Adelaide-based Fusetec is 3D printing human body parts—complete with realistic, anatomically accurate bone, skin and muscle—for use as teaching aids during surgical training. Fuestec’s revolutionary medical devices can be designed and manufactured to simulate specific pathology, such as, tumours, broken bones or defective heart valves, enabling student and surgeons to practise specific procedures.
The Groasis Waterboxx was created by Dutch flower exporter, Pieter Hoff. The Groasis is a planting device that makes growing crops in the desert possible, and resource-efficient. It consists of an "intelligent bucket" made from recycled paper, which can germinate seeds, incubate saplings, and water plants. It requires 90% less water than traditional growing methods and can be used in some of the most extreme climates on Earth