Monthly Archives: October 2015

Immi K’s Afternoon Tea

Nine year-old Imogen has done an impressive job of raising funds for spinal cord injury research by hosting an afternoon tea.  Imogen is a dancer and can’t imagine not being able to do so. As the granddaughter of renowned SCI physician…

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Our favourite feathered friend!

The new book “Penguin Bloom: The odd little bird who saved a family” is a true story of hope and courage. It begins with a shocking accident, in which our friend and mother of three, Sam Bloom, suffers a near…

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3-D cell growth opens new pathway for spinal cord repair

Griffith University researchers have used microfluidic engineering technology to grow cells in three dimensions, without the traditional restrictions of matrix or scaffolds. This allows the cells to freely associate and form natural structures as they would normally within the human…

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