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Monash researchers’ medical cocktail is a breath of fresh air for asthmatics

Mixing drugs and alcohol? That might be a no-no but breathe easy. It seems just right when it comes to designing the better asthma inhaler. A Monash University research team led by Dr Meng Wai Woo hit upon the novel medical cocktail to address an age-old problem of efficiently delivering asthma drugs.

Which boffins pocket which grants, and at what benefit to the community? [Excellence in...

The Australian Government invests big bucks in research each year. But which nerdy boffins pocket the cash, and at what benefit to the community?

Six added to council that advises Australian government on R&D investment

Six people with academic specialties ranging from chemistry to the creative arts have been added to the Australian Research Council, which advises the Gillard government on investment in research and development.

$394m awarded for innovative Australian research

The Rudd Government yesterday awarded total funding of over $394 million for 1,145 Australian research projects.
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