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Lung cancer and mesothelioma research receives funding boost

A researcher from The University of Western Australia has been awarded $480,000 in funding over the next four years for vital research into the treatment of those living with lung cancer and mesothelioma...

Preventing cancer relapse with a genetic test

Scientists have found a new way to predict which myeloma patients will benefit the most from a treatment often used to help keep the blood cancer from coming back after a stem cell transplant.

Review site a boost for Aotearoa books and writers

Aotearoa New Zealand fiction, non-fiction and poetry is getting a boost with a new site devoted to reviews, launched with seed funding from the Faculty of Arts at the University of Auckland.

NASA delegation visits Plants for Space

A delegation from NASA headed by Administrator Senator Bill Nelson and Deputy Administrator Colonel (USAF, ret) Pam Melroy visited the University of Adelaide on Monday 20 March...

Care leavers face ‘acute challenges’ in transition to adulthood

Care leavers in England are over ten times more likely than their peers to not be working or studying in their 21st year, a new study has shown.

Singapore: The Top Destination for International Students

Singapore has emerged as a leading destination for international students seeking higher education. With its world-class education system and vibrant multi-cultural environment...

What is the most famous music college?

There are several prestigious music colleges around the world, and the most famous one could be subjective depending on personal opinions and cultural contexts.

Dramatic changes in New Zealand river flows, research finds

Parts of the North Island have seen extreme rainfall this summer, but long-term trends show summer river flows are decreasing in these areas and they’re likely to be getting drier.

2023 enrolment data: Demand for nursing drives enrolments at Waikato

The University of Waikato is performing against the odds, with an increase in student enrolments for 2023 despite Ministry Funded Equivalent Full-Time Student (EFTS) numbers being down slightly (1%) on last year.

University of Glasgow to celebrate Lord of the Rings author JRR...

Today he is remembered as the “father” of modern fantasy literature and the author of two of the best-loved and biggest-selling books of all time.
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