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Associate Professor Jennifer Burn

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UC launches new cancer therapeutic company

11-Feb-2016 The University of Canberra has established a new start-up company to commercialise a novel approach to prevent the recurrence of metastasis, with an initial focus on breast cancer. EpiAxis Therapeutics Pty Ltd will take innovative University of Canberra ... more...

Paralympic medallist named UC’s 2016 Athlete in Residence

10-Feb-2016 Five-time Paralympian and three-time medallist Richard Nicholson has been named the University of Canberra’s athlete in residence for 2016, TODAY. The appointment will give students the opportunity to work with and learn from Mr Nicholson and his ... more...

Gender registration should be as easy as changing names

10-Feb-2016 South Australia should have a system that allows adults to change their registered sex or gender by a simple application to the Office of Births, Deaths and Marriages, according to law experts from the University of Adelaide. The recommendation – ... more...

Time to stop politicking around climate change: John Hewson at UC lecture

09-Feb-2016 Australian economic expert and former Liberal Party and Opposition Leader, Dr John Hewson AM will discuss how technology and innovation can answer the climate challenge at this year’s University of Canberra Krebs Lecture. Dr Hewson has previously ... more...

Quad bike fatalities prompt safety recommendations

09-Feb-2016 Australian farmers are being urged to replace their quad bikes with safer alternatives, to prevent children under the age of 16 from riding them, and to wear helmets – all in the hopes of reducing the alarming number of quad bike deaths ... more...