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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.
The largest study of the impact of COVID on workplace disruption to frontline health care workers has revealed some startling findings.
World-leading experts will work with Government, industry and research partners to establish and scale mRNA vaccine manufacturing in Victoria.
Dr Gavin Knott is part of the international team of scientists that have developed a 20-minute, hand-held COVID-19 test for mass screening.
A Monash team has invented a new metric, the PALY, to measure the impact of disease on people's work productivity.