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Professor Nigel Lovell, Dr Leonardo Silvestri and Professor Francois Ladouceur.
The researchers' vision is for direct communication between a wired brain and an external device, an achievement that could revolutionise health care, entertainment and the way humans interact with their environments.
Read moreabout UNSW engineers win US Naval grant to develop brain-machine interface
Rosemary Kayess, Interim Director, Disability Innovation Institute at UNSW
If it’s not informed in the right way, research can do as much damage as it does good.
Read moreabout Inclusive research will transform opportunities for people with a disability  
Professor Skye McDonald UNSW Science
Although it depends on how severe the damage is, it is often possible for people to re-learn skills and how to recognise emotions.
Read moreabout Helping people live life fully after a traumatic brain injury 
Associate Professor Bingqin Li UNSW SPRC
In China, economic growth discourse has been strong. I am trying to argue that people’s wellbeing is also important.
Read moreabout China and Australia disability and digital economy study
Professor Julian Trollor UNSW Faculty of Medicine
"We must ‘walk the walk’ by including people with disability as scholars and teachers in the University."
Read moreabout People with intellectual and developmental disabilities are much neglected in research
Prof Tom Shakespeare and Dr Eduardo Benitez Sandoval robotics panel discussion members
Enormous opportunity for robotics to empower people with disability. Work needed to make these technologies accessible.
Read moreabout Robotics and the disability care sector: Opportunity or threat?
Professor Catherine Bridge UNSW Faculty of Built Environment
Socially and culturally we create our built environments, but after we create them they shape what we can and can’t do.
Read moreabout Designing enabling environments: Professor Catherine Bridge
Researcher Binghao Li
“I am not just interested in doing research and publishing papers, I want to build useful things that help people."
Read moreabout Emerging technologies in visual impairment research