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Tiny membrane key to safe drinking water

(CSIRO Australia) Using their own specially designed form of graphene, 'Graphair', CSIRO scientists have supercharged water purification, making it simpler, more effective and quicker.

Gene Discovery Unlocks Mysteries of Our Immunity

NewsAustralia's national science agency CSIRO has identified a new gene that plays a critical role in regulating the body's immune response to infection and disease.

CSIRO study urges Australians to avoid junk protein foods for healthy weight loss

Our favorite burger, pizza, and meat pie may need a re-think after new research by CSIRO shows Australians are not eating the right types, or the right quantity of protein for healthy weight loss.

What bacteria can teach us about combating atrazine contamination

(American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology) Researchers at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization of Australia, or CSIRO, are interested in harnessing the bacterial ability to degrade atrazine in order to remediate atrazine-polluted environments. In a new research paper published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, a team from CSIRO and Australian Nation...

#jobs #lifescience CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation): Research Director Marine Resources and Industries

Biotechnology, Pharma and Biopharma News – Research – Science – Lifescience ://Biotech-Biopharma-Pharma: CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation): Research Director Marine Resources and Industries . AU$152k to AU$191k, car allowance, up to $10k performance payment plus up to 15.4% … Continue reading → Cet article

CSIRO announces Earth observation centre

CSIRO has announced the establishment of its new Centre for Earth Observation, focused on collecting and analysing data about Earth from space. The centre will help Australian researchers maximise the benefits of observing Earth from space and further develop Australia’s space sector, which is estimated to be worth over $3 billion per year. It will coordinate a range of Earth-observing activiti...

CSIRO spotlights beautiful bacteria at Vivid Sydney

Deadly bacteria and viruses may not be the first thing you’d associate with Sydney’s annual festival of light, but according to CSIRO scientists, the sight of them is really quite spectacular. As part of Vivid Sydney 2018, light projections of infectious biological agents that most affect human health — including Ebola, Zika and influenza — will be expanded up to a billion times in size a...

FuturaGene's Exclusive License for RNAi Technology in Eucalyptus Enhanced by Grant of Patent in Brazil

Canberra, Australia and Sao Paulo, Brazil, January 17, 2018 / B3C newswire / -- FuturaGene, a wholly owned subsidiary of Suzano Pulp and Paper, and Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), are pleased to announce that a patent has been issued in Brazil to CSIRO, which covers the downregulation of the expression of plant target genes or other target genes...

Gene Discovery Unlocks Mysteries to Our Immunity

Australia's national science agency CSIRO has identified a new gene that plays a critical role in regulating the body's immune response to infection and disease

Hybrid swarm in global mega-pest

(CSIRO Australia) Scientists have confirmed the hybridization of two of the world's major pest species, into a new and improved mega-pest.

Aromatic Ring Reaction Named For Australian Scientist

Andy Liepa, chief research scientist with the Molecular Science Division of Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (Csiro; Clayton, Victoria; (+) 61-039-545-2576) has just had a chemical reaction named after him...

Australian Chemist Gets His Own Reaction

What does Andy Liepa, a chief research chemist with Australia’s CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) have in common with the legendary Emil Fischer, Nobelist E.J. Corey, fellow Australian Arthur Birch, and a few hundred other famous and not-so-famous chemists?...

Researchers discover efficient and sustainable way to filter salt and metal ions from water

(Monash University) With two billion people worldwide lacking access to clean and safe drinking water, joint research by Monash University, CSIRO and the University of Texas at Austin published today in Sciences Advances may offer a breakthrough new solution.

Experts Confirm Hybridization of Mega-pests in Brazil

Scientists from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) have confirmed the hybridization of two major pest species into a new and improved mega-pest in Brazil. The evidences of the hybridization are discussed in a paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA. One of the pests is ...

Australian OGTR Invites Comments on GM Wheat Field Trial

Australia's Office of the Gene Technology Regulator (OGTR) is currently assessing license application DIR 162 from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), for a field trial (limited and controlled release) of wheat genetically modified for enhanced rust disease resistance.The field trial is proposed to take place i...

New lab to advance augmented reality research

CSIRO’s Data61 has opened a new facility purpose-built for applied research into novel augmented reality, virtual reality and 3D web technologies — industries set to be worth $143 billion by 2021. The Immersive Environments Lab, part of CSIRO’s $100m research facility in Canberra, will allow researchers to develop new interactive computer graphics and computational imaging services, which w...

Australian OGTR Issues License for GM Wheat Field Trials

Australia's Office of the Gene Technology Regulator (OGTR) has issued a license to the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) authorizing the field trials of wheat genetically modified (GM) for rust disease resistance. The field trials for License Application DIR 162 will be carried out between September 2018 to Septem...

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Raise your glass to Australian science

The 2018 global Pint of Science festival is taking place next month, and Australian science enthusiasts are encouraged to join in the celebrations by paying a visit to their local pub. Originating in three cities in the UK in 2013, the Pint of Science festival has since grown to cover nearly 300 cities in 21 countries around the world. Australia’s east coast will kick off the festivities for 20...

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation Pharmaceuticals Healthcare Deals and Alliances Profile [Report Updated: 27022018] Prices from USD $250

SummaryCommonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation CSIRO is a national science agency that conducts research in climate adaptation, biosecurity, renewable and energy, farming and food production, and information technology, and mining and manufacturing services, and others. The agency provides astronomy and space science services such as radio astronomy, spacecraft tracking and sp...

Robotics expert selected as NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer

The NSW Government has announced the appointment of world-renowned robotics expert Professor Hugh Durrant-Whyte as the next NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer. Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Trade and Industry Niall Blair said Professor Durrant-Whyte, currently Chief Scientific Adviser for the UK Ministry of Defence, would start in the role on 3 September. “Professor Durrant-Whyte...

Scientists uncover a signal sent out by the first stars in the universe

For millions of years after the Big Bang, the universe was a cold place filled with hydrogen and helium created at the dawn of the universe.  And then, suddenly, there was light. For the first time, a team of astronomers think they've detected a signal from some of the first stars that formed less than 180 million years after the Big Bang.  Two new studies published in the journal Nature t...

Indee Labs Closes $2.6M in Seed Funding From Founders Fund’s FF Science and Main Sequence Ventures

Patients should not need to wait four months for these life-saving therapies Indee Labs received US$2.6M in venture financing extending its seed-stage funding to more than US$5.4M (AU$7.1M). This will accelerate the development of Indee Labs’ gene therapy manufacturing technology into a product that biotechnology companies can use for discovery-stage...

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Structure of protein pair could guide drug development

Researchers at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute have visualised how the protein SOCS1 ‘switches off’ cell signalling to dampen immune responses and block cancer growth. The atomic-level structure of SOCS1 binding to its partner protein JAK may guide the development of new drugs that modify JAK activity, amplifying or dampening cell responses, with potential applications in cancer therapies. T...

Seed funding for biomedical projects

Four clinically led biomedical engineering projects have received seed funding from the UNSW faculties of Medicine and Engineering. UNSW is investing up to $1.8 million on projects that engage clinicians in solving problems such as sleep apnoea, keeping the elderly safe in their homes, improving medical image analysis and guiding radiotherapy treatments for cancer patients. This is the first tim...

Young scientists to attend 68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

Eight rising stars of Australian science have been selected to attend the 68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting — a highly prestigious annual gathering of Nobel Laureates and promising young scientists from around the world. Selected by the Australian Academy of Science and the Council for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, the Australian delegation will join 592 other scientists, all under the a...

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