Dr Shiddiky is developing technology to detect immature tumour cells

Seeing people in his homeland die of cancer without proper treatment is motivating Dr Muhammad Shiddiky in his research at The University of Queensland's Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology.

12 December 2011

Innovation is something Professor Mark Kendall has long valued in his cutting-edge research at The Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, even if he has not labeled it that way.

12 December 2011

Queensland Premier Anna Bligh has announced a major new collaboration between DSM Biologics (The Netherlands), The University of Queensland’s Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN), and the State Government.

8 December 2011

Researchers at The University of Queensland's Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology are working with colleagues at the Pasteur Institute in Vietnam to progress research in vaccine development for pandemic avian influenza.

15 November 2011

Cheese-making and techniques for producing sustainable plastic dollar bills from sugar cane are among the new research projects on which The University of Queensland and industry partners will collaborate from next year.

2 November 2011

Leading Australian university, The University of Queensland, will continue its Global Challenges Leadership series with seminars and networking events in Vietnam this month.

11 October 2011

Oliver Squires is keen to make a difference, both in the field of health research and alleviation of world problems such as poverty and climate change.

21 September 2011

THE work of 15 researchers and supervisors has been honoured at a special ceremony to mark Research Week at The University of Queensland.

13 September 2011

The University of Queensland has taken out three awards in the 22nd Annual Australian Museum Eureka Prizes in Sydney last night.

7 September 2011
Dr Aaron Micallef has designed new compounds that mimic the activity of antioxidants found in wine and chocolate

Red wine and chocolate are part of the working week for Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology researcher Dr Aaron Micallef.

25 August 2011

One of Australia’s largest investments in a start-up biotechnology company – AUD15 million – has been made with the aim of developing a revolutionary new needle-free vaccine delivery system.

1 August 2011

Students from Toowong’s Queensland Academy for Science, Mathematics and Technology have seen first-hand how research is conducted in a cutting-edge lab.

19 July 2011

University of Queensland researchers have produced batches of a monoclonal antibody, which may offer hope as a potential therapeutic for Hendra virus infection in humans

12 July 2011

UQ AIBN commercialisation associate Dr Aoife Cullen is one of only five Australians selected for a scholarship to attend an intensive business studies program at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California.

10 July 2011
Associate Professor Stephen Mahler

Australian researchers aim to use a newly-funded collaboration to develop a new generation of cancer treatment, “supercharging” antibodies with a drug delivery vehicle for targeting tumours.

10 July 2011

The University of Queensland has received $180,000 funding from Queensland Health to continue the local production of an antibody for Hendra virus in humans.

20 May 2011

UQ research that aims to protect crops without incurring long-term environmental damage has won a major award and resulted in a licence agreement.

16 May 2011
Dr Esteban Marcellin in the lab

Moving from Mexico to Australia has proved to be a wise move for UQ researcher Dr Esteban Marcellin.

16 March 2011