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IGNITE IDEAS FUND - ADVANCE QUEENSLAND

Supports startups and small to medium Queensland businesses to commercialise market ready innovative ideas that will help them grow and compete in a g

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CHINA'S TORCH DELEGATION VISITS TRI

China's successful Torch Program brings delegation to QLD & TRI

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LINKING STUDENTS WITH BUSINESS AT RIBIT EVENT

Ribit's yearly Job Networking at QLD Parliament House connects students with business and prospective employers

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AUSTRALIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE HONORIFIC AWARD NOMINATIONS OPEN

Several awards, travel fellowships and conference funding available.

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STREET SCIENCE WRAP-UP

Over 50,000 people converged on South Bank across two days to immerse themselves in the world of science.

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MERCK RESEARCH GRANTS OPEN

Merck offer a series of research grants to stimulate innovative research in challenging areas of future importance.

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COMMONWEALTH GAMES TRAVEL PLANS

With the Commonwealth Games upon us check out these details for travel to and from TRI

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ASMR QUEENSLAND HEALTH & MEDICAL RESEARCH AWARDS NOW OPEN

The 2018 Australian Society for Medical Research Queensland Health & Medical Research Awards are now open

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APEC SCIENCE PRIZE FOR INNOVATION NOW OPEN

The call for nominations for APEC Science Prize for Innovation, Research and Education (ASPIRE) 2018 are now open.

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CERVICAL CANCER ERADICATION ON THE HORIZON

Australia on track to be first country to eliminate cervical cancer.

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KIDNEY HEALTH WEEK 2018

Kidney Health Week starts from March 5 to 11. It is to raise awareness of kidney disease and Kidney Health® Australia.

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TWO IN ONE: HUMAN PLACENTA STEM CELLS HOLD A DUAL BENEFIT

Two in one: human placenta stem cells hold a dual benefit

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PROVING THE LINK BETWEEN STRESS AND IMMUNE FUNCTION

Proving the link between high stress and ill health and disease is becoming increasingly important particularly when it comes to cancer patients

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INSPIRED TO TURN IDEAS INTO REALITY

TRI's Science Business Inspiration Series has begun for 2018 with its first session 'Got a Science Business Idea? Make it Happen?

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SPARQ-ED WINNERS AT QUEENSLAND EDUCATION AWARDS


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TRANSLATIONAL KIDNEY RESEARCH AT TRI GAINS MOMENTUM

Translational kidney research at TRI is gaining momentum after receiving national funding and international recognition.

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UNIVERSAL BIOTECH'S INNOVATION PRIZE IS BACK

Coming up to its 10th consecutive year, Universal Biotech's Innovation Prize will be open for submissions from 5th Feburary to 30th of April.

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WINNER'S ANNOUNCED FOR TRI DEVELOPMENT AWARDS

Immunotherapy project and a Peritoneal Dialysis mobile app receive this year's TRI Development Award

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SIMPLE SALIVA TEST AIMS TO DETECT HPV THROAT CANCER

Simple saliva test to help identify people with at risk of early stage HPV throat cancer.

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HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS GET A TASTE OF RESEARCHER LIFE AT TRI

TRI welcomed 28 Year 12 students from all over Australia on January 16 for the National Youth Science Forum (NYSF).

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POTASSIUM AND BLOOD PRESSURE LINK INVESTIGATED FURTHER

A trial at the Princess Alexandra Hospital by UQDI will investigate the effect of dietary potassium on blood pressure.

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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES REMAINING NHRMC FUNDING

Remaining NHRMC funding grants announced with a number of TRI based researchers on the list.

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RESEARCHERS SHOW ASPIRIN ADDED TO CANCER DRUG IMPROVES EFFECTIVENESS

Adding aspirin to some existing cancer drugs could increase their effectiveness against a group of tumours resistant to treatment, new research has sh

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IMMUNOTHERAPY FOR TREATMENT OF TYPE 1 DIABETES

Researchers at The University of Queensland are hoping a new form of immunotherapy could lead to better treatment of type 1 diabetes.

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