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Scholar who created a world-class music school
Schools score solid marks for pandemic learning changes
First students in jobs after Premier’s Defence Industry Scholarship Program
New plan to turn back tide of extinction
Silver lining of marine paints
Support for school leavers
New Colombo Plan Scholar acts on disability inclusion
How to keep COVID-19 at bay during summer holidays – and help make travel bubbles a reality in 2021
AI-powered microscope could check cancer margins in minutes
University of Canterbury equips environmental scientists to make a difference
Charles Darwin University city campus work delivers local jobs
Study Sets Baseline for Sleep Patterns in Healthy Adult Dogs
Five tips for staying healthy over holidays
Operation Grad: Arrest after threat to University of Otago graduation ceremonies
President lauds ‘transformational gift’ from Ann S. Bowers ’59
Recurring ‘Weather World’ segment takes viewers to space, beyond
Cornell-bred malting barley has a name: Excelsior Gold
NYS can achieve 2050 carbon goals with Earth’s help
North south divide, not age, linked to hearing loss
Landmark Research Partnership to Deliver Ararat Innovation Boost
Early lockdowns were key in reducing ultimate COVID-19 spread, Baker Institute paper finds
Light from silicon proclaimed as ‘Breakthrough of Year’
Study highlights neurological impact of Covid-19 on children
University donates COVID testing booths to local community
New Managing Director for South Regional TAFE appointed
Coronavirus escalated armed conflicts in several war-torn countries
Forum to focus on aged care workforce
Working from home: Employer guidelines
Experts available this summer
Aerosol sunscreens less reliable than creams and lotions
Sydney’s Freight System Needs a Post-COVID Overhaul
Scientists part of resource mission to Moon
Griffith law grads hope to reshape profession
New approaches to learning and teaching at Swinburne funded by Adobe
Additional targeted support for students and families
Ten university projects awarded grants to boost WA defence research
2020-21 Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook
Vote of approval for expanded Community Transport Service
Spectrum auction design: making money out of thin air
New scholarship aims to improve health and wellbeing in Indigenous communities
Notre Dame University joins discussion of business and ethics
Swinburne and UP Education to deliver in-demand vocational education courses online
Sights set on curbing ‘crime guns’
Leading schools for future: Lessons learned from COVID lockdown
Ararat partnership to boost agriculture in Wannon
Dos and don’ts of donating how to give wisely this Christmas
Swinburne reflects on a year of reconciliation
Improving vaccination rates by dispelling mistrust and conspiracy