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Australian tech fractionator inks $608m deal to build plasma hub in Singapore, Cambodia

New South Wales-based Aegros is set to construct a fully funded USD 400 million (AUD 608 million) 1,000,000 litre HaemaFrac plasma fractionation facility in Singapore, with a sterile fill and finish plant in Cambodia, to supply the Asian market with local plasma.
Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) images by Dr Ruhani Singh and Dr Jacinta White

New research aims to end the refrigeration of vaccines

Researchers at Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, have developed a technique that addresses the challenge of transporting temperature-dependent vaccines, which researchers hope may increase access in rural and remote communities in Australia and developing countries.

PepsiCo vows to reduce sugar content in its soft drinks by 2025

PepsiCo has pledged to significantly reduce the calorie count of its beverages by 2025 in response to changing consumer and societal needs. The beverage giant...

BHP Billiton joins battle against Ebola outbreak In West Africa with a US$400,000 donation

BHP Billiton Sustainable Communities has donated US$400,000 to the Pooled World Health Organisation (WHO) Ebola Response Fund established in response to the widespread devastation...
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