University of Queensland
78 articles with University of Queensland
Covid-19, aging, stroke, ALS, colorectal cancers and Alzheimer's disease are all the focus of this week's top research stories.
Research into gut microbiome-autism link reveals new perspective in collaborative Austism CRC study
Results published in Cell, led by Mater Research and The University of Queensland, show that dietary restriction drives microbiome diversity changes in autistic individuals.
CARB-X funds University of Queensland to accelerate the development of a new class of last-resort antibiotics to treat deadly superbug infections
University’s Octapeptin engineered peptides aim to replace last-resort polymyxin antibiotics with a new antibiotic that has no damaging toxic side effects
The University of Queensland, CEPI and CSL partner to advance development and manufacture of COVID-19 vaccine candidate
- CSL appointed Trusted Manufacturer for University of Queensland's "molecular clamp" enabled COVID-19 vaccine candidate - CEPI and CSL will share costs associated with the clinical development and manufacture of the vaccine candidate - A vaccine is anticipated to be available in 2021 if clinical trials are successful
Dynavax Announces Collaboration with the University of Queensland and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness (CEPI) Focused on the Development of a Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccine
Dynavax is providing CpG 1018, the adjuvant contained in HEPLISAV-B, to support the rapid development of a COVID-19 vaccine
Elephants, Llamas and Koalas, Oh My! How Animal Research is Enhancing Our Understanding of Human ...
10/24/2019Several recent studies that aren’t on laboratory animals per se, but species-specific biological research, have been shown to have far-reaching implications for human beings.
The University of Queensland Uses Dell Technologies Supercomputer to Pioneer New Alzheimer's Disease Breakthrough
Dell Technologies announces one of the first computational projects for The University of Queensland's Dell Technologies high-performance computing (HPC) system may enable a non-invasive disease-modifying strategy for Alzheimer's Disease.
In writing literally hundreds of stories this year, two BioSpace writers, Alex Keown and Mark Terry, found certain stories particularly intriguing or impactful. Some of those were such big topics that they were covered over a series of stories. Looking back at 2018, here are their Top 10.
It seems like every time we turned around this year, there was an exciting or—on a more visceral level, “Hey, that’s cool!” science story. Here’s a look at the top 9 really cool life science discoveries of the year, from outer space, to peanut allergies, to tortoise genomes.
December 7 Research Roundup: Genes for Dementia, Genes for Obesity, Genes for Tissue Regeneration...
12/7/2018There are plenty of great scientific research stories out this week. Here’s a look at just a few of them.
Researchers have hunted for years to find a commonality across all cancers, a so-called “silver bullet” that ties them all together. Researchers from the University of Queensland’s Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology have identified a nano-scaled DNA signature that seems to...
Nanopatch Polio Vaccine Delivers, University of Queensland Study
Slow Down Aging In The Human Brain: Ultrasound Scans May Delay Cognitive Decline, University of Queensland Study
Cuffs And Compressions Help In Fight Against Diabetes, University of Queensland Study
You May Be Burning More Calories Than Your Fitness Band Says, University of Queensland Study
Skin Cancer Detection Technology Promises Early Diagnosis, University of Queensland Study
Tarantula Toxins May Be Converted To Painkillers, University of Queensland Study
Weed Users Found To Have Poorer Verbal Memory In Middle Age, University of Queensland Study
The Yin And Yang Of Sleep And Attention, University of Queensland Study
Lack Of Self-Control Could Be A Sign Of Power, University of Queensland Study