Found: A sweet surprise in leafy greens

Image: Dr Ethan Goddard-Borger, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute and Professor Spencer Williams, School of Chemistry, Bio21 Institute, University of Melbourne Credit: Photography from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute.

Media Release: Genetics sheds light on the spread of tuberculosis bacteria

Bio21's Kat Holt led a study published in Nature Genetics today that concluded that the strain of TB-causing bacteria known as the Beijing lineage, was responsible for 59 per cent of infections, and even more (75%) of those diagnosed in younger people.

Lloyd Hollenberg inducted into the Australian Academy of Sciences

Today Bio21's Professor Lloyd Hollenberg, School of Physics, was inducted into the Australian Academy of Sciences as a Fellow. 

Women of Bio21 - Florienne Loder

Meet Florienne Loder, Communications and Engagement Advisor, Bio21 Institute, Faculty of Science

Bio21 Institute Platform Technology '101' Lectures, May, June & July

Friday, 25 May, 2018 - 13:00 to Wednesday, 4 July, 2018 - 14:30

HPLC, Mass Spectrometry, Proteomics, Metabolomics, Genomics and Electron Microscopy 101 lectures running at Bio21 throughout May, June and July.

Women of Bio21 - Dedreia Tull

Meet Dr Dedreia (Dee) Tull, Manager at the Bio21 Institute-Metabolomics Australia Facility

Women of Bio21 - Danielle Christesen

Bio21's Danielle Christesen is a PhD student in Batterham Group, School of Biosciences.  

The genes that turn malaria into a killer

Bio21's Dr Duffy believes the key to combating the public health challenge of malaria is to focus on those people who are most susceptible to severe malaria – young children – and focus on those malaria strains that are most likely to cause death.

Frances Separovic: a Trailblazer for Women in Science

Bio21's Deputy Director, Frances Separovic is one of twenty outstanding Victorian women who have been inducted into the 2018 Victorian Honour Roll of Women.

On the ‘breadcrumb trail’ of aggressive lung cancer

Bio21's Dr David De Souza and Professor Malcolm McConville working together with Dr Kate Sutherland and Dr Sarah Best from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, have confirmed the mutations responsible for lung adenocarcinomas and identified unique diagnostic signatures.

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