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Crispr Pioneer Doudna to Speak in Chicago on April 4
UC chosen to host prestigious mathematics conference
UC Santa Barbara Opens Aging and Longevity Research Center
Free Event: Nurturing Masculinity in Polynesian Men
Otago Tourism Policy School back in person for its fifth year
Durham U Strengthens Ties with Indian IIT Madras
Theology and Visual Arts project announced
Happy junction of philosophy and finance
Inaugural New Zealand Hydrogen Symposium
Developments in Australian science to watch out for in 2023
Researchers team up to speed up nerve regeneration
Moderna scientist to speak about COVID vaccine development
Iceland president visit to showcase sustainability, affinity
Call for applications: Seed funding from Circle U
OPCW Director-General visits Australia
Scholar offers talk about Brazilian crackdowns and feminist response
How winter swimming gave scientist clue to weight loss
New University of Alberta institute highlights impact of glycomics research on health
Conference to address global justice theory and practice post Covid Pandemic
UCL marks Black History Month 2022
Powerhouse author offers Flinders intimate access
Talk to describe conserving centuries-old Chinese encyclopedia
‘Less food waste does make difference’
Medieval roots or modern fantasy? Scholars to gather in 2024
Celebrate wonders of STEM during National Science Week 2022
Free public talk – What’s your poison: How do we resist antibiotic resistance?
Bold revival of Drama at Flinders University
Strategic Partnership formed between OIST and International House of Japan
Blueprint for science communication with Anita Layton
New book uses extraordinary numbers in physics to explain mysteries of universe
Capturing flavour of Spaghetti western…at Dukes
With theory of securitisation, it is possible to investigate security threats from wars to climate change
Major new study will investigate impact of innovative orchestra performances which use dance, drama and film
Tokyo Tech hosts 15th Student Support Forum online
John Dick and Zulfiqar Bhutta win Canada Gairdner Awards
Māori values, systems and ethics integral in achieving regenerative tourism
Retirement matters: New study finds post-work wellbeing is not just about money
New ways to improve wetlands
Eminent scientists to feature in medical school’s Distinguished Visitor programme
Covid and brain
Visnja Brdar: From Swinburne to New York
Tokyo Tech Museum shares information on virus-capturing mask technology at public lecture
Museum marks 60th anniversary of first local television broadcast
Seeing and belonging through hi Teiger Mentor in Arts Emily Jacir
Book describes dislocation of ‘the West’
European Union awards UniSA prestigious Centre of Excellence
How science will reshape our lives
Champion of Antarctic research awarded medal from French Foreign Ministry