Researchers have published details of the first ever complete, gapless sequence of a human genome.

La Trobe University has received a large philanthropic donation to advance its autism research program.

Researchers have worked out how to switch off a part of the brain linked to debilitating neurodegenerative disorders.

This week's federal budget should include $1 billion over 10 years for the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

A major regional health service in Queensland is facing charges over alleged failure to protect its staff.

There is new hope for cystic fibrosis sufferers as a groundbreaking new drug is added to the PBS.

Experts say smarter and more targeted approaches to eating disorders are needed.

Over a third of the COVID-19 researchers in a recent survey never experienced harassment until the pandemic began.

The bacteria-shredding wings of insects have inspired new antibacterial packaging.

Australia’s blood supply faces challenges, as fewer first time donors have negative blood types.

New research shows negativity on social media rose dramatically in Australia at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

A new study suggests a fourth dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine may have only marginal benefits for the young and healthy.

Australian experts have made a key finding in the fight against antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

Questions are being asked about a large Queensland Government medical services contract.

Over 80 per cent of Australian parents appear to support the teaching of gender and sexuality diversity in schools.

The Federal Government has launched a new tendering process for NDIS community partners.

Scientists have developed an immune system on a chip.

Australian researchers are working on ways to improve the passage of high-tech nano-particles through the body.

The Federal Government has successfully avoided taking responsibility for protecting young people from climate change.

Swedish scientists say spider silk can stabilise a cancer-suppressing protein.

Research shows ‘gay conversion’ practices can cause significant harms.

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