National honour for Queensland researcher

National honour for Queensland researcher

16 December 2003 Australia's peak scientific body the Australian Academy of Science has awarded a Queensland scientist from the University of Queensland's Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) the prestigious Gottschalk Medal for m...

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Anti-obesity gene flexes its muscle

Anti-obesity gene flexes its muscle

9 December 2003 A critical target in the war against obesity which may lead to improved treatments has been identified in a world first by a research team from UQ's Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB). Obesity is r...

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Boost for Australia's health research

Boost for Australia's health research

12 November 2003 Research into the genetic basis of skin cancer susceptibility at The University of Queensland's Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) was just one project supported in the latest competitive round ...

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Grant successes boost IMB research

Grant successes boost IMB research

16 October 2003 Determining the structures and functions of new proteins with exciting pharmaceutical and agricultural applications is just one of UQ's Institute for Molecular Bioscience's (IMB) research projects boos...

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New mining technology to help identify genes

New mining technology to help identify genes

25 September 2003 A researcher at The University of Queensland's Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) is opening new avenues of scientific exploration by using 'database mining' to extract valuable information about how cells work...

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New research centre applying maths to biology

New research centre applying maths to biology

19 August 2003 Understanding how all the information encoded in the human genome actually 'comes to life' was boosted yesterday (19/08/03) when the Federal Government announced almost $4 million funding for the Australian Research Co...

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IMB researcher tops world list

IMB researcher tops world list

11 June 2003   Queensland's reputation as the Smart State has been further enforced with a researcher from the University of Queensland's Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) rating as one of the world's most cited authors.

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New building allows new appointments

New building allows new appointments

Two internationally recognised scientists have migrated north to the University of Queensland (UQ) to further their research exploring Australia's biodiversity and setting up a world class proteomics facility.

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Medication has helped reduce Australian suicide rate

Medication has helped reduce Australian suicide rate

9 May 2003 Access to antidepressant medication has had a significant impact on suicide deaths in Australia a new study has found. Featuring researchers from the University of Queensland's (UQ) Institute for Molecular Bioscien...

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Trans-Tasman team to fight disease

Trans-Tasman team to fight disease

9 April 2003 A new international research collaboration signed today (09/04/03) will have significant implications in the development of therapeutics for human medicine. The agreement between New Zealand biotechnology company...

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Researcher rewarded with Federation Fellowship

Researcher rewarded with Federation Fellowship

20 March 2003 Stepping inside a virtual reality cell to compare diseased and healthy cells could be the result of research by one of Australia's latest Federation Fellows announced recently (20/03/03). The prestigious Federat...

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IMB scientist wins national award

IMB scientist wins national award

A Queensland scientist at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) has been awarded the prestigious 2002 Amersham Biosciences Medal ahead of other distinguished Australian researchers. The IMB's Professor Peter Koopman was awarded the Me...

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