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Image - Research Runtime: Opportunity for collaboration; Speed networking for researchers and clinicians
Created as an opportunity to explore collaborations between researchers and clinicians, the inaugural Research Runtime was recently hosted by UNSW Medicine and brought staff together to explore the...
Published: 24 April 2018
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High-speed imaging techniques have revealed that a coordinated “zippering” up of expanding rings on the surface of developing embryos is a critical step in their healthy development. Scientists have...
Published: 23 March 2018
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Scientia Professor Katharina Gaus of UNSW Medicine has been named as a laureate of the Khwarizmi International Award for her achievements in single molecule imaging to visualise how T cells initiate...
Published: 29 January 2018
Image - Insight into the Exquisite Interactions Between Host and Pathogen
“A virus is a pathogen that knows more about us than we do, and by understanding it, we can understand more about ourselves, ” explains Dr David Jacques, a structural biologist who was recruited to...
Published: 4 January 2018
We can use mechanobiology to learn how immune cells attack cancer cells. from www.shutterstock.com Joshua Chou, University of Technology Sydney; Kate Poole, UNSW, and Maté Biro, UNSW Mechanical...
Published: 29 November 2017
Image - Lee Lab’s Winning Streak Continues at 2017 BIOMOD Competition
Lawrence Lee and members of his research group at Single Molecule Science have mentored yet another team of undergraduate students to victory at the international biomolecular design competition for...
Published: 21 November 2017
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UNSW’s Team Tiny Trap cleaned up at the 2016 BIOMOD, Biomolecular Design competition with their innovative design for targeted drug delivery. Team Tiny Trap created a novel nanostructure that...
Published: 22 November 2016
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Group leader, Dr Senthil Arumugam joins Single Molecule Science to learn how to reroute cargoes like viruses inside cells so they can be destroyed by the host, rather than cause tissue damage and...
Published: 12 October 2016
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First year PhD student, Matt Govendir from the Biro research group (Cell Motility and Mechanobiology) took home the prize – a gift voucher and a bottle of bubbly  - of best thesis presentation....
Published: 7 October 2016
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Using a new microscopy technique, UNSW researchers have identified the shapes of nanoparticles most effective at delivering drugs to target sites inside cells, for the greatest impact. Scientia...
Published: 13 September 2016

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