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Concussions may be associated with worse brain function at later age: study

Experiencing three or more traumatic brain injuries was linked with lower cognitive function later in life.

Shine on: Summer Lab awarded for excellence in entrepreneurial education

A free, co-curricular programme held over summer and designed to make entrepreneurship accessible and engaging has scored an international award.

GEIC signs NERD as Tier 1 partner for sustainable construction tech

Nationwide Engineering Research & Development (NERD) has signed a Tier 1 agreement with The University of Manchester’s Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC)...

£2.2m For Glasgow Cancer Centre To Help Find New Treatments

The development of new cancer treatments in Scotland is to receive major funding, providing future hope for people diagnosed with the disease.

Virtual Reality Experience transports students to Ancient Greece

New immersive experience at King’s allows users to step back 2,500 years to consult with ancient Greek gods.

Exceptional ANU staff awarded in 2023 Australia Day Honours

An esteemed astronomer, a specialist in Asian Art History, a leader in science education and research, and a GP working in drug and alcohol dependency were among those recognised in the 2023 Australia Day Honours.

World-class centre for single crystal electron diffraction will be UK first

A new centre based jointly at the University of Southampton and the University of Warwick will draw on expertise from two world class universities and become a game changer for chemical industries...

Twelve Local Heroes art trail opens at UC

Wearing the same unique manaia around his neck as when his bronze statue was created in 2009, Tā Tipene O’Regan attended the official opening of the new Twelve Local Heroes Trail at the University of Canterbury (UC)...

ANU researchers closer to finding new lung cancer treatments

Scientists from The Australian National University (ANU) and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre have discovered that a protein, called Menin, contributes to abnormal deactivation of specific genes in cancer cells.

Global study identifies genes that cause sarcoma

Understanding the genetic basis of sarcoma will allow earlier detection and better guide treatment.
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