Dr Pia Winberg explains how it is possible to improve our gut health by introducing seaweed dietary fibres to the western diet.
Acoustics experts have created a new class of sound wave that could lead to a revolution in stem cell therapy.
Concerns have been raised over the long-term use of nutritional supplements containing chromium.
Scientists at JCU have created a cheap and effective audio lure to collect the species of mosquito that carries dengue and yellow fever.
A new automated detection system increases how efficiently we diagnose bacterial infections.
Bioinformatician Harriet Dashnow investigates how mutations in the human genome can lead to genetic disorders.
RMIT researchers have published two reference books on evidence-based clinical Chinese medicine.
Australian scientists have developed a a rapid detection tool to map the effects of new medicines already on the market.
Researchers have developed an innovative app that alerts Australians to recently recalled food products.
The University of Queensland receives Grand Challenges Explorations Grant for groundbreaking research in global health and development.
A new product has been developed that could potentially treat all people with inflammatory skin conditions.
Award-winning RMIT scientist has the chance to work with international partners to turn flexible electronics into commercial products.
Computer scientist Carolyn McGregor has developed a disruptive technology utilising big data.
Students at RMIT University developed an award-winning system that facilitates sharing of ECG scans to improve positive patient outcomes.
The passage of the MRFF Bill 2015 will strengthen Australia’s position as a global leader in medical research.
Vision CRC is developing a program to reduce the incidence of myopia, a condition affecting 27% of the globe.
An outstanding Perkins researcher has made his mark on Australian and global science, and has been honoured with the Vice Chancellor of UWA’s Mid-Career Research Award.
Safer, healthier and biodiverse urban wetlands are the goal for Jayne Hanford’s PhD research.
A study has shown children from socially disadvantaged backgrounds are at greater risk because they lack immunisation.
Researchers 3D print artificial brain tissue to investigate the effect of drugs and explore brain disorders.
A novel type of expandable bone fastener created by 3D-printing can make spinal surgery safer for the patient and easier for the surgeon.