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Phage therapy combo to combat antibiotic resistance

Using a combination of phages and antibiotics may be far more effective against bacterial infections than using the agents individually.

Life Scientist 26 May, 2022

Automation and shared knowledge pave the way for the future

Automation is a vital component to fuel the labs of tomorrow, and to ensure that drug development continues at the rapid pace seen in response to COVID-19.

Life Scientist 26 May, 2022

Winter COVID boosters expanded, Burnet and Moderna partner on novel mRNA vaccines

The COVID-19 booster program will expand to further at-risk population groups from 30 May 2022.

Life Scientist 25 May, 2022

Wireless neurostimulator like a pacemaker for the brain

Neurological disorders like Parkinson's, chronic depression and other psychiatric conditions can now be managed at home.

Life Scientist 24 May, 2022

Bringing clinical trials to the home: a game changer for the sector

COVID-19 has forced Australia's pharmaceutical and healthcare companies to completely redesign how clinical trials are run.

Life Scientist 23 May, 2022

Biotechnology
Bringing clinical trials to the home: a game changer for the sector

Bringing clinical trials to the home: a game changer for the sector

COVID-19 has forced Australia's pharmaceutical and healthcare companies to completely redesign how clinical trials are run.

Article 23 May, 2022
Health & Medical
Magnetic therapy enhances chemo treatment of breast cancer

Magnetic therapy enhances chemo treatment of breast cancer

The non-invasive and painless treatment has the potential to lower adverse side effects of chemotherapy.

Article 11 May, 2022
Life Sciences
Antibiotic effectiveness reduced when multiple bugs present

Antibiotic effectiveness reduced when multiple bugs present

Much higher doses of antibiotics are needed to eliminate a bacterial infection of the airways when other microbes are present.

Article 22 April, 2022
Molecular Biology
Aberrant protein found to kill bacterial cells

Aberrant protein found to kill bacterial cells

The erroneously built protein mimics the action of aminoglycosides, a class of antibiotics.

Article 16 May, 2022
Lab Technology
Automation and shared knowledge pave the way for the future

Automation and shared knowledge pave the way for the future

Automation is a vital component to fuel the labs of tomorrow, and to ensure that drug development continues at the rapid pace seen in response to...

Article 26 May, 2022
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