30 July 2020:
By Kate Chadwick:
When people think about an academic conference they imagine a leading light giving a keynote address, people sitting in rows yawning through PowerPoint presentations, interesting conversations over cake at morning tea, and perhaps the boss making merry and breaking into a song at the conference dinner. Continue reading
21 July 2017:
Exploring the nooks and crannies of the body’s organs seems fodder for a sci-fi movie. Yet, an international team of researchers and engineers has made this a reality — and it’s set to change the way we see human diseases. Continue reading
2 July 2020:
Tiny structures called nanocages have the potential to revolutionise treatment of conditions like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases.
Two researchers, seemingly worlds apart: one a nanoscientist, the other a neuroscientist. Born in different hemispheres with labs in different states, at the start of their game-changing collaboration 2 years ago, they felt they were speaking different languages.