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Specialist expertise and capabilities at ANSTO enable understanding and improvement of current and advanced nuclear fuel materials
Chemical fixation causes aggregation artefact
Resolution of molecular orchestra
Brains of Neanderthals developed differently from those of modern humans
Researchers identify how cells move faster through mucus than blood
Simulating 3D-AFM images for systems not in equilibrium
Viruses of feather
Visualization of binding processes of cell-cell adhesion molecules in solution
Opening New Doors: First Synthetic Mechanosensitive Potassium Channel
Simple GoMicro device can measure food spoilage
UOW to host international Frontier Materials Workshop
Revealing atomistic structures behind AFM imaging
Assigning moving features in high-speed atomic force microscopy
Silence for thought
New understanding of congenital heart disease progression opens door to improved treatment options
Dopamine Regulates Insulin Secretion Through Complex of Receptors, Finds New Study
Monash scientists find ‘bad guy’ blood cells vital to gut health
Barnett’s slip up spells bad move for Antarctic Division
Real-time Imaging of Dynamic Atom-atom Interactions
Study sheds light on how scramblase proteins rearrange cell membranes
Multi-scale imaging confirms protein’s role in neuronal structure, dynamics
Unique insight into inner workings of our cellular powerplants
Promising anticancer molecule identified
Trio of Manchester scientists win Royal Society of Chemistry prizes
Shaping up Genome for Cell Division
$2.4m boost to advance R&D
Discovery offers starting point for better gene-editing tools
Our understanding of atom powers nuclear and accelerator techniques
Novel Method for Real-time Live Cell Imaging of Collagen Synthesis
Molecular glue for turning on human cell pluripotency
Bones, constructed like prestressed concrete
Promising combination therapy for triple-negative breast cancer
Researchers use machine learning to speed up counting of microplastics
Preclinical study illuminates origin of epileptic seizures
Quality Control for Single Cell Imaging
Electron Lens Formed by Light: New Method for Atomic-resolution Electron Microscopes
Scientists Pinpoint What Makes Brain Cells Develop in Specific Order
Monash-led projects awarded $17 million in VHESIF funding
Why Sentinel Cells are so Important
Checkpoints enable precision in cells’ molecule intake
Materials research dedicated CT scanner is first of its kind in WA
Molecular key may unlock new treatments for neurodegenerative disorders
Study reveals structure of anti-tumor therapy’s target
Research challenges assumptions about deep-sea volcanic eruptions
Research challenge assumptions about deep-sea volcanic eruptions
Vaccine-induced T cells provide long-lasting immune response to Covid: study
Findings challenge assumptions about deep-sea volcanic eruptions
Bacteria-shredding insect wings inspire new antibacterial packaging