Health and medical students develop device to rapidly separate cells
Device to help neuroscientists test the effects of drugs.
Chemical derived from sea snails proving a potent cancer killer
New molecules proves promising against multi-drug resistant cancers.
Accelerating innovation through leading research
More than $2M for industry-connected research.
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New drug promising in the prevention of obesity
Graduand discovers new obesity drug.
Graduates celebrate at autumn ceremonies
1,500 students celebrate their graduation.
Body movement is more critical to a child’s learning than once thought
Body movement can boost children’s learning.
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