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Conversion to Type 2 Diabetes declining
Lessons from lockdown: Parents to have their say on home learning
Mask mandates delayed by nearly a month in Republican-led states, UW study finds
USDA grants to fund studies of plant viruses, insecticides
Bedside trial of COVID-19 ICU patients sees hydrocortisone improve recovery
Small Enzyme-Mimicking Polymers May Have Helped Start Life
La Trobe University and Didasko scoop National Educational Publishing Awards
Cyclone preparations hinge on cost and effectiveness
‘Adaptive testing’ quickly IDs infections within social circles
NSF grant to fund economists’ active learning study
HRI study confirms role of GPs and novel eHealth tools for AF screening to prevent stroke
Best practice boosts survival
Greening our cities – reducing ‘urban heat island’ effect
“Soft” skills and parental support key to navigating HSC during COVID-19
Ambient light alters refraction in 2D material
Zooming in on Dark Matter
Worry increases, distancing decreases with COVID second wave
Combined cancer therapies most effective to treat mesothelioma
Public Exhibition of Draft Flood Policy 2020
Monash University researchers prove infant formula can enable use of antimalarial drugs in children
Thinner Arctic ice more sensitive to ocean heat fluxes and storms
Residents to help shape Irymple’s future at Mildura
Greens bushfire claims up in smoke
Acknowledgment of Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
Engineers Uncover Biomechanical Effects of Skin Rubbing
Exmouth Gulf proposals to be subject of cumulative impact study
COVID-19 public health measures: Worldwide responses observed through a social lens
‘Lone wolves’ seen as more creative, ILR research finds
A leap forward for biomaterials design using AI Data-driven approach allows for advanced material screening
Kyabram flood study – a step closer
Guidelines for safe campaigning
COVID-19: 24 million cases globally, Victorian case numbers stabilising
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Pollack encourages new Cornellians to “move past barriers”
COVID-19: 23 million cases globally, Victorian case numbers stabilising
World Mosquito Program’s Wolbachia method dramatically reduces dengue incidence
Independent Commissioner Against Corruption : Findings relating to University of Adelaide
STATEMENT – Response to Australian Financial Review article
Exercise therapy for Parkinson’s disease
Dunolly and Carisbrook flood study amendment
Robotic surgery improves outcomes for patients with oral cancers
Royal Commission witness and former financial adviser Sam Henderson pleads guilty to dishonesty and defective
Recognising Beaumaris Arts Group Studio’s heritage and cultural significance
Flexible targets help immune system make finely-tuned antibo
Help is available as study stress skyrockets due to COVID-19
Biologist awarded $1.8M to study neuronal reprograming for spinal cord repair
Study suggests dental caries may have new bacterial cause
Marketing grad helps businesses pivot during COVID-19