Within 6 months of heart disease surgery, up to 60% of patients suffer from their arteries reblocking. Queensland scientists have discovered a way to precisely deliver drugs to blockage sites in the arteries – preventing complications after surgery to treat heart disease according to developer Anita Thomas and her colleagues at the University of Queensland. […]
Healing without scars and more effective therapy for women with period problems-those are possibilities raised by the research of Tu’uhevaha Kaitu’u-Lino (Tu’hu for short pron Tu hay) at Prince Henry’s Institute and Monash University.
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Fresh Science 2020. We are considering how and when to run Fresh Science this year. Nominations usually open around July, close in September and training and public events are held in October/November.