UNSW Medicine

Nanomedicine

The new sensor can detect very low concentrations of cancer markers in blood tests and is among new technologies to be presented at the 10th annual International Nanomedicine Conference.

glucose monitoring patch for diabetes

A small patch allows people with diabetes to measure their blood glucose levels easily. But this technology isn't currently subsidised, so many everyday Australians who could benefit are missing out.

Rodney Phillips, Rebecca Ivers, John Myburgh and Richard Henry

Professor John Myburgh is the recipient of the UNSW Doctor of Science honour for his outstanding contribution to the field of critical care and trauma.

Chemotherapy patient

More than 15 million people each year will need chemotherapy by 2040, a landmark study published today by a team of Australian researchers has shown. 

Woman experiencing motion sickness

Motion sickness can make you feel pretty wretched. But there are a few things you can do to try and prevent it, or to treat it once it takes hold.

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A family medical emergency inspired Burmese student Yuri Nwe to pursue a Medicine degree – away from home.

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A new study by UNSW Sydney researchers has explored half a century of research into the suicide rates of people discharged from hospital after they presented with suicidal thoughts or behaviours.

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A UNSW-led study of more than 100,000 children is the largest ever to examine who delays starting school in New South Wales, and how a child’s age when they start school relates to their ‘readiness’ in terms of development.

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Good news for allergy and asthma sufferers: a new way to predict the presence of different types of grass pollen will help create a more sophisticated forecast.

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With World Health Day on Sunday, UNSW is highlighting how its researchers are working to make universal health coverage a reality.

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