Researchers from UNSW Sydney will receive federal government funding for seven new medical research projects.
UNSW Sydney scientists are exploring the effects of microgravity – the condition where people or objects seem to be weightless – on mammalian cells.
The federal government has announced COVID-19 vaccination will now become mandatory for aged-care workers. This comes amid a slow and troubled rollout in the sector.
A trial has revealed that babies with SMA treated with gene therapy are meeting the normal developmental milestones of any baby.
Projects protecting against loss of kidney function for diabetes patients and refining ovarian cancer prognosis have received NHMRC funding.
A major study led by UNSW medical researchers and NSW Health has tracked the recovery of nearly 3000 COVID-19 cases in NSW.
Researchers at the Kirby Institute at UNSW Sydney have been awarded $1.59 million to pursue the elimination of cervical cancer in rural Papua New Guinea.
Early childhood emotional and behavioural problems can increase the risk of later contact with the criminal justice system.
Health workers have long called for better protections against COVID-19. Well fitting masks are now required when caring for COVID-19 patients. But the guidelines on ventilation miss the mark.
People who contract COVID, and their contacts, have successfully self-isolated at home since the pandemic began.