Public lecture at Melbourne Knowledge Week

We’re determined to connect with curious minds, and being involved in Melbourne Knowledge Week for the second year, is a good start! AI Stephanie Gras, MKW veteran and AI Michelle Dunstone, first-timer, entertained and

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Farewell and best wishes to Stephanie

Finally, we end this month’s newsletter with the news that Stephanie Pradier, our Media & Communications Manager, will shortly be leaving us to take up a new role as Communications Manager at the Co-operative

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Virus vs Host — an evolutionary arms race

MELBOURNE, TUESDAY APRIL 4, 2017: Imaging CoE scientists have solved a 40-year old mystery and shed light on an evolutionary arms race played out between cytomegalovirus (CMV) and the immune system. Human CMV, also known

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Industry Engagement training @ Monash

Financial support valued at $500 is available to sponsor a limited number of Monash BDI researchers to participate in the Bridge Program, which transfers skills on the commercialisation of pharmaceutical research.

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New findings into gene regulation

Imaging CoE AI Chen Davidovich researches enzymes that regulate genes. His latest publication details how PRC2 could be used as a target for cancer drugs.

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New tool reveals how special immune cells fight bacteria

We all know that green leafy vegetables, seafood, meat, dairy, cereals and even mushrooms, almonds and vegemite are all healthy for us. One essential ingredients in them is vitamin B2 (riboflavin). And, vitamin B2 enriches our immune system. But did you know that bacteria in our bodies also make this vitamin?

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Formal collaboration with Cardiff University

Monash University’s Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) and Cardiff University’s Systems Immunity Research Institute have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) that will see the two institutes extend their collaborative activities. The five year mutual

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Barcode scanner microscope films neurons firing

Engineers at ANU have built an advanced microscope using barcode laser scanner technology that can film moving blood cells and neurons firing in living animals. Lead researcher and Imaging CoE AI Steve Lee, a

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