‘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 […]

Gut itch to blame for IBS pain

Australian researchers have identified a link between itchy skin and gut pain, caused by identical receptors signalling the nervous system. This is big news for Irritable […]

Research targets gastro outbreaks

Outbreaks of gastro sweeping schools, aged-care homes and hospital wards could become far less frequent, with new research on norovirus set to define parameters around the […]

Call for action on rising HIV rates

Rising HIV rates among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people need urgent national attention, says Matthew Flinders Fellow Associate Professor James Ward. In a Perspective in […]

Bacteria growing on an agar petri dish. Stock photo.

Hunting superbugs in nursing homes

Protecting senior citizens in residential aged care at risk of antibiotic resistant bacteria is the aim of two new research projects in South Australia. The grants, […]