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New MRI scanning technology to improve clinical accessibility and advance lung disease diagnosis

Revolutionary MRI scans which will improve the diagnosis of lung diseases will benefit from part of a £149 million investment to bring UK business and academics together to accelerate cutting edge research.

UQ responds to housing market with new student residences project

A second student residences complex is planned for The University of Queensland’s St Lucia campus to help address a shortage of suitable and affordable rental accommodation.

How to apply for studying abroad in Australia?

With its world-class universities, multicultural society, beautiful natural landscapes, and friendly people, Australia has become one of the most popular destinations for international students.

Research ‘solves’ mystery of Jupiter’s stunning colour changes

Academics at the University of Leeds believe they could have found the answer to a long-running mystery behind Jupiter’s famous “stripes”.

Brain imaging is on the move with wearable scanning development

New research has demonstrated, for the first time, that a wearable brain scanner can measure brain function whilst people are standing and walking around.

Research shows decision-making AI could be made more accurate when judging humans

A new study from researchers at the University of Toronto and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is challenging conventional wisdom on human-computer interaction and reducing bias in AI.

Singapore: The Top Destination for International Students

Singapore has emerged as a leading destination for international students seeking higher education. With its world-class education system and vibrant multi-cultural environment...

Rethink needed on Hunter’s economic development priorities

For the first time, knowledge-producing jobs in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie, such as those in the professional and information services, outnumber goods generating jobs, like manufacturing and mining.

Class of 2023: New teacher takes the scare out of science

Arianna Mamer got bit by the science bug as a high school student in Rocky Mountain House, Alta.

Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington welcomes funding for Wellington Science City

Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington welcomes the funding announced in Budget 2023 to support the Wellington Science City initiative.
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