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Repairing DNA damage in the human body – new insights into how cancers develop

NEWS
14 APR 2016 -

UNSW medical scientists have discovered that DNA repair is compromised at important regions of our genome, shedding new light on how cancers develop in the human body.

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A Closer Look at The New Frontier of Medical Research

NEWS
15 FEB 2016 -

When Professor Katharina Gaus was at University she was taught an important law of physics that outlined the maximum resolution of optical microscopy. This limit of 0.02...

Professor Katharina Gaus ( right) and postdoctoral student Dr Elvis Pandzic with one of the super-resolution microscopes at UNSW's Centre in Single Molecule Science.) PHOTO: Grant Turner

Leading-edge research set to improve outcomes for kids with cancer

NEWS
26 DEC 2015 -

UNSW childhood cancer researchers have been awarded close to $4.5 million to fund groundbreaking new research set to significantly improve the outcomes for children with cancer...

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Rock stars of the new economy

NEWS
11 DEC 2015 -

UNSW researchers and alumni are among the newly minted “rock stars of the Knowledge Nation 100”.

The inaugural Knowledge Nation 100 includes “...

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Scientists discover method for targeting the ‘Achilles heel’ of neuroblastoma

NEWS
06 NOV 2015 -

Australian scientists have identified a critical molecular ‘feedback loop’ that accelerates the progression of neuroblastoma, a cancer of the nervous system in children that is...

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