UQ researchers have reprogrammed adult kidney cells to act as stem cells to repair damaged kidneys impacted by chronic disease.
Asian markets are seeking foods with lower risk factors for diabetes, heart disease and obesity, according to a new research centre.
Queensland scientists have discovered dramatic improvements in spinal cord injuries when blocking the action of a protein receptor.
Adults suffering from asbestos-related diseases are needed to participate in a UQ study on the role nutrition plays in their quality of life.
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Dr Andrew Stephenson of UQ's School of Maths and Physics filed this report from Cairns.
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