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Sink or swim? White sharks do both
Industry 4.0 strikes forth from jet fighter contract
Dementia Australia Ambassador, Seven’s Andrea Nicolas
La Trobe statement
$2.1 million to improve education outcomes for remote and regional Indigenous students
Ever get that blurry feeling? It may be visual discomfort
Earth is a less volatile version of Sun, study finds
Sports Park Pavilion officially open
Merck Awards ‘Next Game-Changing Technology’ Prize to University of Melbourne Researcher
Urgent action needed to address harmful drug use in rural communities
Atrocity Crimes & Enabler Responsibility
Nominations open for the 2019 Australian Training Awards
Research underway to improve prostate cancer diagnosis
Honorary doctorates for Adelaide Festival leaders
Developing nations can play a part in solving climate change crisis
Future Minds Lab investigates thinking that will change how we work
PEACE Pack takes on cyberbullies and trolls
Why you need to get some shut-eye (and how to do it)
Future for action on climate change is in good hands
CSL Renews Partnership with NYSF
Wake up call on pre-teen mobile phone use at night
New 3D map will help solve long-standing cosmic mysteries
Pharmacy researchers find Maine has steepest decline in fentanyl prescribing of any state
New report reveals Australian burden of disease for brain disorders is almost twice
ADA says access to dental must be an election priority
UNSW researchers lead Cancer Council funding round
Better together – creating meaningful change on ground at #ruralhealthconf
Study highlights ways to improve fishing practices
Young onset dementia – closing gap
WA Governor named Patron of Curtin’s Autism Academy
Research finds some shark deterrents don’t work as well
Is Diverted Profits Tax working, ahead of federal budget 2019?
Renewable energy solution for industrial heat applications
Coal-fired power stations ‘disrupt rainfall patterns’
Stay in school or take to streets? Climate change lessons
ANU research set to shake-up space missions
Teen suicide risk greatest in developing countries: study
Dementia Australia calls on NSW to prioritise dementia in upcoming election
Universities join forces to drive innovation in advanced manufacturing
When it comes to education, no-one should be left behind
La Trobe welcomes Wintermute Biomedical
Sea floor survey from sky
Patients with chronic wounds need better support
Osteoarthritis assessment to go hi-tech
Social enterprises improve health and wellbeing in regional cities
Thank Earth’s magnetic field for water that gives you life
Homicide Research Unit to help communities
Funding to advance research into stem-cell based therapies