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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 researchers awarded $7M for climate and decarbonisation projects

Chris Gibson and Sharon Robinson honoured with ARC Laureate Fellowships for groundbreaking research projects

Battle for body positivity on social media in Canberra

A social media and legal expert from The University of Western Australia is among a delegation to Federal Parliament in Canberra this morning advocating for comprehensive...

New modelling method to aid wildlife conservation

A team of researchers created a new method of modelling to estimate the population of free-ranging animals and in doing so discovered that there were far fewer numbers of an Old World monkey, the macaque, than expected.

UNSW researchers recognised with Australian Laureate Fellowships

Andrea Morello has been awarded $3.3m and Andy Baker $3m to conduct ground-breaking research as part of the ARC’s 2024 Australian Laureate Fellowship scheme.

Deep-sea eyes evolved to focus on the prize

The remarkable diverse eyes of a group of deep-sea crustaceans evolved in response to specific evolutionary drivers, according to research from The University of Western Australia.

Monash University and Thermo Fisher Scientific strengthen strategic collaboration

Marking an exciting new chapter in a long-standing relationship, Monash University has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with Thermo Fisher Scientific...

UQ Anthropology museum unveils long-lost Indigenous sculptures

Three sculptures carved by an Indigenous Elder are on display together for the first time in 90 years at an exhibition at The University of Queensland Anthropology Museum.

Research funding for ovarian cancer treatment

A Senior Research Fellow and team from the University of Adelaide have received funding from the Cancer Council SA to investigate a potential new treatment for ovarian cancer.

Drones offer new perspective on vulnerable tide-exposed coral reefs

A new study has used drone technology and cutting-edge analytical methods for the first time to map the intertidal coral reefs of the Rowley Shoals off the Kimberley coast of Western Australia.
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