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The Australian National University (ANU) welcomed the Australian Government's announcement today of $10 million investment in the Translational Phenomics...
A team from ANU and Monash University have answered one of the most long-standing questions about the immune system and the way it fights viruses.
National Youth Science Forum students enjoyed a fun afternoon of hands-on activities and discoveries at JCSMR
Researchers from JCSMR are part of a new consortium, led by the University of Queensland, to develop breakthrough vaccines against deadly infectious diseases.
Happy 30 years of excellence to the Biomolecular Resource Facility!
Andrew Zeller, Dan Palmer, Fiona Lewis and Sandali Seneviratne have had a big year conducting their Honours research at The John Curtin School of Medical...
A new blood test is being developed that can detect patients at risk of dry age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and potentially save millions people from...
New research from JCSMR has identified mechanisms involved in food poisoning, and ways to target them, a discovery with the potential to save lives.
Dr Anne Bruestle and Dr Vini Gautam win the ACT Young Tall Poppy Science Award for their work in immunology and neuroscience.
Researchers at JCSMR have discovered a new genetic disease and a method for detecting more unexplained medical conditions.
We are looking for outstanding PhD candidates to join us. Don't miss out on a fantastic opportunity to launch your research career!
Thilaga Velusamy, PhD student in the Tscharke Lab, has shared with ANU Science her journey from a small village in India to our labs.