An international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons that originated in Carlton in Melbourne ten years ago has been awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize for Peace.
SriLankan Airlines has commenced a direct non-stop flights between Melbourne and Colombo.
A new Australian research collaboration using 3D implants and robotic surgery is set to change the way tumours and bone cancers are treated.
A German manufacturer specialising in wind turbines has opened an office in Melbourne to take advantage of growing demand across Victoria.
A French biopharmaceutical company will open a branch office in Melbourne because of the city’s excellent clinical trials development capabilities.
Melbourne medtech startup CNSDose is leading the way in genetically-guided dosing for the treatment of depression.
A Melbourne medical device company is putting Australia on the biomedical map for its ability to produce 3D printed parts for special applications.
AusBiotech has signed an international partnership agreement with Japan’s peak body in regenerative medicine.
Australians are the most tolerant and welcoming people on earth when it comes to migrants, according to renowned Melbourne demographer and futurist, Bernard Salt.
Twenty companies will share in almost A$30 million in funding to establish and expand advanced manufacturing activities in Victoria and South Australia, to be allocated under the Federal Advanced Manufacturing Growth Fund.
A new 30-minute test for coronary artery disease has been devised which reduces the number of invasive tests required to confirm diagnosis.
A new delivery system has been developed to target macular degeneration, by using a special drug that responds to shining light into the eye.