AIBN research facility BASE hosted an RNA Afternoon on April 7, with Australian experts discussing mRNA therapy advances – and impacts such as on liver disease treatment.
The success of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines has demonstrated the potential of RNA therapies – and the University of Queensland is driving research and developing facilities to realise the potential.





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On International Womens’ Day, we asked AIBN’s Associate Professor Joy Wolfram what advice she would give to her 16-year-old self if she could mentor a younger Joy.
There are certain minute creatures which cannot be seen by the eyes, but which float in the air and enter the body through the mouth and nose and cause serious diseases

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