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ADVANCE QUEENSLAND FOUNDERS’ FELLOWSHIPS

The Queensland Government is offering the opportunity for 10 Queensland researchers and clinicians to turn their ideas into commercial products and se

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THE BRIDGE PROGRAM

The Bridge Program is an industry led initiative designed to enhance the commercialisation of Australian pharmaceutical research by connecting biotech

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PRESTIGIOUS INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR LEADING QUT BIOMATERIALS SCIENTIST

Professor Hutmacher's work has been acknowledged with the Society's International Award which is bestowed on scientists who have been internationally

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WORLD SCIENCE FESTIVAL 2017 WRAP UP

From the 22nd to the 26th March 2017 Brisbane turned red for the 2nd annual World Science Festival.

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MELANOMA RESEARCH BREAKTHROUGH GIVES HOPE TO TREATMENT

A QUT-driven project has identified the way in which melanoma cells spread, opening up new pathways to treatment via drugs to ‘turn off’ the invasive

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SPARQ-ED EOI FOR 2017 IMMERSION PROJECTS

SPARQ-ed are seeking research projects for students

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2016 SPORE GRANT WINNERS ANNOUNCED

The Translational Research Institute (TRI) 2016 Spore Grants will provide seed funding for translational research into better ways of assessing whethe

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AMYLOID STUDY PINPOINTS PROTEIN CULPRITS

A five-year trial at a Brisbane Hospital has increased the accuracy of diagnosing patients with amyloidosis, a group of rare and incurable diseases ca

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2016 POSTER SYMPOSIUM WRAP UP

Yesterday, 25 October, the fourth TRI Poster Symposium was held on Level 2 at TRI. Over 100 guests were in attendance with over 80 participants displa

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10 TIPS TOWARDS HEALTH & VITALITY

On the 20th October, Murray from Peak Performance Bubble entertained TRI with a presentation about health and wellbeing. An ex-chef, Murray is now a l

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TRI-C OFFICIAL LAUNCH

Today TRI’s new Clinical Trial Facility at the Centre for Children’s Health Research was officially opened by Professor Carolyn Mountford, CEO & Direc

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COMMERCIALISATION PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM

An opportunity to work with global expertise at cutting-edge facilities is being provided to Queensland-based businesses, universities and research in

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GEOFF FAULKNER WINS CSL CENTENARY FELLOWSHIP

Congratulations to TRI based Mater and University of Queensland researcher Professor Geoff Faulkner who was recently awarded a significant grant from

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TOOWOOMBA FUNDRAISING EVENT A HUGE SUCCESS

TRI based QUT researcher Dr Elouise Dray talked to The Chronicle this week after attending the MJH Advisory Colour of Change lunch to show thanks for

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ANTJE BLUMENTHAL HONES IN ON NEW TB DRUGS

University of Queensland scientists are honing in on drug-resistant tuberculosis (TB) in a project which could lead to new antibiotics.

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WOS ROBYN BULL WINS WIT AWARD

Robyn Bull from Wonder of Science has received the Highly Commended Award in the Outstanding Educator Category of the 2016 Women in Technology Awards

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FANTOM5 WINS EUREKA INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION PRIZE

TRI based Professor Geoff Faulkner of Mater Research and UQ wins Scopus Eureka Prize

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ANIMAL WELFARE AND SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP

Techniplast Australia 2016 Animal Welfare & Science Scholarship open now

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CARE FOR YOUR HEALTH, CARE FOR YOUR FAMILY

The Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland (ECCQ) held an event last Saturday to coincide with World Hepatitis Day, with approximately 80 individual

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BREAST CANCER BREAKTHROUGHS FROM THE SIMPSON LAB

10 News Feature about the groundbreaking breast cancer work happening in the Simpson lab at TRI

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DARK SIDE OF THE SUN

A feature on SBS's The Feed this week highlighted the importance of skin scanning for all Australians

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SALIVA SWAB COULD REVOLUTIONISE MEDICAL TESTING

Queensland is hosting an Australasia symposium on saliva swab which could one day predict allergies and even Alzheimer's.

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AMYLOIDOSIS NEWS FEATURES PROTEOMICS FACILITY

Leukaemia Foundation's Amyloidosis News features an article by Dorothy Loo from the TRI Proteomics Core Facility

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CLIMB FOR CANCER WRAP UP

We made it to the top! The view from the roof top on the 37th floor was spectacular and 60 TRI based researchers were lucky enough to enjoy some time

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