Articles related to 'Molecular Science'
Two postgraduate researchers from Swinburne University of Technology have joined the global effort to maintain civilisation’s anti-bacterial defence by delving into the secrets of penicillin (the first antibiotic breakthrough in the 1940s), and investigating marine microorganisms considered a potential source of therapeutic drugs.
The exotic chemistry made possible by antimatter and its spectacular explosiveness is being applied to solve a problem that has taunted molecular biologists for decades.
While farmers the world over have been struggling under the withering impact of a drying climate, new research is helping scientists crack the genetic code of a family of proteins that could help Australia - the world's driest inhabited continent - continue to see its wheat industry flourish.
After years of controversy, researchers are working hard to make advanced new medical treatments a reality