Low carb lifestyle: a high reward for managing type 2 diabetes
Our Low Carb Diabetes Diet & Lifestyle Solution book gives you the low down to help manage type 2 diabetes.
Lab-grown airway cells: breathing new life into respiratory disease research
Our lab-grown airway cells have huge potential to understand how respiratory diseases work. It can also reduce the need for animal testing.
Five ways we’re using data science during the COVID-19 pandemic
From analysing the SARS-CoV-2 genome to outlining in-demand jobs, we break down five ways we’ve employed data science in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Something in the water: tracking COVID-19 with every flush
Our scientists are working on a silent but effective stalking operation tracking COVID-19. It involves wading through our waste water.
Outbreak ready: working to prevent human and animal disease
Our scientists continue their important work safeguarding human and animal health from disease, while we strive for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Antivirals, antibiotics or vaccines: what are our options for tackling COVID-19?
We take a closer look at the different vaccine and treatment options being used to tackle COVID-19. And explain what they all mean.
Meet our COVID-19 researcher: Tram Phan
Tram Phan is making the vaccine proteins that will be used in The University of Queensland’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate. She gives us the low down.
Busting COVID-19 myths
Fake news travels as fast as… well... a virus. We’re debunking some of the most viral myths that are spreading during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Genomics joins the fight against COVID-19
Our scientists are analysing the genetic makeup of COVID-19 to help fast track the development of vaccines.
New (s)tool in the COVID-19 pipes
Researchers have achieved the first step in developing an early warning surveillance system to track COVID-19 in the community tracing the virus in sewage.
A cattle vaccine saves our steak in history
Vaccines are not just for human diseases. They also protect animals. Read how our work in the 1930s helped protect cattle from the devastating disease bovine pleuropneumonia.