Human 'spillover hosts' sounds like the plot for a Sci-Fi movie
Part of the Biosecurity Series By John Lowenthal and Andrew Bean Zoonoses are diseases that have the ability to spread from animals […]
Our role protecting Aussies from the scary stuff
Part of the Biosecurity Series By Gary Fitt, Director of CSIRO’s Biosecurity Flagship When our biosecurity scientists introduce themselves to people […]
H1N1, H5N1, H7N9? What on earth does it all mean
By Jennifer McKimm-Breschkin, Chief Research Scientist, Virology Project. Facts about flu – Ever wondered what flu classifications mean? Read on. The […]
What do you want to know about bowel cancer screening?
Bowel cancer is one of the most curable types of cancer if found early. If the cancer is detected before […]
One step closer to a blood test for Alzheimer’s
Australian scientists are much closer to developing a screening test for the early detection of Alzheimer’s disease, the leading cause of dementia.
What the GI?
Our infographic explains what a low Glycemic Index (GI) is, lists common low GI foods and suggests dietary strategies.
First Hendra, now bat lyssavirus, so what are zoonotic diseases?
By Linfa Wang, Science Leader in Virology and Gary Crameri, Virologist, Australian Animal Health Lab The last 30 years have seen […]
How are vaccines used in Australian agriculture?
By Ian Colditz– Research Scientist, Livestock Health & Welfare Approximately 140 vaccines are registered for use in livestock and companion animals […]
Doin’ it for the kids…
By Angela Beggs You may recall that last year we announced the work we were undertaking to support PATH’s rotavirus […]
Long life and resistant to diseases? Our money’s on bats to survive the apocalypse
Bats are amazing creatures. They’ve been around for at least 65 million years, and in that time have become one […]