizations and health-care facilities responsible for significant developments in life science and biomedical research.

The Stem Cells Australia, an Australian research department, has developed its expertise in life science since 2011. Stem Cells Australia has collaborated with the following universities: Melbourne, Queensland, Monash, NSW, and many research institutes, including Eliza Hall, Victor Chang Cardiac, ...

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