Vitamin “gummies” containing food acids, have a high sugar content and are not medicines consumers need, write Ken Harvey, Eliza Li, Rosemary Stanton and Stuart Dashper.
Two of Australia’s biggest medical research organisations have entered a strategic partnership to dramatically boost health research and transform lives around the world.
The emerging field of nanomedicine offers hope for better children’s cancer treatment that will have fewer side effects and improve quality of life for survivors.
A sophisticated tool that can generate early outbreak signals using data from Google Trends, Wikipedia and Twitter has won the UNSW ZikaHACK competition.
UNSW has welcomed the federal government’s announcement of $26 million for medical researchers and clinical trials through the Medical Research Future Fund.
Early warning of increased levels of pollen in the atmosphere could help allergy or asthma sufferers anticipate the onset of illness and begin preventative measures, new research finds.
New findings by UNSW neuroscientists represent a whole new way of looking at how our brains make judgements about the environment, and could have applications in telesurgery, prostheses and robotics.
In cancer, immune cells infiltrate tumours – but it hasn’t been known which immune cells exit the tumour or where they go next.
More of us are labelled as sick with the constantly changing diagnostic cut-offs for diseases. Now an international expert panel has drafted a list of things to consider before setting new thresholds, write Ray Moynihan and Rita Horvath.
There is an urgent need to reconsider steroid use as a public health issue as opposed to a criminal justice concern, write Katinka van de Ven and Renee Zahnow.