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A new nanodevice designed by AIBN researchers analyses sugars on the surface of cellular messenger particles to catch early signs of lung cancer.
A new parcel of federal funding will help AIBN researchers produce clinical-grade mRNA products that are safer and better quality, and will potentially cost less.

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Professor Lianzhou Wang has been named UQ's first ever ARC Industry Laureate Fellow, winning $3.6 million to help position Australia as a leading supplier of superior batteries for electric vehicles.
Work on a new range of hyper accurate cancer drugs has begun with the launch of an Australian-first research and manufacturing hub.

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