Media Release: Top 10 ways to give nature a helping hand

Victorians are being urged to help nature adapt to new conditions under climate change through a new 10-point guide.

The accidental Head of School

Professor Frances Separovic reflects on two terms leading the School of Chemistry

'Bug' biomarkers used to assess water quality

Bio21 Institute hosted the CAPIM Symposium on the 1-2 December 2015.

Australian EMBL PhD Symposium expands young researchers' horizons

Bio21 Institute recently hosted the 2nd annual European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), Australia PhD Symposium.

Image: Student delegates, Emma Cazaly and Sionne Lucas, from the Menzies Institute for Medical Research and Nagaraj Moily, from the Bio21 Institute discuss their research projects while enjoying the chance to meet new friends.  

Why those sugar-free products damage your teeth

Buyer beware: new research shows sugar-free drinks and lollies are just as bad for your teeth as sugary products

Academia and industry join forces against malaria

Professor Leann Tilley and Stanley Cheng Xie from the Bio21 Institute are joining with Takeda Pharmaceuticals in the fight against malarial drug resistance.

PhD Oration by Charisse Pasaje, 'Protein translation as a drug target in malaria'

Wednesday, 18 November, 2015 - 12:00 to 13:00

Charisse Pasaje is a student from the Ralph Laboratory at the Bio21 Institute, the University of Melbourne.

 

Bio21 Groups Supported in Quest for Medical Discoveries

NHMRC Project and Fellowship grants received by Bio21 researchers will ensure that important research into neurodegenerative diseases, radiopharmaceuticals, periodontitis, and the tropical diseases leishmaniasis and malaria will continue. 

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