Discoveries

Monash study may help boost peptide conception

You are the: 04 May 2021 Max Cryle, Associate Professor of Monash BDI Peptides – short chains of amino acids – play a vital role in health and industry with a wide range of medical uses, including in antibiotics, anti-inflammatories, and anti-cancer drugs. They are also used in the cosmetics …

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Funding to fight growing heart disease in children

Scientists at the University of Western Australia and the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute have received $ 500,000 to develop new treatments for the world’s leading cause of cardiac death in children. Financial support from global biotechnology company CSL will be used to further research into hypertrophic cardiomyopathy – also …

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Ivanhoe Mines celebrates Freedom Day in South Africa 2021, marking the 27th anniversary of freedom and democracy in the country

Ivanhoe’s journey of discovery and development during his discovery of level 1 Platreef palladium-platinum-nickel-copper-rhodium-gold also marks his 27th anniversary The co-chairs of Ivanhoe Mines, Robert Friedland and Yufeng “Miles” Sun, congratulate the people of South Africa on achieving 27 years of peace, freedom and democracy. It was on this day …

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A new American research model is needed today (opinion)

More than a century after Thomas Newcomen, a miner, and John Calley, his assistant plumber, invented the first useful steam engine, French scientist Sadi Carnot developed the theory of thermodynamics to explain it. And in 1903, bicycle makers Orville and Wilbur Wright performed the first powered flight, but the underlying …

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