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Mental health services for SA female prisoners
Culturally and linguistically diverse families could benefit more from NDIS
Solar Nights goes under sea at USC
Sound of science
New research highlights lack of affordable rentals for low-income Australians
UQ puts a $20k squeeze on pelvic floor problems
Future teachers receive important reading lesson
All Rhodes lead to ANU
Blueprint for a system that’s fit for purpose
Blood pressure drug could help problem drinkers: QUT research
AQF & Higher Education Reforms Welcomed By Independent Providers
How cyberbullying affects your brain: study reveals
University of Sydney Law School declares climate emergency
Government endorses Provider Category Standards review
Building a future in sustainable energy
Sorghum study illuminates relationship between humans, crops and environment
Certificate program provides road map for innovation
Steven Byrd essay published in Brazilian anthology
Grants seed social science research, conferences
Project adapts basic tech to give voice to patients in Africa
University researcher focuses on vision-care barriers for Ontario school children
This object-recognition dataset stumped world’s best computer vision models
Fostering forward momentum
Primary pupils visit Warwick for a taste of university
UW scientist to lead NASA field study of East Coast snowstorms
Companies investing abroad must weigh geographic, cultural distances, says new Rice U. study
PenARC researcher wins prestigious £200,000 Fellowship
Fairer laws needed for people with mental health or cognitive impairments
John Curtin Gallery presents Ian Strange: Suburban Interventions 2008 – 2020
John Curtin Gallery presents Mia Kurrum Maun (Far from Home) by Sandra Hill
Less sleep linked to teen obesity, poor eating habits and low physical activity
UNSW receives over $33m in latest NHMRC funding
NHMRC funding to further boost research
Future-proofing Australia’s higher education system
Grand Graduation kicks off new ANU tradition
Bringing figures in anticolonial politics out of shadows
Griffith University-led research receives $3.6m in NHMRC funding
Meningococcal vaccine may reduce gonorrhoea incidence
Queenslands lost hi 1800s Indigenous police database launched at museum
Griffith research receives close to $6.8m in NHMRC funding
Investors inject $45 million into SA health and biotech industry
‘Grand Graduation’ kicks off new ANU tradition
$1 million will help mend a broken heart
Step inside world of nano
‘Safety signals’ may help slow down anxiety
Common asbestos lung disease does not increase risk of lung cancer
Floral foam adds to microplastic pollution problem: study
It’s time to stop viewing dating apps as a risk