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Pre-school mole count shows cancer risk
Energy safety regulator shares post-cyclone advice
How do animals solve problems?
‘Study Australia’ and enhancing Australia’s brand internationally
Poop core records 4,300 years of bat diet and environment
Cyclone Seroja last night demolished parts of WA – and our warming world will bring more of same
Managing like a Boss
DNA testing reveals hidden coral diversity
Shell middens rewrite history of submerged coastal landscapes in North America & Europe
Ancient undersea middens offer clues about life before rising seas engulfed coast
Trent Twomey declared as Guild’s National President
Federal Circuit Court of Australia warmly welcomes appointment of local Townsville family law solicitor
30 years of satellite images are helping us understand how climate change threatens these valuable forests
Weed invaders are getting faster
Preventative treatments decrease rate of tooth decay in Indigenous children
Research discovers malaria devastating humans far earlier than expected
Indigenous kids are losing sleep
Indigenous kids’ tooth decay rates reduced in remote north Queensland
Amazon nests ‘Sing’- Bayside Gallery’s newest exhibition
Researchers solve more of mystery of Laos megalithic jars
Researchers looking at new treatments for abdominal aortic aneurysm
For children, it’s not just about getting enough sleep
Culturally appropriate assessments for people living with dementia in Torres Strait one area of nearly $1 million
Rock lobsters habitats rocky future
BESIX Watpac to build JCU’s Technology Innovation Complex
Pharmacy courses take off
Government zoning bias has left marine life in peril since 2012
Magnetic attraction: breakthrough test for malaria
Drones reveal importance of sea cucumber poop in protecting coral reefs
Determined to fix outback internet
Planning for COVID-driven regional growth
Vector-borne diseases shaped human history and reveal race disparities
Welcoming new Early- and Mid-Career Researcher Forum Executive Committee
When holidays go wrong
Ocean sharks and rays threatened with extinction
Stanford course explores how diseases have shaped human history
Townsville locals awarded for community work
Warning after aid worker vanishes
Ex-Tropical Cyclone Kimi
Successful expansion at JCU sees an increase in numbers studying pharmacy
Snakes evolve a magnetic way to be resistant to venom
Application Numbers are up at JCU
Progress made on youth drowning, but more work required
Future too warm for baby sharks
Queensland Government funds world’s first biosecurity virtual laboratory
Remuneration of JCU’s University Council
High levels of dementia found in Torres Strait
Post-war local government role a “neglected” part of history