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New Colombo Plan Scholar acts on disability inclusion

2020 New Colombo Plan (NCP) Scholar and UQ philosophy and economics student Adele Greedy-Vogel wants to make her mark in disability inclusion.

Gambling rates dropped during height of COVID restrictions

Gambling rates in Australia dropped off significantly during the height of COVID-19 restrictions, before increasing again over the past six months...

Reckoning with Australia’s colonial archive: poet Natalie Harkin wins RAKA Prize

Narungga woman and South Australian poet, Natalie Harkin has won the 2020 Kate Challis RAKA Award for her work Archival-Poetics, an unflinching anthology that faces the violence...

Ringo Starr of the bird world heading for extinction

New research from The Australian National University shows palm cockatoos, renowned for their human-like musical drumming behaviour, are threatened with extinction.

Major global honour for master of microwearables

An Aussie inventor and entrepreneur reshaping the future of global healthcare with microwearable technology has been recognised for the incredible impact of his work.

Australia-bound asteroid sample may reveal life’s origins

A Japanese space mission will deliver samples collected from asteroid Ryugu in a capsule to the outback desert of Woomera in South Australia this Sunday morning.

Sustained drop in gambling frequency since pubs and clubs re-opened

A study to be presented at the Brain and Mind Centre Symposium 2020 today shows that over six months from the early days of COVID-19 to November...

Why single, older women without children face economic insecurity

A first-of-its-kind study examining the economic security of single older women without children has busted the myth that people without children must have uninterrupted careers and healthy retirement savings.

Excellence in leadership award for UoO COO

University of Otago Chief Operating Officer Stephen Willis has won the prestigious Australasian LH Martin Award for Excellence in Leadership for...

Understanding traditional Chinese medicine can help protect species

Demystifying traditional Chinese medicine for conservationists could be the key to better protecting endangered species like pangolins...
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