Grant to fund technology that uses sound waves to vibrate chemical samples from acoustic microtube into assay-ready formats.
A new vaccine developed by Griffith University Institute for Glycomics researchers has the potential to treat and prevent toxic shock caused by invasive streptococcal disease, which kills more than 160,000 people every year. “Streptococcal toxic shock syndrome is an acute condition like meningococcus – if you get exposed to the organism you can be dead […]
A new approach is needed to develop workable solutions in a less confrontational manner.
NHMRC funding for Griffith researchers totals $5,167,963.
‘Cell suicide’ study could unlock treatment for brain diseases and development of disease-resistant plants.
Researchers determine how much waves are likely to change around the globe due to climate change.
Focusing on movement instead of muscle can enhance weightlifting performance, suggests research