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La Trobe University to house BioNTech’s new mRNA manufacturing facility

La Trobe University’s Melbourne campus will soon become home to a new BioNTech facility that will manufacture new investigational mRNA therapies for serious diseases like cancer. 

3D-printed tumour model paves way for faster, affordable, and less invasive cancer care

An international research team from the University of Waterloo has developed an innovative method that combines advanced bioprinting technologies with synthetic structures, such as microfluidic chips, to enhance 3D modelling of complex cancers.

Researchers identify new drug target to combat cancer drug resistance

Researchers at the University of Queensland (UQ) have identified a novel drug target that could potentially overcome drug resistance in cancer patients, thereby preventing tumour regrowth. 

Immutep gets green light for large-scale cancer product manufacturing for clinical trials

Immutep Limited, a clinical-stage biotechnology company specialising in LAG-3 immunotherapies for cancer and autoimmune diseases, has received regulatory authorisation for the commercial manufacturing of Eftilagimod Alpha (efti) at a scale of 2,000 litres for clinical trial use. 

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre granted $1 million for mRNA research

Researchers at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre are set to receive a $1 million grant from the Victorian government for the development of new mRNA treatments for various hard-to-treat cancers.  

WEHI-led research on anti-cancer vaccine receives $900,000 MRFF funding

Walter and Eliza Hall of Medical Research (WEHI) has received a $900,000 grant from the Medical Research Future Fund for a research study that could produce a vaccine for patients with hard-to-treat cancers.

Inventia Life Science wins 2019 Good Design Award of the Year for its Rastrum...

Australian biomedical company Inventia Life Science is the winner of the 2019 Good Design Award of the Year for its Rastrum 3D Bioprinter –...
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