Researchers from Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and the University of Cincinnati (UC) Academic Health Center at the Computational Medicine Center have established a gene information resource designed to aid biomedical researchers in more effectively identifying small alterations in the human genome that are associated with individuals' susceptibility to disease.
Experts at Johns Hopkins University, Duke Universit and Wake Forest University have published new language designed to help clinical researchers better disclose their financial interests in research.
For years, polymer chemistry textbooks have stated that 1,2-disubstituted ethylenes could not be transformed into polymers. However, University of Delaware (UD) polymer chemists were determined to prove the textbooks wrong
A University of Calgary professor in the Haskayne School of Business has recently published his magnum opus on the subject of procrastination â€“ and it''s only taken him 10 years.
A systematic analysis of the medical literature shows that nutrition studies'' conclusions correlate with who funds them â€“ much like the bias found for pharmaceutical studies, but with potentially greater public health implications.
CSIRO has announced the signing of a licensing agreement with Melbourne-based bio-technology medical device company, HD Medical Group Limited, for commercial application of its non-contact sensor technology.
Hematech and Kirin Brewery Company have announced the production of healthy prion protein-knockout cows.
Sigma-Aldrich, a life science and high technology company, has announced that it has granted Pfizer a worldwide non-exclusive research licence to use DNA-directed RNAi (ddRNAi) technology.
Transforming products from agricultural and food processing streams into health-enhancing ingredients for use in a variety of foods and nutraceuticals is the aim of a $7 million Flagship Collaboration Fund Cluster involving CSIROâ€™s Food Futures Flagship, Monash University and the University of Melbourne.
The Flanders Interuniversity Institute for Biotechnology (VIB) and AlgoNomics have joined forces to develop a technology that verifies whether certain proteins induce an immune response in humans.
Scientists at Melbourneâ€™s Howard Florey Institute have discovered a system in the brain that stops an alcoholicâ€™s craving for alcohol, as well as preventing relapse once they have recovered from alcohol addiction.
Stage two of the John de Laeter Centre of Mass Spectrometry at Curtin University of Technology has been lauched by Fran Logan, Minister for Energy, Science and Innovation.
Research at The University of Queensland could revolutionise the treatment of pain relief with the help of a sea snail.
Food science is going nuclear and The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO), is currently commissioning a new world-class research reactor and neutron beam instruments
For most of us, sound chemistry or sonochemistry is about the use of ultrasound in chemistry. The science has been around for about 80 years and now mainly focuses on the effect of ultrasound on reactions