Monash BDI scientists shine in Victorian Cancer Agency grants
Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) researchers have scooped nearly half of the Victorian Cancer Agency’s (VCA) 2020 Mid-Career Research Fellowships (Biomedical Stream).
Sophisticated imaging exposes elaborate cell transport system
Intracellular transport – the internal movement of cell components along myriad pathways – is incredibly complex, dynamic and difficult to observe using traditional imaging approaches.
Worried about the vaccine? Don’t be – we will be well protected
As we start the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines this month, questions raised over whether the two that are the pillars of the initial program, from AstraZeneca and Pfizer, are the right ones – compared with the vaccines in use in other
COVID-19 vaccine health-care workforce rollout begins
Monash BDI researcher Professor Anton Peleg was interviewed by ABC radio (46:06 – 52:16) host Virginia Trioli about the logistics of the COVID-19 rollout for health care workers at the Alfred Hospital.
Fear not, antibodies are fit to tackle COVID variants
The Atlantic ran a feature story about the body’s defence against coronavirus variants in which Monash BDI’s Associate Professor Kim Good-Jacobson appeared.
Monash BDI scientist shortlisted for international award
Talented, driven, dynamic, innovative, generous and “a scientific superstar” – are a few of the descriptions of Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) scientist Dr Olga Panagiotopoulou made by those
Soil bacteria hormone discovery provides fertile ground for new antibiotics
Mechanism for control of antibiotic production in soil bacteria is visualised for the first time by scientists at University of Warwick and Monash University
Breatharian bacteria breakdown greenhouse gases and toxic pollutants
Soil bacteria play a much greater role in regulating our atmosphere than previously thought.