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Researchers shaping wounds

Prof Brant Gibson, co-director, CNBP Prof Brant Gibson is using the special sensing properties of certain nanodiamond particles to develop smart technology dressings for better...

Silk scaffolding that could change the way we treat wounds

Silk may embody luxury and extravagance, but the soft, strong material has therapeutic features too: it may one day help people with burns or...

There’s more to wound healing than meets the eye

Dealing with a minor cut or graze is usually pretty straightforward: stop the bleeding, maybe pop on some antiseptic, and leave it to knit...

Wound treatment: the chronic multi-billion-dollar problem

They might start as a blister from a new pair of shoes, or a scratch from an overly playful cat. But if these little...

Researchers shaping IVF

Darren Chow Darren Chow, a member of the Reproductive Success team at the University of Adelaide is a new addition to the highly collaborative research...

Researchers shaping pain

Dr Sanam Mustafa Dr Sanam Mustafa is a senior research associate at the University of Adelaide node of the CNBP. Trained as a molecular pharmacologist,...

Spotlight: Dr Kylie Dunning

A passion for helping hopeful parents facing fertility issues has driven Dr Kylie Dunning in her pioneering research into IVF. Dr Kylie Dunning is...

Looking for the ‘best in show’

For a couple unable to naturally conceive, in vitro fertilisation is often the only option – but it's one that involves months, even years, of...

IVF innovation a win for cattle industry

Next generation IVF techniques will bring a significant boost for the Australian cattle industry. A groundbreaking new technique to select embryos for IVF transfer in...

A peek into Australia’s first wound biobank

Wound care is complicated. We all respond differently to the accidents, circumstances and conditions that require us to heal. In diabetics, for instance, the...