Sometimes we overuse the word 'revolutionary'. Sometimes something revolutionary happens.
Dr Leonie Quinn from The John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR) at ANU has won a 2017 Innovation Grant from the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation.
A medical researcher from ANU has received a $1.225 million fellowship from the Sylvia and Charles Viertel Charitable Foundation.
New research highlights the significant role the surrounding environment of stem cells might play in the brain size of babies with microcephaly.
The discovery of brain-like activity in the immune system by ANU promises better treatments for lymphoma, autoimmune diseases and immunodeficiency disorders.
ANU has released the fourth and final report of its ACT Asbestos Health Study into the health impacts of having lived in a house with loose-fill asbestos.
Researchers have identified a new gene which is crucial for the immune system to respond to infection and vaccination.
Researchers at ANU are working on a new treatment for an aggressive type of leukemia that outperforms standard chemotherapies.
Professor Ted Maddess has developed new technology which could revolutionise the diagnosis and management of the most common blinding diseases.
A new study on UHT milk is helping scientists to better understand Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and type 2 diabetes
A study into the health of Indigenous children has found programs and policies to promote healthy weight should target children as young as three.
The new collaboration will allow students to combine a Bachelor Medical Science degree at ANU with a Master of Diagnostic Pathology degree at UC.