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Single Molecule Science at UNSW

UNSW’s Single Molecule Science initiative focuses on transforming medicine by providing a molecular perspective on complex biological systems and processes, encompassing biophysics, biochemistry and cell biology as well as nanotechnology and nanofabrication.

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Microscopy image of T cells with chimeric antigen receptors. Different elements are fluorescently tagged; a negative regulator in blue, and a recruited enzyme in yellow
To understand precisely how the T cell receptor operates to drive an immune response – or decide to remain at rest – Dr Jesse Goyette examines individual components of the T cell receptor to decipher...
Blood cells
A novel tool to dissect cancer development and diagnosis Cancer researchers in Sydney will soon have access to a deformability cytometer to accelerate their research. This instrument—the first of its...
A Wellcome Trust grant has been awarded to UNSW Sydney and UK researchers for HIV-1 research
UNSW Sydney and British Researchers have secured over AUD 4.6 million dollars (£2.5 million) of competitive funding from the Wellcome Trust, over five years, to study how the pandemic human...