Latest News 06/2012
The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Sydney’s Garvan Institute of Medical Research, and CSIRO have jointly received a competitive grant (Inspiring Australia: Unlocking Australia’s Potential) to create scientifically accurate 3D animations that explain the latest biomedical...
An international team of researchers has discovered that many of the body’s infection-fighting immune cells require a cell survival protein, called A1, to develop and function. Their finding could lead to a better understanding of conditions including leukaemia, allergy and autoimmunity.
A new technique that accurately determines the risk of infants in endemic countries developing clinical malaria could provide a valuable tool for evaluating new malaria prevention strategies and vaccines.
The technique could even help to understand how anti-malarial vaccine and treatment strategies...