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UTA aims to become leader in Health Informatics
Geologists refine timing of Cambrian explosion and trilobite evolution in Grand Canyon
Educators to Speak with NASA Astronaut Aboard Space Station
WSU selects Elizabeth Chilton as next provost
Canada announces a judicial appointment to Federal Court
UNE’s Paul Berkner co-authors pioneering research on concussions in adolescents
Future Leaders Fellowship for disruptive materials research
Message from Minister of Health – National Physicians’ Day
School boarding residential facilities to reopen where safe
Australian Health Protection Principal Committee statement on risk management for re-opening boarding schools
Boards and insulation of fungi can become new building materials
Mobile grand piano entertains local Perth aged-care residents
Research study to track impact of COVID-19 in schools
5 fab school resources for at-home learning
Curtin Cares initiative launched for Covid-19 support
ABC asks local teens to share their story
NIST Announces Funding for 2020 Standards Curricula Development Program
School attendance grows steadily
New mental health hotline to support Tasmanians
Transcript: Shayne Elliott with Hamish Macdonald – ABC RN Breakfast
ELibrary resources to support home-based learning
ASQA Review A Damning Criticism Of A Regulator On Mend
Council’s housing options paper now on exhibition – Wollongong
Youth Art Prize to showcase artistic talent of our region’s youth
Additional North West COVID-19 measures to be lifted
New Higher Apprenticeship Scheme Rolls Out Online
Time to support international students in Illawarra
Short courses now available to upskill Australians
New virtual cyber school gives teens chance to try out as cyber security agents from home
Virtual Fence now active on Phillip Island
Kindness shakes growing in Darwin
More support and clarity needed for education at Level 2
President, provost to advise NY’s safe reopening strategy
Things to Do, May 1-8, 2020
Science for new telescope advances at virtual conference
Children Who Have Difficult Relationships with Their Mothers are Clingy Towards Their Early Teachers
Device tracks vaping habits to better understand use
Life and learning find a way during a pandemic
FitByte Uses Sensors on Eyeglasses To Automatically Monitor Diet
COVID-19 response update: 1 May 2020
COVID-19 forces University Mississauga startups to find new ways to serve their customers
3D-printed concrete to help build offshore wind energy infrastructure
Rice to offer minor in entrepreneurship
Better understanding of nature’s nanomachines may help in design of future drugs
Hull’s first female GP tops public vote in bridge-naming competition
Oregon State COVID-19 testing workers motivated by potential widespread impact of project
New guidelines provide roadmap for safe reopening of schools
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