We’re working to prevent illnesses, develop a better understanding of diseases, and improve treatment and recovery in a range of medical conditions to help people live healthier lives.
A new world-first autonomous wheelchair is set to give greater control to people who can’t use traditional joysticks.
Come along for the ride as we chat with dietitian and senior research scientist Dr Pennie Taylor.
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and weight can be a challenge. So, we studied the experiences of CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet […]
At the Australian e-Health Research Centre, we’re using artificial intelligence to help health professionals diagnose, monitor and treat disease.
As our Future Protein Mission lead, Crispin Howitt is dishing up a suite of new and improved protein products for the global menu.
Wondering what the future of healthcare looks like? Here's what experts predicted at the 2023 Australian e-Health Research Centre annual research colloquium.
Phoebe Readford travels far and wide to improve the biosecurity of neighbouring countries, and in turn Australia.
Climate change is accelerating the emergence and spread of these “superbugs”, which thrive in warm, wet conditions.
With endless possibilities for future foods, protein is changing in some delicious and interesting ways.
94 per cent of Australian children aged 2–17 don’t eat the daily recommended serves of veg. Here are our top five evidence-based tips for helping your children learn love them.
From smart watches to mammogram readers, artificial intelligence is revolutionising health care. We spoke with some experts to learn more.
Our innovations, from fast Wi-Fi to predicting bushfires, were once considered impossible. Until someone, just like you, joined us and took on the challenge.