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FoodSouth extension builds on partnership with Lincoln University

A 140m² extension to the FoodSouth Building, located at Lincoln University, was officially opened by FoodSouth Chair Alan Malcolmson at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on-site on Wednesday 17 August.

Versatile artist’s work reveals world of wonders

A diverse array of works by Franco-Italian artist Céline Condorelli explores how people – individually, and as part of wider society – live and work together.

Machine learning to help the homeless

Plenty of interest is being shown in AUT’s Centre for Social Data Analytics (CSDA) use of machine learning that reduces issues of systemic racism when housing the homeless.

University community excels at Commonwealth Games

University of Adelaide students and alumni struck gold with outstanding performances at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

Manchester among top international universities in new academic rankings

The University of Manchester has been ranked at number 38 in the latest Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) which ranks the world’s leading higher education institutions.

55KRC: Death of Olivia Newton-John highlights breast cancer survivorship

Olivia Newton-John died last week, according to her family. While no cause of death has been announced...

Superheroes of film, health and manufacturing

Engineers from the University of Sheffield AMRC will stand shoulder-to-shoulder with heroic key workers from the NHS and the geniuses who make the magic happen in Marvel superhero movies in a new exhibition.

Six things you need to know about 6G

The next generation of wireless communication is already being developed… and is set to revolutionise the world around us.

100,000 books for sale at annual charity event

Keen readers and collectors will be able to choose from about 100,000 books at the annual Save the Children book sale, which starts next week at The University of Western Australia.

Shanghai Ranking 2022: KEDGE climbs up 24 places for its research in Business Administration

KEDGE upholds its second place in the last Shanghai World Ranking of Academic Subjects (GRAS), rewarding France's leading business schools for research in Business Administration.
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