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If we are to help wildlife and ecosystems survive in the future, we’ll have to rethink our parks and reserves.
Read Professor Andrew Holme's piece published in The Conversation.
Professor Paul Gleeson was Head of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from 2006 to 1 June, 2016.
Bio21's Michael Parker is part of an international collaboration that has shown how the bacteria Gardnerella vaginalis targets cells and causes infection in women
Research linking cancer drugs to overcoming drug-resistant malaria puts team in contention for Eureka Prize
The Honourable Frank McGuire, Jan Tennent, CEO of BioMedVic and Professor Ian Gust, former Head of CSL’s Research and Development division, in the Bio21 atrium.
Kevin Cheung and Zara Tse report on a week of work experience at Bio21 Institute, 27th June - 1st July 2016.
By Errol Hunt, University of Melbourne
‘Roses are red and violets are blue’ – so says the old poem.
But why are roses red? And why are violets blue? What is it that gives something its colour?
Researchers can now safely import, house and study mosquitoes from outside Australia, giving dengue research in Melbourne a significant boost.
A team of specialist researchers in Melbourne believe they have found a major response that helps keep the Legionella infection at bay.