A very techie Christmas


We’ve already started opening our presents. Christmas has come early as new technologies take their place in our labs, promising to speed up childhood cancer research.

'Single cell sequencer on lab bench

When I grow up, I want to cure cancer


PhD student Ashleigh Fordham tells how her mum's diagnosis with breast cancer was the catalyst for her future career - a scientist curing cancer.

'PhD student Ashleigh Fordham now and (inset) at age 5

Emerging researchers: Dan Carter, project leader


In the final post in our three-part series about emerging researchers, Dr Dan Carter talks about making discoveries that contribute towards a cure.


PhD scholarships for tomorrow’s research leaders


Planning on a PhD in biomedical research? We have four prestigious scholarships on offer for the best and brightest.

'PhD students in the lab

Kids’ cancer a priority


Children’s cancers are a focus for three priority-driven research grants announced this week by Cancer Australia.


Awareness Wednesday: Neuroblastoma


Find out more about the childhood cancer neuroblastoma, see what’s new in research into this disease and meet a neuroblastoma researcher