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Pioneering research project extended to investigate Covid-19 side effects

Pioneering research into how persistent pain can be managed through virtual reality technology is being extended to find solutions for people trying to overcome the symptoms of long COVID.

Typical British cycle infrastructure is failing to protect cyclists, study finds

Typical cycle infrastructure in Britain is not keeping cyclists safe, according to the results from a recently completed study by the University of Westminster and funded by the Road Safety Trust.

Children learned ‘little or nothing’ during school closures, despite online learning

School closures in the last year have led to serious learning losses, with primary-age school pupils making virtually no progress studying at home...

Helicopter to attempt first trip on Mars surface

The first helicopter ever to fly on another planet will soon attempt its first trip above the surface of Mars.

Caltech Shines Event Highlights Graduate Student Life in BBE, CCE

More than 120 admitted graduate students participated in the Institute's inaugural and virtual Caltech Shines event on Saturday, April 3...

Celebrating the 2021 UC Young New Zealander of the Year

Congratulations to Jazz Thornton, an impressive young New Zealander who passionately advocates for mental health nationally, and around the world.

Inaugural Rover Challenge Proves a Winner

Rover teams competed in four challenges at the inaugural Australian Rover Challenge (ARC) on North Terrace campus on 27 and 28 March.

UM inaugurates new cohorts of UM Reporters and PRSAs

The University of Macau (UM) held an inauguration ceremony for the ninth cohort of UM Reporters and the 11th cohort of PR Student Ambassadors (PRSA).

Tuatara eggs hatch for Easter at Orokonui Ecosanctuary

A rare sighting of five new hatchling tuatara emerging at Orokonui Ecosantuary has been caught on camera by University of Otago researchers who were undertaking...

‘Animal-Stress’ Signal Improves Plant Drought Resilience

A team of Australian and German researchers has discovered a novel pathway that plants can use to save water and improve their drought tolerance.
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