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Aboriginal traditional healers should be given greater scope to practice their holistic healthcare treatments, a panel of leading health experts will argue at the University of Sydney this week.
The multi-disciplinary team including researchers from James Cook University, University of Sydney and Israel’s Ben Gurion University has developed a proof-of-concept process to create high quality renewable biofuel from the macroalgae, Oedogonium, ready for blending with regular gasoline, jet fuel and diesel.
Vaccine objection is a significant problem but it’s not the only barrier to our kids being protected against communicable diseases, new research reveals.
The University of Sydney has received a $35 million gift from the Susan and Isaac Wakil Foundation. In 2015 the Wakils gave an unprecedented $10.8 million to Sydney Nursing School to establish 12 annual nursing scholarships, bringing their total University giving to nearly $46 million.
Pakistan’s spiraling death rate due to chronic kidney disease could be dramatically reduced by a pioneering hemodialysis mixing and delivery process, a University of Sydney masters researcher will allege at the IET Present Around the World Competition being held on Friday in Perth.
Taha Shakoh will represent NSW showcasing his improvement on a simple mixing and central delivery system currently used in kidney dialysis.
The first facility built for nanoscience in Australia is launched at the University of Sydney today. The Australian Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology is the most advanced facility for nanoscience in the region.