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Development of ‘Mini-Insulin’ and the Implications for A Superior, Faster-Acting Human Insulin for Type 1 Diabetes Patients

University of Utah researchers are part of an international team, including Danes and Australians, that have developed the world’s smallest, fully functional version of the insulin hormone based on venom from the predatory cone snail. It’s been almost a hundred years...

Taiwan’s Chang Gung University Teams with Australian Researchers to Study Potential of Ivermectin Targeting COVID-19

Australia’s Monash University, along with the University of Melbourne and Taiwan’s Chang Gung University, signed a collaboration and nondisclosure agreement centering on the development of new drugs for potential use against viruses, including SARS-CoV-2—the virus...

Monash Receives Another $76 Million for Medical Research Breaking the Record

Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) awards Monash University over $75 million. This award is the largest among a total of over $400 million allocated to various research centers reports Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt. Medical research...

University of Newcastle and Hunter Medical Research Institute Seek Participants Over 70 for STAREE Study Sponsored by Monash University

The University of Newcastle and Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) in Australia seek participants in the Cessnock and the Hunter to consider participating in the STAREE trial—a government-funded, community-based clinical trial. Participants must be over 70 and...

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