Research news & events

November 16, 2017

Genetic testing of healthy people a ‘looming disaster’ says global health evidence expert

Professor Paul Glasziou, the Australian-based global authority on evidence in healthcare, today called for action to stem a growing tide of overtesting,... Read more

October 25, 2017

Australian consumer law is failing beer drinkers

If you’ve bought a “foreign” beer lately you might have noticed it wasn’t actually brewed in the country associated with the brand. Instead, it may have been... Read more

October 23, 2017

Helping GPs prescribe fewer antibiotics

We need surveillance of antibiotic resistance rates in the community to set targets to enable Australian GPs to reduce their antibiotic prescribing rates, say... Read more

October 19, 2017

Dr Ray Moynihan launches 'The Recommended Dose' podcast by Cochrane Australia

Dr Ray Moynihan today launched a compelling new podcast series produced by one of the world’s largest and most trusted independent health research... Read more

October 5, 2017

Robots, big data, doping and the joy of food in the spotlight at Bond University Research Week

The impact of robotics and evolving technologies on industry, the pitfalls of big data, doping in sport, law without lawyers and the joy of food will be among... Read more

August 31, 2017

Tools of the Trade Researcher Sessions

Our Tools of the Trade Researcher Sessions in Bond Break Week were a great hit Read more

August 24, 2017

Environmental expert puts Moreton Bay under the microscope

Moreton Bay - the jewel in the crown of south-east Queensland - has been put under the microscope in a new publication written by leading marine scientist,... Read more

August 17, 2017

Expanded definition polycystic ovary syndrome is harming women

The decision by experts to widen the definition of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) has boosted its prevalence, caused psychological harm, but brought no clear... Read more

August 17, 2017

Solutions emerge for problem of Too Much Medicine

Researchers at Bond University have today published a landmark article in one of the world’s leading medical journals, The BMJ, canvassing solutions to the... Read more

August 17, 2017

Health leaders call for national plan to address overdiagnosis and related overtreatment

Influential groups of Australian clinicians, consumers and policy makers have today launched a call to action to address the problems of overdiagnosis and... Read more

November 24, 2017 - 17:00

Faculty of Law Twilight Seminar - 'Data Governance in the Digital Economy'

Alain Strowel will be presenting a review of the European developments concerning data ownership, data protection and data access at the Faculty of Law... Read more