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UWA study offers free iron deficiency screenings for women in Karrinyup

Researchers from The University of Western Australia will provide a fresh round of free iron deficiency screenings for women aged 18 to 49 over the next two Sundays (Sunday 4 and Sunday 11 February) at Karrinyup Shopping Centre.

UOW program to improve palliative care outcomes for residents in aged...

The Palliative Aged Care Outcomes Program (PACOP) at the University of Wollongong (UOW) has won the 2023 Future of Ageing Award for Palliative Care...

Major breakthrough in hypertension diagnosis could save Government billions

HMRI and University of Newcastle researcher, Professor Murray Cairns, along with his Precision Medicine team have discovered a way of predicting who will respond to blood pressure...

A stargazer’s guide to heavenly events in 2024

Macquarie University astrophysicist Professor Richard de Grijs explains some of the most impressive events ahead in the night sky this year, and the dates and times to see them.

Citizen of the Year honoured for pioneering COVID-19 treatment

Two leading University of Newcastle health researchers, Professor Nathan Bartlett and Emeritus Professor Julie Byles have each been honoured in the 2024 City of Newcastle Citizen of the Year Awards.

Scamming the scammers: New AI fake victims to disrupt criminal business...

Macquarie University cyber security experts have invented a multilingual chatbot designed to keep scammers on long fake calls and ultimately reduce the huge number of people who lose money to global criminals every day.

What drives us to be anonymous online

University of Queensland researchers have found there are two key reasons people choose to be anonymous online – self-expression or toxic behaviour.

UOW women recognised in 2024 City of Wollongong Awards

Three members of the University of Wollongong (UOW) community – Dr Aunty Barbara Nicholson, Dr Aimee Silla and Judy Bourke – were acknowledged for their contributions to the region in the annual...

Four economic scenarios for the rest of the decade

There are four economic scenarios for the rest of the decade: I’ve reluctantly picked one, writes Professor Percy Allen from the UTS Institute for Public Policy and Governance.

Beyond the hype: The practical and ethical implications of generative AI...

Imagine a world where a machine could offer students personalised feedback, generate content tailored to their needs, or even predict their learning outcomes.
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