Australian oncologists have designed an app which harnesses smartphone technology to help patients fight cancer by tracking their symptoms, emotions and appointments, and keeping them connected to family, friends and a global community.Read More
t has been a big few of months for 2017 elevate61 program participants CancerAid! CancerAid is a first-of-its-kind tool that helps anyone diagnosed with cancer navigate through each stage of their cancer journey, receive care remotely and reduce the isolation of illness.Read More
Smaller than a postage stamp and covered in vaccine-coated microscopic projections, the Nanopatch promises to save the lives of millions of people worldwide by giving them access to safe, effective and needle-free vaccinations.Read More
Meet the next generation of scientific leaders who are developing our knowledge of the universe and finding new ways to solve complex problems. From a heart device that works without a pulse, to the race to build the world's first quantum computer.Read More
Jennie Brand-Miller holds many titles. She is a Professor of Human Nutrition at the University of Sydney, a finalist in the 2006 Australian of the Year Award, a published author (her books have sold millions of copies around the world) and a user, and strong advocate of the Cochlear implant.Read More
Australian biotechnology company Vaxine and its US partners are developing a vaccine that could revolutionise the treatment of dementia and Alzheimer’s, a disease with 7.5 million new sufferers around the world every year.Read More
There is no surprise that Professor David Fidock has been awarded the winner of the Advance Life Sciences category – he has an impressive resume to boot.