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UNSW Sydney launches virtual Museum of Human Disease

Staff at the Museum of Human Disease at UNSW Sydney have used their lockdown time wisely, by creating a virtual version of their collection of real organs and body parts, which constitute the…

Gut bugs make your drunk

Auto-brewery gut bacteria get you drunk

A special type of a well-known intestinal bacterium could be responsible for some cases of severe liver disease, according to new studies. Scientists from the Capital Institute of Pediatrics in China discovered the…

Scopus

2019 ANZ SCOPUS Research Awards – Applications open until Oct 31

The Scopus Researcher Awards recognise outstanding researchers in Australia and New Zealand who have made significant contributions to their fields and areas of research. The winner for each category receives $1000 cash prize,…

A new viral treatment for acne has been developed

Viruses that live on the skin naturally quash acne-causing bacteria.

Fighting tuberculosis with soil bacterium

A natural compound found in soil kills antibiotic-resistant Mycobacterium  tuberculosis.

Nanoparticles restore blood flow after brain injury

  Carbon nanoparticles quench potent free radicals and stabilise cerebral blood flow.

Obesity linked to early-life antibiotics exposure

Antibiotics may promote fat growth and alter the human microbiome.

Why do we sneeze?

Sneezing helps us reboot our body.

Making blood vessels from liposuction fat

Healthy blood vessels can now be grown from adult stem cells extracted during liposuction.

Is it better to run without shoes?

With the London Olympics fast approaching we have a few tips to assist your athletic performance.

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