Cell networks map new cancer pathways

A complex intracellular network mapped by an international team of researchers could open the door to discovering new targeted treatments for colorectal cancer. Flinders University Professor […]

New hope to reduce bladder pain

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are painful and usually short-lived – but in many people low levels of infection can be found long after it’s thought to […]

Science educators honoured on Australia Day

Leading Australia Day Honours have been awarded to maverick fossil hunter and conservationist Professor Rod Wells and popular Flinders University physics teacher Associate Professor Maria Parappilly. […]

New directions in aged care in Australia

Comparisons with international systems and innovations in aged care has identified many opportunities for improvement in Australia, according to researchers at Flinders University. Flinders University experts […]

‘Ancient’ system unlocks cancer secrets

A long-hidden metabolic system in cells could lead to new strategies for therapeutic cancer treatments in future. Unlocking this process – from more than 350 million […]

Faster, cheaper tests for myopia in sight

The world’s most common vision problem myopia or short/near sightedness, which causes damage to the eye and even blindness, just got easier to assess. Progressive research […]