The Zero Childhood Cancer Program (ZERO) will this month begin a progressive expansion to become available to all Australians aged 0 to 18 years with cancer, by the end of the year.
UNSW Sydney professors from UNSW Science and UNSW Medicine & Health have been recognised among the nation’s most distinguished scientists.
Researchers have uncovered crucial link that offers a new and potent way to target childhood cancers.
A world-leading personalised medicine program will be available to children with high risk brain cancer following new funding for the Zero Childhood Cancer program.
An initiative aimed at improving outcomes for children with the most difficult-to-treat cancer has received a $20m pledge from Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Australian children with the most aggressive forms of cancer are set to benefit from a new program that will examine their unique cancer cells to help identify the drugs most likely to help.
Australia's first integrated cancer research facility - the Lowy Cancer Research Centre - will be officially opened this Friday 28 May.
UNSW staff and students will shape Australia's future when they take part in the Australia 2020 summit.
Seven UNSW academics have been given awards in this year's Australia Day honours list.