This week we’re looking at immunotherapy. Harnessing the power of the immune system against cancer is yielding some amazing results. So what are the promises and challenges of immunotherapy?
This week we’re exploring cancer genomics. What is it, why is it important, and how can we use it to improve cancer treatment?
Helena Wylie, Director of the Dalwood-Wylie Charitable Foundation, recently dropped by to see a new piece of essential equipment purchased by the Foundation.
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.
Clinical trials are an essential step in translational research - taking a promising new anti-cancer treatment from bench to bedside.
Karessa Mercado keeps our ACRF Drug Discovery Centre, with its state-of-the-art robotics, running smoothly.
Coding is not just for tech nerds in jeans and backwards-facing baseball caps. Some of our researchers have been learning coding to speed up their research.
A tiny, heat-loving microbe is at the centre of the genomics revolution. It plays a vital role in the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), a technique that has transformed life sciences research.
Researchers are known to immerse themselves in their science but, as Dr Amelia Parker found, Virtual Reality (VR) takes that notion to a whole new level.
The Human Genome Project was just the beginning. We asked bioinformatician Chelsea Mayoh why big data wrangling is a growth area in medical research.