Congratulations to the Microbiology and Immunology graduands who were awarded their degrees on Saturday 15 August.
Congratulations to Dr Ros Kemp, who was announced last night as a winner of the Sustained Excellence in Tertiary Teaching award under the General category.
In a paper just published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), Professor Greg Cook and colleagues have demonstrated for the first time that acidobacteria, the second most dominant bacteria in global soils, rely on hydrogen gas for survival.
Professor Greg Cook, Dr Htin Aung, and Dr Phillip Hill (Centre for International Health) have been awarded $450,000 to investigate the genetic basis of tuberculosis (TB) drug resistance in Indonesia and Myanmar. The funding has been made available as part of the e-Asia HRC (Health Research Council) Joint Research Programme.