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Study to help over-65’s stay stronger
‘Seeing’ tails help sea snakes avoid predators
New research on the long-term health of 2 groups of older veterans
Out-of-this-World! Citizen Science brings Astronomy Data to Dstl
Too many suicides, too much mental ilness
Testing pain relief treatments for whiplash
Carrots and cartoons could be the secret to upping kids’ vegie intake
People living with dementia lose their ability to daydream
New friendships and essentials for study success – it’s time for ‘O Week’ at JCU!
La Trobe celebrates Fulbright Scholar
2019 to be big year for Aussie women’s sport
Preserved leaves reveal 7000 years of rainfall and drought
A New Learning and Child Care Centre at the Université de Saint-Boniface Will Support Manitoba’s Francophone Community
Aquatic drones capture shark paralysis after catch and release
India-Queensland partnership: Internationalising Indian women entrepreneurs
The case for medical leadership – part one
Elite athletes on their marks for USC study program
Morning exercise improves brain health in older, overweight adults
Can being born blind protect people from schizophrenia?
Ice crystals help Deakin tissue engineers create healing scaffolds
La Trobe backs the Melbourne Rebels
Paying children for research does not lead to undue influence
Climate change threatens Bengal tiger habitat
PGF investment a game changer for mid-Canterbury
Safer bone marrow transplants for blood cancer patients a step closer
UOW students recognised among nation’s best young leaders
Implementation of improved Air System Safety Case Regulation – RA 1205
Brave new world
Treating insomnia improves back pain
Supporting expression of sexuality one area of $1 million of dementia research grants
Free TAFE Starts At Chisholm Wonthaggi
The lizard and the egg: lizards break golden rule of biology
Gender and cultural bias exists against teachers at university level
McCall MacBain Foundation makes single-largest gift in Canadian history to create a flagship graduate scholarship program at McGill University
Advice for Canadian travellers: Travelling with children during March break
Contracts awarded to deliver the first T Levels
Conventional petroleum update
Calling small businesses: Griffith researcher wants to help your cash flow
Queensland Government and Agforce team up
QUT internships help Year 12s focus STEM ambitions
Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute at St. David’s Medical Center first in U.S. to treat patient in study to evaluate balloon…
Canada Invests in Energy Efficiency Improvements in Labrador City
First ANPR car takes to the road
New research program to target reduction of falls in people with Parkinson’s
New Charity Inquiry: Birmingham Diocesan Trust
Western Civilisation degree details revealed
Indian medics fighting increased UK impost
Study shows increased mental health risk for Malawi children living with HIV