Implant components, cochlear implant, metal/silicone/paper, Cochlear Pty Ltd, Australia, 1991

Made in Australia, Oceania, 1991.

Some great ideas need enormous commitment and cooperation to bring them to fruition. Graeme Clark’s father was a deaf man in a hearing family and society. He was a pharmacist and often had to ask his customers to ‘speak up’ about their medical problems - which embarrassed him and them.

In 1967 Graeme embarked on a long journey towards fulfilling his dream of helping deaf people ‘hear’ the spoken word again. For ten years his research into electrical stimulation of the auditory nerve via an impl...

Summary

Object No.

91/2102

Physical Description

Implant components, cochlear implant, metal/silicone/paper, Cochlear Pty Ltd, Australia, 1991

Dimensions

Height

430 mm

Width

300 mm

Production

Made

1991

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Cochlear Limited, 1991

Acquisition Date

1 January, 1970

Cite this Object

Harvard

Implant components, cochlear implant, metal/silicone/paper, Cochlear Pty Ltd, Australia, 1991 2017, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 January 2018, <https://ma.as/115626>

Wikipedia

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