Over the course of the five-week ‘Mark, Release Recapture’ (MRR) study 3000 male mosquitoes were released and then recaptured through a network of over 70 traps. All to find out if they’d cross a road for a mate.
A new, more accurate blood test for bowel cancer developed by our scientists could lead to a reduction in the number of deaths from the disease.
For those with age-related macular degeneration, a trip to the doctor once a month to get an injection in the eye is not uncommon. As excruciating as regular injections in the eye sounds, it’s essential to stop the build-up of fluid in the macula from further obscuring their vision. However thanks to our researchers, those injections
Artificial intelligence is already transforming a range of industries but it has still to make an impact on healthcare. So what’s the hold up?
A powder so porous it fits the surface area of a football field in a teaspoon. MOFs have lots of potential uses but they’ve been too unpredictable, until now. Our breakthrough discovery means MOFs can have a wide range of optical, sensor and microelectronic applications.
We can now explore revolutionary ways of cancer treatments using a new method called CRISPR-Cas9.
We describe the first instance of our body’s own ‘microRNA’ promoting and exacerbating viral infections.
Our new project in Far North Queensland aims to beat zika and other mosquito-borne diseases.
Tiny drones have delivered big for our 10th UAV Challenge.