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Improving cancer diagnosis with AI

New research using digital imaging could transform the field of cancer diagnosis in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Ethnicity and early menopause increase risk of type 2 diabetes

University of Queensland research has found ethnicity plays a significant role in determining a woman’s risk of developing type 2 diabetes after early menopause.

CSIRO invests $500K to help Indigenous students pursue future in STEM

Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, has bestowed more than half a million dollars to the University of Wollongong (UOW) to enable more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to pursue a future in STEM...

Managers need better skills to support wellbeing at work

Ongoing research by Canterbury organisational psychology researchers highlights the need to develop workplace leaders who can relate to staff as “whole humans”.

2023 Australian Mental Health Prize winners announced

Four outstanding individuals have been recognised for their efforts in dismantling stigma, igniting crucial conversations, and having an impact on mental health.

UWA Business School remains one of Australia’s leading business institutions

The University of Western Australia’s Business School has been placed in Australia’s top five in the AFR BOSS Best Business Schools ranking for 2023.

Durham Book Festival 2023

Durham's annual Book Festival returns from Friday 13 - Sunday 15 October.

New Global Centre in Clean Energy to be led by the University of Birmingham

The University of Birmingham is to be the UK lead for a new £6.2m Global Centre in Clean Energy.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of studying in Canada?

Studying in Canada is one of the choices for many Chinese students. However, there are also advantages and disadvantages to studying in Canada.

Grad’s journey from feeling lost to working for a Big Four firm

Self-confessed data nerd Kaeleigh Karrol wasn't entirely sure which direction she wanted to head in, a new University of Auckland offering, however, helped pave the way.
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