‘Smart socks’ offer hope for remote patients with chronic pain, researcher says

‘Smart socks’ offer hope for remote patients with chronic pain, researcher says

Posted April 09, 2018 18:23:28 Photo: Deepti Aggarwal says the smart socks help physios assess patients’ movements. (Supplied: Centre for SocialNUI) Related Story: Humanoid robots play doctor in Tasmanian hospital study New wearable “smart sock” technology could help physiotherapists treat regional and remote patients and get them back on their …

Researcher scouts local watering holes for clues about vulnerable Murray cod

Researcher scouts local watering holes for clues about vulnerable Murray cod

Updated March 28, 2018 15:22:09 Photo: Mounted Murray cod specimens along the Murray-Darling Basin are being studied. (Facebook: Spotting Murray Cod Mounts) The pub might not be the most obvious spot for a science project, but an Albury-based researcher has been searching local watering holes for clues about the Murray …

Commercial radio is not playing enough Australian music, researcher says

Commercial radio is not playing enough Australian music, researcher says

Updated March 22, 2018 16:00:40 For a young band, getting some love from the biggest radio stations in the country can mean money, bigger stages and a greater chance at longevity in a notoriously difficult industry. But a new study suggests major commercial stations are not playing enough homegrown music. …