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Researchers generate the first model of a human blastocyst from skin cells, called an iBlastoid, which allows scientists to study the very early days of human development and potential causes of infertility and congenital diseases.
Scientists from Monash's Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute have made a new discovery that may lead to faster recovery from muscle injury and wasting diseases.
World-leading experts will work with Government, industry and research partners to establish and scale mRNA vaccine manufacturing in Victoria.
Professor Anthony Dear from Monash Eastern Health Clinical School investigates whether a drug used for Type 2 diabetes can offer new hope for people suffering a life-threatening aneurysm in the abdomen.
Researchers have uncovered for the first time a way to prevent and reverse damage caused by broken-heart syndrome, also known as Takotsubo cardiomyopathy.