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RACer Project: Novel sleep apnoea treatment secures commercialisation funding – Consortium of Medical Device Technologies (April 2016). Joint funding from KiwiNet and New Zealand Health Innovation Hub for Dr White’s, RACer project (Rest Activity Cycler) will be used to further develop and commercialise the technology to help provide an adequate treatment for sufferers. https://www.cmdt.org.nz/file/cmdt-newsletter-april-2016-1/open

Sleep Apnoea Treatment Funded - Emerging Opportunities - Health Innovation Hub (21/11/15) April 2015 – July 2015. The BIODESIGN LAB and AUT Enterprises Ltd partner up with KiwiNet and the Health Innovation hub to develop breathing therapy hardware and undertake clinical sleep trials
http://innovation.health.nz/news-events/news/sleep-apnoea-treatment-funded

KiwiNet and the Health Innovation hub partnership with AUT and AUTEL (30/11/15). The BIODESIGN LAB and AUT Enterprises Ltd partner up with KiwiNet and the Health Innovation hub to develop breathing therapy hardware and undertake clinical sleep trials
https://www.kiwinet.org.nz/files/Portfolio/Emerging-Opportunities-April-2015-to-July-2015.pdf

Celebrating our research and innovation successes (12/11/15). Events over the past three weeks have marked AUT’s growing stature in research and innovation.
https://auti.aut.ac.nz/news/Pages/AUT-scores-a-research-and-innovation-hat-trick.aspx

Tumblr Asks The Most Important Question About Nostrils Ever – Buzzfeed (05/06/15). Dr White is interviewed by Buzzfeed media after publishing a journal research paper on the functional purpose of the nasal cycle.
http://www.buzzfeed.com/natashaumer/why-the-heck-do-we-even-have-two-nostrils#.vgY4d0pkQK

Development of a tractable computational nasal air-conditioning model to aid device design – YouTube (09/11/2015). Research seminar presentation on an airway model developed by Dr White, hosted by the Auckland Bioengineering Institute. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmKat_kOiS0

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