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Almost 4,800 receive offers to study at USC
Digby Moran honoured by Southern Cross University
Study investigates reasons behind low numbers of female financial advisers
Aged care residents at risk of malnutrition, Otago study shows
NZ Education at pivotal moment of change – academics respond
Davy Jones’ locker opened: why metals stay on top of seafloor
Regulatory decisions update: ASQA
QTAC offers from QUT for 2020
Miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy may trigger long-term post-traumatic stress
Analyzing DNA in soil could be an effective way of tracking animals, Stanford researchers find
HIV ‘hotspots’ not necessarily major drivers of new infections
How Global Warming Helped Ignite One of
New clinical guidelines to help GPs improve care for older Australians
Heat is on for Australia’s beloved marsupials
Bushfire crisis spells trouble for Aussie insects
Bushfire information and support
Crucial support from regional universities during bushfire crisis
Knee replacement timing is all wrong for most
NASA to Provide Coverage of SpaceX Crew Dragon Launch Escape Test
Biologist’s research offers insight on molecular structures
Becoming a Learning Health System: Penn State Health experience
Certificate program develops product management skills
Submission window for 2020 Open Innovation Challenge is open
Identity of mystery Florida invader corrected after 20 years
Nanomaterial fabric destroys nerve agents in battlefield-relevant conditions
U.S. News Ranks OU’s Online Programs Among Nation’s Best
Malnutrition linked with increased risk of Zika birth defects
Oil and Gas Boom, Industrial Growth Could Mean Significant New Climate Emissions, Study Finds
Not so fast: Some batteries can be pushed too far
Street network patterns reveal worrying worldwide trend towards urban sprawl
Colloidal quantum dot laser diodes are just around corner
A technology devised to help reduce injection pain, swelling from some best-selling drugs
Toxoplasmosis rids its host of all fear
Ancient stardust leads to clearer picture of solar system
Suicide prevention programs need to adjust to local realities, according to new Concordia research
New E. coli-Infecting Bacteriophage Introduced in PHAGE
UNE mourns passing of Trustee Emeritus Harold ‘Ed’ Woodsum
Galactic gamma-ray sources reveal birthplaces of high-energy particles
A fatty solution for eczema
Dr Jane Goodall on environment: “My greatest hope is our young people”
UO physicist anticipates big step in quest for next-gen collider
Exeter-based tech company named in global top 10 VR experiences of 2019
Thanks to clouds, new climate simulations predict more warming than predecessors
Researchers discover new strategy in fight against antibiotic resistance
Imperial and Mitsubishi launch turbocharger centre to develop cleaner engines
Climate change increases risk of wildfires confirms new review
Children’s packed lunches lack nutritional quality
Diets are changing around world – but how? New understanding of global food supply patterns could help improve health and…