Our research project on the feasibility of integrating various graphene-aided biosensor data and electronic records with AI tools in the healthcare sector has received seed funding of $10000 from the Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Futures Institute. This funding will support our feasibility study in Nanotechnology and Artificial Intelligence, which aims to explore the potential of utilising cutting-edge technologies to enhance healthcare services. Our team is excited to delve deeper into this area of research, and we are optimistic that our findings will contribute significantly to the advancement of healthcare technology.
Degree of recognitionInternational
Granting OrganisationsArtificial Intelligence and Cyber Futures Institute