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Mater researchers received two prestigious awards at this year’s Women in Technology (WiT) awards ceremony held at the Royal International Convention Centre last week (Friday 14 September).

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Sep

Mater Research recognised at 2018 Women in Technology Awards

A group of Mater researchers have discovered a key part to the bone marrow regeneration process which has the potential to improve outcomes for patients who require bone marrow transplants.

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Jul

New Mater research could improve bone marrow transplants

Two female researchers in Queensland have been awarded strategic grants as a step forward in closing the research and academic gender gap.

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Mar

180K to support women changing our world

Associate Professor Allison Pettit has recently been appointed to the position of Director of Biomedical Research at Mater Research.

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Jan

New Director of Biomedical Research

Mater Research Institute-University of Queensland (MRI-UQ) has been awarded more than $10 million in National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funding.

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Dec

NHMRC grants round announced

Held on Wednesday 25 October, the 2017 Mater Research Awards for Excellence acknowledged and celebrated outstanding contributions by individuals to Mater Research, Mater Health, and the...

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Oct

Mater Research 2017 Awards for Research Excellence

Mater Research was awarded the Employer of Choice Small Business Award at last week's Women in Technology (WiT) Awards ceremony held at Royal International Convention Centre.

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Sep

Mater Research recognised at Women in Technology Awards

Research describes novel hand bone formation ‘roadmap’ that reveals new treatment considerations for some skeletal dysplasias.

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Jul

Research describes novel hand bone formation ‘roadmap’

To mark International Women’s Day, Mater Research has announced the introduction of strategic grants to support the work of outstanding female researchers at Mater.

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Mar

Mater Research announces grants for Outstanding Women