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The Age & Sydney Morning Herald
Concussed players at the World Cup in Qatar will be assessed using a new piece of Australian-owned technology as part of the most extensive set of protocols FIFA has ever deployed at a major tournament.
The Age & The Sydney Morning Herald
A group of South Sydney junior rugby league clubs aims to test up to 3000 players with virtual reality eye-tracking technology to more accurately diagnose concussion injuries.
Australia has long been known as a proud sporting nation — now, it's making a name for itself as a sports technology hub. NeuroFlex is using technology to improve athletic performance and safety on the playing field.
Tech Link Health
This episode’s guest is Grenville Thynne, Finance Executive, Medical Device Entrepreneur, Co-Founder and CEO of NeuroFlex.
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UFC Fighters Trial NeuroFlex Technology – Win News

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NeuroFlex Coming to Melbourne Schools – Seven News Melbourne

NeuroFlex Tackling Concussions in Adelaide Schools – Ten News First

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