Media Releases 2004
16 December 2004 - Aida: The fat lady sings on 3G networks - In an Australia-first trial, the CSIRO ICT Centre has proved that searchable, high quality video streaming to a 3G mobile phone is a technological reality.
8 November 2004 - Plugging The Brain Drain - Turning On The Research Taps - CSIRO and the Queensland Government are attracting leading overseas-based Australian scientists to return to work on major health challenges at the e‑Health Research Centre in Brisbane.
26 October 2004 - CSIRO ICT Centre launched with network research funding boost - The launch of the CSIRO ICT Centre represents a huge opportunity for the Australian information and communication technologies (ICT) sector as it seeks to raise Australia's profile in the fiercely competitive global market.
30 August 2004 - CSIRO semiconductor science in successful spin-off - The CSIRO ICT Centre has completed the successful spin-off of its unique compound semiconductor technologies to EpiTactix Pty Limited.
5 August 2004 - CSIRO ICT Centre Director Takes the Wheel - Dr Alex Zelinsky has commenced as full-time Director of the CSIRO ICT Centre after a transitional period from his former role as CEO of Seeing Machines Pty Limited.
18 May 2004 - Monitoring Health from Home - Patients recovering from strokes will be able to monitor their progress at home following the launch of a world-leading research centre in Queensland today.
4 March 2004 - Intelligent Antenna collects more than Data - A revolutionary CSIRO antenna has won a major international award, presented in Washington last night.
28 January 2004 - CSIRO FINALISTS IN AIIA IAWARDS- The CSIRO ICT Centre has been selected as a finalist in two categories of the Australian Information Industry Association's iAwards. CSIRO's enterprise search and information retrieval solution, Panoptic, was selected in the iNNOVATION category and its Virtual Critical Care Unit (ViCCUŽ) in the iMPLEMENTATION category.
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