RESEARCH using mice and rat quadricep muscles to better understand muscle repair processes has utilised an artificial medium to study how natural muscle scaffolds repair themselves.
A CHEMOSENSITIVITY test hopes to identify which chemotherapy drugs will provide benefit and which may cause unwanted side effects for sarcoma cancer patients.
Three filmmaking workshops have been held in Broome, to help budding filmmakers develop the technical and creative skills required to produce a short film for the inaugural MUD AND SALTwater SHORT FILM FEST in September this year.
For the past twenty years Chris Hassell has been studying the migratory shorebirds of Roebuck Bay and Eighty Mile Beach, with the aim of unravelling their unique biology.
THE discovery of a Boeing 777 flaperon on Reunion Island has vaulted Malaysian Airlines flight 370’s disappearance into world headlines again, but is intensive media interest bringing us closer to the truth?
AN APP developed by Curtin University researchers is using facial recognition technology to detect pain in patients who cannot speak.
THIS week Murdoch University’s Professor Mike Jones considers the weird and wonderful world of plant breeding and genetic modification and how the law needs to catch up to science.
THIS week ECU’s Eyal Gringart sets about trying to correct misconceptions about the lack of value in hiring ageing workers by using scientific evidence to ensure those who are long in the tooth get a fair go in the workforce.
THEY say time waits for no man but David Gozzard might have found a way to at least tame it.
THE mysterious cosmic material dark matter has been credited with protecting dead galaxies in a cluster and preventing them from being ripped apart by the cluster’s enormous gravitational forces.