The University of Adelaide has kicked off a new three-year research project to examine the potential of using adult stem cells in treating multiple sclerosis.

Parents the world-over now have more ammunition in getting their kids to eat their greens after researchers from the University of Queensland (UQ) found that broccoli boosts the battle against type 2 diabetes.

Technicians from Pathology Queensland have announced the development of a test for the new strain of bird flue; H7N9.

Antibodies within mother’s milk passed on to her baby may well be the answer as to why childhood vaccinations have been so successful, and why science has battled so bitterly, and often with little success, in tackling chronic infections in adults according to the latest research from the Australian National University (ANU).

61,000 Australian lives have been saved over the last two decades thanks to improvements in cancer prevention, screening and treatment according to the latest Cancer Council research.

The Swinburne University of Technology and CSIRO will carry on ground-breaking solar cell research following a $4 million grant under the Science and Industry Endowment Fund (SIEF).

The Victorian Government has earmarked $50 million to deliver a range of water initiatives under the State Budget.

Carbon dioxide is set to hit 400 pars per million for the first time in five million years, according to new research coming out of the University of Queensland (UQ).

New research from Swinburne University of Technology has confirmed what millions of chocolate lovers already knew; dark chocolate improves general calmness and contentedness.

The Queensland Government has announced the appointment of Professor Suzanne Miller as the new Chief Executive Officer of the Queensland Museum.

New research from Monash University suggests that pain sensations of others can be felt by some people, just by witnessing their plight.

A consortium of Australian education institutions have been awarded a $16 million grant to establish a Science of Learning Research Centre, designed to improve teaching across Australia and around the world.

A new partnership between two of the nation’s most prestigious medical establishments have teamed up to offer a new Award for Excellence.

Custom ‘printed’ organs could be only a decade away from being a reality for patients following a breakthrough by a team of University of Wollongong (UOW) scientists.

The University of Tasmania (UTAS) has secured $27 million in research funding for two major projects.

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