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Backing Northern Rivers’ entrepreneurs with generous scholarship opportunity
Getting in early avoids ATAR stress on path to university
Capstone Design Project Course 2022 held jointly with Taiwan Tech
CDU graduates boast top salaries and employment outcomes
Women in energy and water research seminar to feature Susan Altman on Oct. 13
Researcher designs better maternity garments, launches company with ISU assistance
Using virtual reality – in real life – at Abington
Frasers Property awards 2022 Architecture Scholarship for Women
Chemists contributed to Nobel Prize-winning work
Unfolding mysteries of brain
Making waves in analytical science
Empowering brighter future
Positive psychology in disruptive times
Australia’s first Binar spacecraft just came down to Earth as a fireball
University of Toronto marks Orange Shirt Day, National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
Australia appoints new ambassador to Vietnam 30 September
WA hospitals welcome next generation of nurses and midwives
Startup Year: entrepreneur loan program to kickstart startups
Andrews Government’s detailed nursing and midwifery plan is better
How are birdsongs composed? Listening to Australian pied butcherbird
IPad Pro is revolutionizing how archaeologists preserve history of Pompeii
Canterbury astronomers involved in NASA DART Mission
Call midwife: new degree delivers rural support for local mums
Egg-cellent gig for personnel
Book explores influence of Protestant Brooklyn
La Trobe partnership driving innovation
‘A better, more equitable future’: program advances diversity and materials science
One-woman play exploring gender, diversity and unconscious bias in STEM comes to University of Toronto
NYU’s Center for Quantum Information Physics, IBM Quantum Join Up to Train Tomorrow’s Pioneers
Latest data reinforce teacher workforce pressures
Smartphone’s camera and flash could help people measure blood oxygen levels at home
New research to support First Nations students in Territory
Mental health nursing and allied health scholarships now open
When waste products can build wall