From Australian Doctor, 24 February 2006.From seizure-alert dogs to goldfish that lower your blood pressure, it seems pets come with a host of health benefits — they can even be life-savers. Read more.
From CSIRO’s Solve magazine, February 2006:It is barely the size of a fingernail but when it comes to finding millions of tonnes of undiscovered ore, a little SQUID goes a long way. SQUIDs – Superconducting Quantum Interference Devices – are extremely sensitive magnetic sensors that are allowing mining companies to locate ore deposits missed by … Continue reading A little SQUID goes a long way
From Australian Doctor, 3 February 2006No microscope can see it and no assay can detect it, but stress has been linked with cancer, infertility and immune-suppression. Worried? Don’t be — you’ll only make it worse. Read more
From Australian Doctor, 28 September 2005Just when it seemed statins couldn’t get any bigger, studies are suggesting they may have a role to play in conditions ranging from Alzheimer’s disease to cancer. Read more. From Australian Doctor, 16 November 2005An unglamorous quest to discover why HIV-positive men were plagued with anal warts led Professor Ian … Continue reading Some recent articles