The Australian Government has released findings from the investigation into the spread of COVID-19 at Sydney aged-care facility Newmarch House.
A novel surgical glue can help join blood vessels and close wounds faster than current bioadhesives and may serve as a platform to deliver pain relief drugs.
CSIRO has welcomed the Australian Government's agreement with AstraZeneca, which will give Australians access to the University of Oxford's COVID-19 vaccine.
Research presented at the American Chemical Society Fall 2020 Virtual Meeting & Expo has examined the presence of micro- and nanoplastics in human organs and tissues.
A UniSA researcher and qualified midwife warns that guidelines discouraging women from attending face-to-face antenatal visits could result in a spike in stillbirths.
A novel form of oxytocin is in accelerated development at Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences to address the world's leading cause of maternal mortality.
Researchers and clinical experts led by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute have produced Australian clinical guidelines to improve the rehabilitation of children who have a stroke.
Australian experts have responded to reports that Russia has approved a COVID-19 vaccine known as Sputnik V for widespread use after less than two months of human testing.
National guidance needs to be urgently updated to reflect safest practice and acknowledge what we're learning about the airborne spread of the virus.
University of Leeds researchers have identified a pattern of long-term symptoms experienced by people hospitalised with COVID-19.
Researchers at Macquarie University's Nanotechnology Laboratory have created a personalised, wearable UV-sensitive device that could help millions avoid skin cancer.
A woman in her 30s claims to have acquired impetigo, a contagious skin infection, during her stay at a quarantine hotel in Sydney.
The team of doctors used stereotactic ablative body radiotherapy to treat a patient with a life-threatening arrhythmia known as ventricular tachycardia.
Researchers at the University of Adelaide are working with international partners to train sniffer dogs to detect COVID-19.
One in three of us is walking around with untreated tooth decay, while one in four has periodontal disease with periodontal pockets 4 mm or deeper.