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UNSW boasts its record number of Fulbright Scholars in 2021

Eight UNSW academics, PhD candidates and alumni will travel to esteemed US research institutions and organisations under the flagship foreign exchange program.

Artificial intelligence to predict heart disease

A new project using artificial intelligence technology could spell a medical breakthrough for people suffering from, or at risk of, coronary artery disease, the single leading cause of death in Australia.

Curtin appoints new head of Humanities

Curtin University has appointed Professor Richard Blythe as the new Pro Vice-Chancellor of the Faculty of Humanities.

Super blood moon to get the heart pumping

If you cast your eyes to the skies this Wednesday night you're in for a celestial surprise - a rare Super Blood Moon.

Using AI to predict the future of transport and ease congestion

Launched today, a world first project seeks to use artificial intelligence (AI) to predict traffic congestion up to three hours ahead, optimising traffic in large cities and improving road safety as part of the University’s smart cities ecosystem.

Victorian paramedics are experiencing high levels of psychological distress: study

A new study has found more than a third of Victorian paramedics feel burnt out by their work and are experiencing significant levels of stress.

Curtin University and Optus accelerate innovation with opening of Western Australia’s...

The future became a reality during the launch of Western Australia’s first industry-university 5G lab, with Curtin University and Optus showcasing some of the possibilities that 5G technology will offer.

Mouse studies find sugar-free energy drinks just as harmful

Two Curtin research studies have found the excessive consumption of energy drinks, even sugar-free varieties, can cause significant damage to brain cells and increase the risks of heart disease...

Researcher helping to address a devastating decline in volunteers

Partnership with Surf Life Saving NSW focuses on leadership, creating a positive environment for vital volunteers...

World-leading asbestos diseases researcher awarded international prize

An internationally recognised researcher from The University of Western Australia who has helped improve the lives of mesothelioma patients has been awarded...
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