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Australians are living longer than they did in 1990 but some conditions, particularly chronic kidney disease and Alzheimer's disease are on the rise, according to a new analysis of trend data from 188 countries.

A major new class of antibodies that can make the four different types of dengue virus (DENV) non-infectious has been discovered by a group of international researchers, including from the University of Melbourne.

Unvalidated health information received from online forums could be placing people at risk according to recently published research from the University of Melbourne.

With the number of Internet connected devices rapidly increasing, researchers from Melbourne are starting a new research program to reduce energy consumption of such devices.

The University of Melbourne’s in-house entrepreneur accelerator, the Melbourne Accelerator Program, (MAP) is headed to Silicon Valley! 

Students from Japan, Indonesia, Korea, Singapore, China and the University of Melbourne will come together to work on potential engineering collaborations and exchange big ideas.

The effort to close the gap in Indigenous Eye Health is well on track according to a report launched today.

A new, low impact low energy laser treatment for patients with early age-related macular degeneration (AMD) has produced positive results by reducing indicators of the disease.

Inaugural Director of the Doherty Institute and leading HIV scientist and infectious disease physician Professor Sharon Lewin was named Melburnian of the Year, the City of Melbourne’s highest accolade, at a gala ceremony at Melbourne Town Hall over the weekend.

Urban planners have a bigger role to play in fighting obesity according to health and urban research experts at the University of Melbourne.

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