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Meet the recipients of the VC and Chancellor’s Annual Awards

The 2022 Vice-Chancellor's and Chancellor's Annual Awards were held last night highlighting the outstanding contribution and commitment of professional and academic staff at ANU.

Noelle McCarthy named as 2023 International Institute of Modern Letters Writer in Residence

Bestselling memoirist and well-known radio broadcaster Noelle McCarthy has been appointed as the Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington International Institute of Modern Letters (IIML) and Creative New Zealand Writer in Residence for 2023.

Western Engineering receives $4 million in funding to improve urban climates

A new Western-led project, developing new tools and technologies to improve accuracy of building energy and climate models, was awarded $4 million by the Canadian government to advance science and technology to fight climate change.

AUT Ventures awarded funding

AUT Ventures has been awarded commercialisation funding for its green surfactant technology.

Initiative supports youth with eating disorders as they transition to adult care programs

When youth with an eating disorder reach the age of 18, they are typically required to move to adult treatment. Connecting with a new system of supports can be tricky and stressful.

Virtual reading rooms make rare and special collections available to all

Two of Australia’s largest rare and special collections libraries are now available for the community to view and research online, with digital access to collection items being provided in one-on-one...

New cancer ‘tracer’ promises to detect more tumours earlier

For people waiting for imaging tests to diagnose neuroendocrine cancer, time is of the essence.

Researchers receive Pacific Health Research Career Development Awards

Two researchers from Massey’s Research Centre for Hauora and Health have been awarded Pacific Health Research Career Development Awards to fund their research projects about Tokealauan youth.

Western students awarded five fellowships with London Symphonia

Five Don Wright Faculty of Music students have been selected as the inaugural fellows of the London Symphonia Fellowship program, a new initiative funded by Western’s Strategic Priorities Fund.

Premier reveals first details of SFU medical school

Simon Fraser University is forging ahead with planning for the first medical school to be built in Western Canada in the last half century.
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