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  • Dr Nghia Truong Phuoc from the CBNS

    Nghia Truong Phuoc talks about his recent working visit to University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). 

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    A multi-disciplinary symposium spanning cell biology, single cell pharmacology, high-resolution imaging, 3D visualisation, structural biology, polymer chemistry and nanodelivery to provide opportunities for discussion and collaboration.

    We will hear from leading scientists who are using a broad range of techniques to reveal links between compartmentalisation, disease and treatment.

  • CBNS researchers at work in the lab

    Australian cancer scientists have established a highly hopeful nanomedicine that could improve treatment for Australia’s deadliest cancer—pancreatic cancer. Most often diagnosed at an advanced stage, this type of cancer has one of the lowest survival rates.