The 30-year fight against HIV/AIDS has brought out some of the better traits in us as researchers, and as a global society, write the Kirby Institute's John Kaldor and David Cooper.
HIV rates in Australia have increased by almost fifty percent in the past eight years - according to a national report compiled by UNSW researchers.
A research partnership led by UNSW aims to develop a new diagnostic tool to identify children with tuberculosis.
Aboriginal people and communities will benefit from a new partnership ensuring they have access to the latest research findings on sexually transmitted infections.
The rise in the number of Australian HIV cases in the past seven years is likely to be related to risky sexual behaviour in men having sex with men, according to work co-authored by UNSW researchers.