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WHO welcomes preliminary results about dexamethasone use in treating critically ill COVID-19 patients
Roadmap laid out for next generation of crops for high productivity and resilience to climate change
Digital News Report Australia 2020: Australians want impartial and independent news
City of Ballarat interim CEO announced
New Appointments To County And Coroners Courts
UQ, CEPI and CSL partner for COVID-19
University of Queensland, CEPI and CSL partner to advance development and manufacture of COVID-19 vaccine candidate
Human Mobility and Western Asia’s Early State-Level Societies
Prioritising protection of global eco-regions to meet international biodiversity targets
Increased chances of devastating heatwatves, study finds
Two new Corresponding Members admitted to Academy 14 May
149 COVID-19 patients admitted to intensive care units since Australian outbreak, New data reveals
Which COVID-19 models should we use to make policy decisions?
Safely relaxing social distancing comes down to numbers
“Either I’m starving or I’m dying of coronavirus” – gig economy companies must do more to protect workers during
Time to re-define sex-specific symptoms of acute coronary syndrome, say researchers
Ludwig Oxford Director Xin Lu elected to Royal Society
Guide for COVID-19 remote consultation by primary carers designed by NTU Singapore scientist
Weill Cornell doctor creates epidemic modeling tool
COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator Awards $20 Million in Initial Grants to Fund Clinical Trials
CSIRO begins testing Covid-19 vaccines
COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator Awards $20 Million in Initial Grants to Fund Clinical Trials
Integrating Cancer Imaging Biomarker Clinical Research Across UK
University expands Reach Project, focused on international development, to other universities
Monash welcomes new Dean of Education, Professor Viv Ellis
University ranked first in Canada in QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020
Former Chairman of UK’s DCMS to visit Australia
Using ‘flagship’ species as face of fundraising campaigns benefits entire ecosystems – when backed by science
Diabetes increases risk of heart failure; more so in women than men
Healthy lifestyle may counteract genetic risk of dementia
Research suggests that high blood pressure is a major cause of heart valve disease
Tsinghua University Amgen Scholars Program Officially Launched
Nanjing Jiangbei New Area launches “source place plan”
Shanghai Jiao Tong University: Antai Ranked 19th Place in World, and No.1 in Asia
Only one in five doctors aware of patient feedback about their care online, survey reveals
Choosing Wisely forum to address low-value and unnecessary healthcare
Bob Hawke honoured at new inner city high school
Religious diversity key to social cohesion despite short-term challenges