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UOW researcher developing artificial muscle in miniature devices recognised on the...

The development of the next generation of non-invasive surgery or robotic surgical systems, like miniature tweezers, prosthetic hands or dexterous robotic devices, is bringing researchers a step closer...

Global studio looks to the role of design in planetary health

The need for designers to act, propose, challenge and share in response to the global ecological crisis was at the heart of a recent global design studio, Ideas for humanity: A cookbook for planetary health, bringing together students and staff in Australia, the UK and Spain.

University of Melbourne joins Race to Zero

The University of Melbourne has signed on to participate in the global Race to Zero campaign for Universities and Colleges as a means of reinforcing its commitment to climate action.

AI helps design the perfect chickpea

A massive international research effort has led to development of a genetic model for the ‘ultimate’ chickpea, with the potential to lift crop yields by up to 12 per cent.

Curtin and St Hilda’s join forces to foster future leaders

Curtin University has partnered with St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls to help nurture the next generation of entrepreneurs and build innovation into the School’s curriculum and learning spaces.

There’s a vampire in the library

A 200-year-old vampire has been found in a University of Queensland library. And it’s a Halloween story that you can really sink your teeth into!

Pufferfish teaches business students lateral thinking

Objects from the Chau Chak Wing Museum are incorporated into a core Master of Commerce Unit at the University's Business School.

UQ journalism student Sarah Richards to help shape media landscape

Until she attended a careers information fair, final-year University of Queensland journalism student Sarah Richards thought teaching art was where her future lay.

New study reveals economic impact of marine heatwaves

A new study published in Science shows that marine heatwaves have caused major economic losses around the world, and researchers say global action needs to be taken to ease the impacts of extreme warming events on ocean life and benefits people derive from the oceans.

COVID has further increased anxiety and depression rates among university students

Before COVID, university and vocational education students were at high risk of developing mental disorders, such as depression and anxiety. This is because they already experience much higher levels of psychological distress than the general population.
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