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UNSW neuroscientist receives an inaugural $1.35m Rebecca Cooper Fellowship

Researchers will examine new treatments to improve outcomes for people with advanced kidney disease and those who have experienced an ischaemic stroke.

Top scholars recognised for strategically important studies

Some of the University of Adelaide’s top students have been honoured with prestigious Playford Scholarships.

University hosts new home for Europe’s largest public research institution

The Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) will co-locate its Oceania Representative Office at the University of Melbourne, fostering collaborations between the University and one of the world’s leading research institutions.

‘Innovative, high-tech’ monitoring program a winner for the Reef

Water quality in the Great Barrier Reef will be improved thanks to a multimillion-dollar collaboration between The University of Queensland and the Queensland Department of Environment and Science.

UQ collaborates on a trailblazing sustainable energy project

The University of Queensland will play a crucial role in a multi-million-dollar four-year project which will see universities and industry working together to build commercialisation in Australia’s critical mineral supply chain that will create 1300 jobs.

OPINION: COVID restrictions may be easing, but the pandemic isn’t over...

Many countries are winding back COVID-19 restrictions, but governments should be continuing to promote the importance of voluntary mask use and catching up outdoors.

New collaboration to reduce subsea gas field carbon emissions

Chemical Engineers from The University of Western Australia are collaborating on new cost- and carbon-reduction technology to develop stranded gas fields in remote locations.

Honorary Doctor of Medicine and Health for Dr Barry Catchlove AM

Dr Barry Catchlove was just 16 years old when he began his studies with the University of Sydney School of Medicine. It was the beginning of an illustrious career and a lifelong relationship with the University.

Researchers investigate garlic’s hidden powers

Garlic has traditionally been used to ward off evil spirits, but its reputed powers do not stop it from being infected by multiple viruses.

Curtin blazes a trail for resources research commercialisation

Curtin University has been named the first of Australia’s Trailblazer universities to receive a share of more than $242 million in federal government funding, to develop a research commercialisation hub to turn research outputs into breakthrough services, products and businesses.
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