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Dr Agota Mockute Lands Nerc Fellowship For Offshore Wind Marine Life Study

University of Hull researcher Dr Agota Mockute is leading a new research and knowledge exchange project which will explore the impact of offshore wind energy on marine habitats.

Landmark study links post-natal depression and low income

A longitudinal study of Queensland families has found women on lower incomes are more likely to suffer with pre and post-natal depression.

Oxford Brookes student wins annual art competition

An Oxford Brookes University Fine Art student has won a prestigious international art competition that will see her work feature on the cover of a world-leading Opera House’s tour programme.

Survey reveals mental health impact of Black Summer fires on emergency workers

A new survey, by the Graduate School of Education at The University of Western Australia, highlights the impacts of the 2019-20 Black Summer fires on the wellbeing of emergency services workers with many responders...

How mussels make a powerful underwater glue

Blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) spend their days being buffeted by crashing waves. They manage to stay tethered to the rocks or their fellow mussels thanks to a highly effective underwater glue they produce.

Queen’s places fifth in 2022 Maclean’s university rankings

Queen's maintained its ranking of fifth out 15 medical-doctoral universities nationwide, in the 2022 Maclean's university ranking, which were released Thursday.

The path to achieving net-zero liquid fuel

Researchers from Monash University and Hokkaido University have developed a method that converts carbon dioxide into a diesel-range fuel and has the potential to produce a net-zero liquid fuel alternative to power cars more sustainably.

New funding will address skills gaps in UK bioscience industry

The National Biofilms Innovation Centre (NBIC), co-led by the University of Nottingham, has received funding as part of a £22.5m investment from the UK Government to address skill gaps in the UK bioscience industry.

Just how far can kindness travel?

Opinion: Can New Zealanders care about people in low-income countries when we have our own pressing social problems? Nikki Turner speaks to UNICEF Aotearoa.

Deep roots of Australia’s geology revealed

A new study has shown for the first time how Australia's rich geological history is reflected deep below the Earth's surface.
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