Professor Alice Vrielink is using the Australian Synchrotron to unlock the secrets of multidrug-resistant bacteria.
Gunilla Haydon has led Australia's first qualitative study into the experiences of people who have survived a cardiac arrest.
On International Nurses Day, the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation spoke out against the negative impacts of the Budget on nurses.
Advances in mobile duress alarms provide security for greater numbers of staff at risk in the healthcare environment.
$205,000 will be shared by eight Australian researchers, underpinning new research projects and supporting future leaders in stroke.
"We've been lobbying on this issue since it first arose in 2014 because we know removing registered nurses from high-care nursing homes will erode the safety measures that protect staff and residents."
Finally Australia has access to this easy-to-use antidote for alcohol poisoning.
This safe, affordable and easy-to-use sun-sensitive sensor discolours gradually in response to UV light.
Medicines play a vital role in the treatment of many diseases, and Australian patients generally have access to an excellent range of world-class therapies. However, in recent years, concerns have been raised about the time taken for Australian patients to access new medicines.
This new method of collecting urine samples from very young patients is safer, gentler and quicker.
Eccentric exercise does not involve going for a run in a silly costume.
A link has been found between the use of antimuscarinic drugs and depression.
Occupational exposure to extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields was associated with a heightened risk of developing ALS among the men.
With more drugs in the pipeline and many related gene discoveries offering hope, the future is brighter for people with rheumatoid arthritis.
Sometimes science and art collide as Dr Sophie Wiszniak discovered when she entered this beautifully stained cross-section of a developing embryo into the Scimex Multimedia Hub image competition.