An engineering internship to inspire the next generation
Final year university student Jasmin Bradshaw and Head of Design + Industry Newcastle, John Lancken, share why businesses must invest in the next generation.
Student to success story: Our Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program
Dr Ben Porebski is an Aussie making his mark on the scientific world thanks, in part, to his experience with our Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program.
Indigenous science solutions for tomorrow
We're working with communities across Australia to create Indigenous-driven science solutions. These solutions will support sustainable futures for Indigenous peoples, cultures and Country.
Femtech talk: just what the doctor ordered for women’s health
Have you heard of Femtech? It's all about women's health technology. We're taking on the problem, one product at a time.
Spotify playlist: Music you can get vaccinated to
While our expert scientists continue to deliver innovative work, we've taken the time to expertly curate music you can get vaccinated to.
This form of Vitamin B3 can make blood cells more youthful
Our scientists helped find that blood cells can become “more youthful” through exposure to nicotinamide riboside – a form of vitamin B3.
Finding COVID-19 infections earlier using our new biomarker technology
Our scientists have developed a way to detect COVID-19 earlier in the infection cycle using your body's biomarkers and machine learning.
Zapping away mosquito-borne diseases in Papua New Guinea
We have been working with organisations in Papua New Guinea and in Australia to develop approaches against mosquito-borne diseases.
Unmasking Australia’s first surgical face mask testing facility
We have opened Australia’s first accredited face mask testing facility to assist manufacturers in fast-tracking the supply of masks for hospital staff.
M♡THer: an app to better manage gestational diabetes
We're working with hosptials to fast track an app called "M♡THer.” It supports pregnant patients to manage their gestational diabetes better.
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.