Virtual Reality: Interact with your cells

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a full 3D sensory experience inside of your body? To be able to immerse within a virtual landscape of yourself. This may sound like stuff of science fiction, but technology currently being developed at University of New South Wales, might make you think otherwise. So how will this new development benefit the medical field? And what will it mean for patients whose personal data are being ‘virtualised’?  

To answer these questions, Professor Maria Kavallaris, Director of the Australian Centre for NanoMedicine at UNSW and Head of Tumour Biology and Targeting Program at Children’s Cancer Institute joined us on The Daily. 


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