Dr Marion Le Grand is a Research Officer in our Tumour Biology and Targeting Program. She tells us what she does, and why she came all the way from France to do it.
Ground-breaking virtual reality (VR) technology is allowing multiple scientists to see inside a human cell at the same time.
Planning on a PhD in biomedical research? We have four prestigious scholarships on offer for the best and brightest.
This article, originally published in The Conversation, tells how nanomedicine packages and delivers cancer drugs where they’re needed.
In the first in a series of three posts on emerging researchers, we profile Amelia Parker whose PhD research explored cell skeletons and their roles in cancer
In a capital famous for its impressive monuments, last week’s American Association for Cancer Research annual meeting (AACR) was an impressive meeting of minds.
Dr Orazio Vittorio explains how working with parents gives his childhood cancer research a reality check.
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.
This week, science stars gathered at a dinner for 50+ past, present and (hopefully) future Tall Poppy Award winners from NSW.
Cell skeletons have been anti-cancer drug targets since the 1950s. Research suggests new ways to target them, says Dr Amelia Parker in Australasian Science this month.