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Urgent need for anti-smoking campaigns to continue after pregnancy

Curtin University research has found quit support for smoking mothers should continue even after their first babies are born, given that many of those women will become pregnant again, and that quitting can substantially reduce the risk of future preterm births.

WA Health Hackathon Week 2021 is here

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Trojans At Tokyo Olympics Day 9: Andre De Grasse Wins USC’s 3rd Medal; Isaiah...

As the Olympic swimming competition concluded, the track action heated up on Day 9 (Sunday, Aug. 1, in Tokyo) of the 2020 Olympics...

Dr Nick Evans recognised by royal historical society for inspirational teaching

University of Hull lecturer Dr Nick Evans has been recognised by the Royal Historical Society for his innovative teaching at a prestigious national awards ceremony.

Curtin WA’s #1 for undergraduate full-time employment and starting salary

Curtin University has again outranked all other public universities in Western Australia for undergraduate outcomes in full-time employment and starting salary, as well as staff qualifications, in the Good Universities Guide 2022.

Football unites at the university of hull as new team gb project launches

The University of Hull has teamed up with Team GB to help bring the beautiful game to more young people in the city.

HULL graduate matt johnson launches new marketing agency in city

University of Hull graduate Matt Johnson has launched a new Hull-based content marketing agency after three years of successful freelancing.

Last ice-covered parts of summertime Arctic Ocean vulnerable to climate change

In a rapidly changing Arctic, one area might serve as a refuge – a place that could continue to harbor ice-dependent species when conditions in nearby areas become inhospitable.

Boost for region’s bioeconomy as university thyme project secures £1.8m funding

A highly successful university collaboration, which is driving increased productivity in the bioeconomy, has been awarded a further £1.8m.

UM’s 35th Portuguese Language Summer Course ends with success

The 35th Portuguese Language Summer Course, organised by the University of Macau (UM) Department of Portuguese, has ended with success on 23 July.
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