Latest bioengineering News

Koalas exposed to double whammy health threat
Game-changing spray to revolutionise world-wide pest control
Fast-tracked: First in-human trial for aggressive brain tumours
TECH Cooking Studio explores science of baking
UQ research to keep batteries going and going…
Searching for drivers of devastating Down Syndrome condition
More than vaccines: University of Toronto researcher investigates future of mRNA therapeutics
UNSW academics recognised for excellence in cardiovascular research
Pillars of life
Electrical stimulation shown to generate hair follicles
University of Toronto art exhibit pulls back curtain on molecular science
Researchers working on injection-free cell therapy for diabetes
Spoiled oranges shine light on malignant cells
ANSTO scientist and technical specialist recognised at Users Meeting
Dr Xuyu Liu awarded cardiovascular drug discovery grant
For 10 years, Schulich Leader Scholarships have increased access to higher education
Nanotechnology offers pain relief for tooth sensitivity
Tissue physics plays key role in tumor growth
Pelvic organ prolapse treatment attracts international award
‘Live’ brain models used in hunt for Alzheimer’s treatment
Funding to translate science into real life solutions
Saliva-based Covid test may provide at-home results in 30 minutes
Cheaper and better solar cells on horizon
Cheaper and better solar energy on horizon
New manufacturing facility takes Victorian bioengineering expertise to world
New Laboratory To Support Local Medical Innovations
Scientists progress groundbreaking electroceutical research
AI-powered microscope could check cancer margins in minutes
Some neurons target tiny cerebral blood vessel dilation
CannaPacific and CSIRO trial novel encapsulation technologies for medicinal cannabinoids
Gel instrumental in 3D bioprinting biological tissues
New Study Finds Novel functions of Pyruvate-Sensing Protein PdhR in
Deep learning gives drug design a boost
State partners with world-class med tech company to create Qld jobs
QUT bioengineer a Eureka Prize finalist
AI could expand healing with bioscaffolds
Shape matters for light-activated nanocatalysts
From Plastic to Protein Powder
Gentle probes could enable massive brain data collection
Rare immune cells drive gut repair, but can tip toward cancer or fibrosis in inflammatory bowel disease
Investing in Australian lavender
Three research teams earn Dunn Awards
Re-engineered enzyme could help reverse damage from stroke, spinal cord injury: University study
Heart attack damage reduced by shielded stem cells
New building block in plant wall construction
President’s Special Award from Royal Academy for ingenious PeRSo team
NSF renews Rice biological physics center
NTU Singapore develops peptide that makes drug-resistant bacteria sensitive to antibiotics again