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Creativity and culture important to Tasmanians through COVID-19
Boosting exports to Indonesia
Call for immunology to return to wild
Agroforestry focus thanks to $3.9 million funding
Devil vaccine research leads to new weapons for fighting disease
Bushfire preparedness and climate on agenda of expert and local government roundtable
Statins may prevent heart attacks and strokes but may not prolong life free of disability
Morrison Government’s Defence strategy to deliver jobs and investment to Tasmania
Research Sustainability working group
Two years successfully transforming Australian space industry
Explosive experiments add depth to study of submarine volcanoes
Research underscores wombat resilience in quest to treat Sarcoptic mange
Inaugural Nuffield Scholarship for Young Leaders in Sustainable Agriculture
“Kangaroo Hop” trend of oceanic elements led to explosion of life
‘Kangaroo Hop’ trend of ancient oceanic elements led to explosion of life
Tasmanian sex and gender identity reforms given all clear
Why Tasmania’s new gender identity laws are warranted
A virtual DOMAIN houses virtual art
Designs unveiled as Launceston’s new university campus builds momentum
AUV reveals Sørsdal ice shelf secrets
Submarine shows cold salty water slows Sørsdal shelf melt
Escavox helps keep global food supply chains open
UTAS supporting Tasmanians to upskill
One in four have experienced food shortages during COVID-19
Genetic sleuths identify three COVID-19 lineages
Witness list for 16 June 2020
Empowering wine communities to map their climate future
Celebrating Tasmania’s award winning architects for 2020
Best practice mine drainage environmental management
Emotional and psychological waves likely after return from COVID-19 isolation
First assessment of invasive long-spined sea urchin fishery
Queen’s Birthday Honours – Inspector Glen Ball
World-first research underway into detecting coronavirus in environment
Setting gold standard for ore exploration and research
Small steps celebrated in return to city’s cultural life
Blue Economy scopes out research projects
Charting a course through COVID-19 challenge
Study: Reflecting sunlight to cool planet will cause other global changes
Sky is no limit for future of Antarctic science
Construction tender awarded for Launceston City Deal UTAS project
Young people and smoking focus for World No Tobacco Day
Indigenous perspectives form new learning foundations
Busload of medical help for vulnerable Tasmanians
Inspired Merino research
Prioritising protection of global eco-regions to meet international biodiversity targets
National horticulture course offers online study options
Study warns logging makes fires worse
Multicultural and settlement services support women experiencing family violence, research finds