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Corporate entry Nucleus Limited (1965 - 1988)

From
1965
Lane Cove, New South Wales, Australia
To
1988
Functions
Pharmaceuticals or Medical Aids
Location
Lane Cove, New South Wales

Summary

Established in 1965, Nucleus Limited aimed to develop, manufacture and market innovative medical technology. Founded by Paul Murray Trainor, the company comprised of various subsidiaries including Telectronics Pty Ltd, Medtel Pty Ltd and Cochlear Pty Ltd. According to DeListed, the company was taken over by Pacific Dunlop Limited in 1988. A Nucleus Limited registered (Richmond, Victoria) with the Australian Securities & Investments Commission in 1973 and was still registered in 2006.

Timeline

 1965 - 1988 Nucleus Limited
       1986 - 2002 Pacific Dunlop Limited

Related People

Archival resources

National Film and Sound Archive of Australia

  • Graeme Clark/bionic ear collection [National Film and Sound Archive of Australia], 1956 - 2009; National Film and Sound Archive of Australia. Details

National Library of Australia

National Museum of Australia

Published resources

Books

  • Epstein, June, The Story of the Bionic Ear, Hyland House, 1989. Details

Online Resources

See also

Digital resources

Title
Joint Planning Meeting for Industrial Development, Nucleus Ltd, Lane Cove
Type
Image
Date
1980s
Source
Graeme Clark

Details

Title
Audiologist Richard Dowell tests first Cochlear patient Graham Carrick
Type
Image
Date
1982
Source
Graeme Clark

Details

Title
Graeme Clark with Cochlear's first multi-channel Nucleus implant he inserted in a patient in 1982
Type
Image
Date
1982
Source
Graeme Clark

Details

Ailie Smith