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Bacteria ‘nanowires’ could help scientists develop green electronics

Engineered protein filaments originally produced by bacteria have been modified by scientists

Nuisance Seaweed Found to Produce Compounds with Biomedical Potential

A seaweed considered a threat to the healthy growth of coral reefs

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Model Sheds New Light on Sports-related Brain Injuries

A new study has provided insight into the behavioral damage caused by repeated blows to the head. The research provides

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Study: Bladder cancer could reoccur despite bladder removal

Patients with advanced bladder cancers that are surgically removed might need additional

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Bacteria ‘nanowires’ could help scientists develop green electronics

Engineered protein filaments originally produced by bacteria have been modified by scientists to conduct electricity. In a study published recently

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Bacteria ‘nanowires’ could help scientists develop green electronics

Engineered protein filaments originally produced by bacteria have been modified by scientists to conduct electricity. In a study published recently

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New 3D printer uses rays of light to shape objects, transform product design

A new 3D printer uses light to transform gooey liquids into complex solid objects in

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New tools used to identify childhood cancer genes

Using a new computational strategy, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have identified 29 genetic

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Cotton-Based Hybrid Biofuel Cell Could Power Implantable Medical Devices

A glucose-powered biofuel cell that uses electrodes made from cotton fiber could someday help power

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Artificial intelligence revolutionises monitoring of brain development in children

Researchers at QIMR Berghofer have developed a computer-based “growth chart” that could potentially transform the

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Multiple sclerosis is on the rise in Australia, but it’s not all bad news

UNSW medical researchers are at the forefront of advancing the science of multiple sclerosis detection

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How a world record ‘squeeze’ could offer comfort for dark matter hunters

Squeezing device, developed at UNSW, used to reduce noise for more precise measurements. Credit: UNSW

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AI poised to usher in new level of concierge services to the public

Researchers explore how intelligent systems can upgrade hospitality sector Concierge services built on artificial intelligence

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Gene therapy relieves back pain, repairs damaged disc in mice

Study suggests nanocarriers loaded with DNA could replace opioids Disc-related back pain may one day

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How the ‘home’ environment influences microbial interactions

Study shows low-nutrient conditions alter viral infection of cells This much we know: When viruses

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Hear that? That’s the sound of an ultrasonic cold brew coffee ready in under three minutes

The UNSW team who developed the three-minute cold brew - Shih-Hao Chiu, Dr Francisco Trujillo

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New psychological therapy shows promise in improving quality of life for people living with MND

The largest-ever trial of a psychological intervention for patients with the debilitating neurological condition, conducted

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