Thermo Fisher Scientific has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Brammer Bio, a leader in viral vector manufacturing for gene and cell therapies, for US$1.7 billion in cash.
Researchers who have identified potential targets for new medicines for acute myeloid leukaemia and lupus have been named the winners of the 2018 GSK Discovery Fast Track Challenge.
The Australian Government is investing almost half a billion dollars to deliver cancer treatment, hospital infrastructure, mental health services and medical research projects in Victoria.
The Australian Government has announced $6 million towards a Mission Control Centre and $6 million to establish a Space Discovery Centre.
The National Health and Medical Research Council has once again held its annual Research Excellence Awards, this year honouring 23 outstanding researchers.
Sartorius Stedim Biotech and Novasep have entered into a collaboration agreement in the area of chromatography and single-use bioprocessing.
A new international research laboratory, which aims to turbocharge scientific collaboration between Australia and France, is set to be established in Adelaide.
The board of medicinal cannabis company AusCann has announced the appointment of Ido Kanyon as Chief Executive Officer, commencing 22 May.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has signed a multiyear agreement with German immunotherapy company BioNTech, focused on supplying critical raw materials for the manufacturing of precise immunotherapy vaccine candidates.
From 20–24 March, the World Science Festival Brisbane will bring some of the world's most eminent scientists into Brisbane's cultural precinct and regional Queensland.
The Australian Government is providing more than $22 million for important early-stage research that will lead to new interventions, cures and treatments of major diseases.
A new analysis of more than 65 million papers, patents and software projects found that smaller teams produce much more disruptive and innovative research than larger teams.
For Australia's oldest PhD graduate, Dr David Bottomley, learning is a lifelong journey.
The quest to find Australia's top scientists, innovators and science teachers is on again, with nominations now open for this year's Prime Minister's Prizes for Science.