With our NeuRA building on Barker Street, Randwick nearing completion, it’s interesting to look back in time at the history of this site.
In 1855, sixty acres were selected as the site for the new Destitute Children’s Asylum for orphaned children. The main buildings were located north of our NeuRA site on Avoca Street; some still remain. Continue reading
The exterior of the new NeuRA building is taking shape. The interior of the building, however, still has some way to go. We continue to raise funds to fit out the interior so that we can redouble our efforts towards making discoveries and improving the health of our community. You can help by supporting our move into the new building here.
Blogs have become very popular mechanisms for the quick dissemination of information. A blog is a way for researchers to connect with the wider community – a community not reached by publishing in journals. The web has made informal communication a key resource. Continue reading