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Australian shallow reefs in decline
Rangers gain vital skills to care for Country
Leadership with global goal
University of Adelaide subjects rated among world’s best
QS World Rankings: Environmental Sciences Makes Historic Leap
Essential workers face ever greater challenges
Australia’s Classroom Behaviour Crisis: Monash Expert Questions
Monash Strengthens Global Ranking Position
Phytoplankton Blooms Shed Light on Climate Change Effects
Funding Boosts RNA Research for Vaccines, Healthcare
100 days until cheaper child care
Release of Teacher Education Expert Panel discussion paper
Helping cause of environmental resilience
Researcher Builds Honest Record of Soviet History: UofT
Wastewater Dash Monitors Monkeypox, Flu in SE Michigan
How Margaret Rossiter uncovered hidden women of science
Depressed, and Aging Fast
Newman Lab Pushes Limits at 75 with Accelerator Physics
Tackling counterfeit seeds with “unclonable” labels
Al-Taqwa College Celebrates Ramadan in Unique Way
Lower-Income, Marginalized Hit Hardest By Midwife Cuts
First known interstellar interloper resembles ‘dark comet’
AV Testing Costs Slashed by 1000 with Simulated Terrible Drivers
G7 Leaders Urged to Address Peace, Security by U of T Pres. Gertler
Lawmakers struggle to differentiate AI and human emails
£1.25m to Enhance Social Sciences Research Impact: Warwick Uni
Banking crisis echoes 2008 but with ‘marked differences’
Dashboard details surge in NYS eviction filings
La Trobe excels in QS global subject rankings
Using AI Algorithms to Streamline Orthodontic Care
Humanities and medicine excel in QS Subject Rankings
MIT Ranked No. 1 in 11 Subjects by QS World University Rankings 2023
Can super-speedy plant cells feed growing population?
University of Warwick, FAW Partner for Live Comm Study
University of Newcastle Wins Two Cygnet Awards
Bob Metcalfe ’68 wins $1 million Turing Award
Sedimentation sifted out of pollution priorities
Improving water access in remote and isolated communities
RMIT Art and Design subjects remain world’s best
Automation, uncertainty, and Robodebt scheme
Learning to grow machine-learning models
Minds wide open
Brisbane on track to be Australia’s home of paralympic sport
Mindfulness can help diabetes sufferers
Westpac Scholars Trust Aids Sustainable Future
Scholarships supercharge UWA research projects
Better Food Choices with Animal Welfare Score System
Best foot forward from Greenpeace to blue carbon