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Lancaster scientist receives fellowship to help study and protect rare limestone pavements

A Lancaster University scientist has been awarded a fellowship to help protect rare and precious, but largely understudied, limestone pavement environments.

Hunter medical students earn while they learn

An Australian-first initiative to boost healthcare staff and provide medical students with invaluable paid experience is now underway in Hunter New England Local Health District...

St Andrews students and staff get on board to cut costs and carbon

A pioneering project between the University of St Andrews and bus giant Stagecoach to offer 75% off bus travel during the cost-of-living crisis has saved students and staff almost £700,000...

Archaeologists discover long-lost Scottish monastery

A team of archaeologists, co-led by a researcher at the University of Southampton, believe they have located the site of the lost Monastery of Deer in Northeast Scotland.

Graduate founders triumph in Royal Academy of Engineering competition

Young entrepreneurs who invented a portable menstrual cup cleaner while at the University of Bristol have won a Royal Academy of Engineering competition.

Study sheds light on Earth’s continental crust formation

A study led by The University of Western Australia has provided new insights into the formation of Earth’s continental crust.

AUT MBA students win national Case comp

Five AUT Business School MBA students emerged victorious in the inaugural NZ MBA Case Competition, showcasing their outstanding problem-solving skills, teamwork, and strategic thinking.

How can I get some sleep? Which treatments work?

This article by Senior Research Fellow and Director of the Centre for Sleep Science at The University of Western Australia Jen Walsh...

School of Agriculture and Environment celebrates successful students within top ranked programmes

The School of Agriculture and Environment has named its top students of the year at their annual Agriculture, Horticulture and Environmental Science Awards Dinner last week.

Social science student tailors degree for future in public health

When Kathrina Goodwin applied to Western, she was torn between pursuing health sciences and international relations.
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