Articles and interviews

Articles and interviews

Let's invest in the scientists looking over our horizon
In this opinion piece Professor John Mattick says Australia needs to invest in farsighted and trailblazing researchers. This article originally appeared on 17 July 2017 in The Australian.
Whole genome sequencing is medicine’s Snowy Scheme
In this opinion piece Professor John Mattick says that Australia could be a front runner in precision medicine – but we need to act now. This article originally appeared on 13 April 2017 in The Australian.
The future of medical technology revealed at Meditech
How medical technology innovation is changing healthcare options.
John Mattick: Be brave
Professor John Mattick looks at issues with the current medical research funding system in Australia.
Biologist John Mattick on Junk DNA, ENCODE, and Intelligent Design
Professor John Mattick looks at issues with the current medical research funding system in Australia.
Interview with John Mattick: On RNA, the rise of genomic medicine and more
Professor John Mattick looks at issues with the current medical research funding system in Australia.
What is our junk DNA for?
Scientists still argue whether the genome's 'dark matter' has any purpose.
Geneticist Rewarded for His Assumptions, Following Practical and Its Findings
Making something of junk earns geneticist top award
The new head of the Garvan Institute wants to transform health economics
Australian Academy of Science Citation
Lemberg Medal: Professor John Mattick honoured
Garvan congratulates Professor John Mattick AO FAA FAHMS, who has been awarded the 2017 Lemberg Medal by the Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.