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9 October 2014

Janet Davies on ABC 612 discussing Hayfever

Millions of Australian suffer from hayfever, and allergy to grass pollen is a common culprit. We speak to two pollen researchers about a new allergy t
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9 October 2014

TRI discusses the latest in the war against obesity

The Translation Research Institute (TRI), Australia’s most innovative biomedical research facility, will hold a Café Scientifique Sunday 12 October.
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3 October 2014

Herpes Simplex vaccine development passes first trial

Professor Ian Frazer has had early success in trials for a new vaccine to treat the herpes simplex virus.
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2 October 2014

New hay fever blood test nothing to sneeze at

Researchers have developed a blood test that can accurately detect one of the commonest causes of hay fever, paving the way for new treatments.
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1 October 2014

New gene research helps pinpoint prostate cancer risk

Worldwide team of researchers carry out the largest-ever analysis of the cancer's genetic biomarkers to help better predict risk of prostate cancer.
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Events

19 July 2024 11:00 AM1:00 PM

TRI Seminar Series: Cancer

Come along to the second instalment of the TRI Seminar Series for 2024, focusing on Cancer Metabolism.
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26 July 2024 12:30 PM2:30 PM

Special Ethical Bystander Training – Males only

Ethical bystanders play an essential role in nurturing a safe and respectful workplace with a zero-tolerance to violence. This Special Ethical Bystander Training session is targeted towards males as they have been underrepresented at past Ethical Bystander Training at TRI and UQ.
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