A non-invasive technology platform utilises low-frequency ultrasound (250 kHz) to detonate microscopic tumour-targeted bubbles like warheads.
Scientists have shown that just one 60-minute bout of exercise shifted the muscle clocks of mice by around an hour in either direction.
Cancer cells can 'turn on' error-prone DNA copy pathways to adapt to cancer treatment — the same process used by bacteria to develop antibiotic resistance.
The Australian Government has announced further funding for research into COVID-19 — but is the biotech community being left behind?
Women have a good chance of having a second child with the help of fertility treatment after their first was child born this way, researchers have shown.
Can hydroxychloroquine prevent COVID-19? Australia's healthcare workers are invited to take part in a new clinical trial to find out.
Lower levels of caffeine consumption and lower blood urate are inversely associated with Parkinson's disease.
Researchers have found that lactation can lower the incidence and reduce the risk of maternal postpartum diabetes.
Signs of autoimmunity can appear in Parkinson's disease patients years before their official diagnosis, suggesting that Parkinson's is partly an autoimmune disease.
Researchers are increasing the visibility of prostate cancer cells that have spread to bone for better recognition and destruction by the immune system.
Researchers have uncovered a new neurodegenerative disorder in which children experience developmental regression and severe epilepsy.
New research from McGill University suggests that, in the right context, some people may experience psychedelic-like effects from placebos alone.
Researchers have shown in animal experiments that nanoparticles containing curcumin not only prevent cognitive deterioration but also reverse the damage.
A case report has detailed the second claimed incidence of a patient cured of HIV, with no active viral infection detected 30 months after stopping antiretroviral therapy.
Being of an older age, showing signs of sepsis and having blood clotting issues when admitted to hospital are key risk factors associated with higher risk of death from the new coronavirus.