We joined forces with McDonald Jones Homes and Walker Corporation to undertake an extraordinary challenge – building a house in 28 days.
From lab gown to ball gown, virus protection suit to three-piece suit – scientists sparkled in their finery at the Australian Museum Eureka Prizes last night.
We’re proud to share the news that our Executive Director is in the running for a 2017 Australian Museum Eureka Prize.
In the final post in our three-part series about emerging researchers, Dr Dan Carter talks about making discoveries that contribute towards a cure.
Planning on a PhD in biomedical research? We have four prestigious scholarships on offer for the best and brightest.
Brain tumours are among the deadliest childhood cancers and Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) one of the most aggressive. But we’re making progress in the search for effective treatments.
An award for our brain cancer team recognises research into one of the nastiest childhood cancers. Our team will test potential new treatments on tiny soccer balls of cells.
We're starving neuroblastoma of polyamines with drug DFMO. But there won't be just one cure for such a diverse disease.
Better targeted therapies for neuroblastoma are desperately needed. They’re now a step closer.
As Australia Day looms, we reflect on the achievements of our founders and research leaders who, in past years, were awarded Australian honours.