News file for: University of Queensland
The ARC Center of Excellence in Advanced Molecular Imaging will help to answer how single molecules function in the context of immune cells.
A genetic study of 253,288 individuals has helped scientists pinpoint the elusive genes related to height in humans.
A better understanding of how proteins are sorted and transported in the cell could lead to new treatments for neurodegenerative diseases.
The extraordinary migratory behavior of Monarch butterflies is largely determined by a single gene, scientists say.
Inspired by the mantis shrimp’s elegant visual system based on polarized light, scientists have developed a camera that can see cancer.
The discovery of a supermassive black hole in the dwarf galaxy M60-UCD1 suggests that such black holes may be more common than currently thought.
Who are you calling bird brain? It turns out that birds are more precise in navigating their bodies than humans are.
Caffeine has been shown to improve exercise capacity and muscle strength in prostate cancer survivors in a small randomized trial.
Armed with the sequence of the coffee genome, scientists could develop coffee varieties that are naturally caffeine-free.
The ability to track how old a protein is could lead to a better understanding of processes such as learning and memory.