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Professor Milind Sathye

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Bank performance, efficiency, regulation and policy. Anti-Money Laundering, small...
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Tough laws prevent gun deaths

18-Oct-2018 A major global report confirms gun-related homicides, suicides and accidents are falling in Australia after the introduction of anti-gun laws, and that the effect of such tough laws is similar elsewhere. James Cook University Associate Professor Richard ... more...

Frog researcher snares PM’s Science Prize

18-Oct-2018 A frog researcher whose ground-breaking discoveries at James Cook University solved the mystery of a disease killing frogs around the world has won one of Australia’s most prestigious science prizes. JCU adjunct Dr Lee Berger, based within the One ... more...

Global study finds youngest in class more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD

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Audit of unprecedented mangrove dieback

15-Oct-2018 James Cook University scientists investigating an unprecedented mangrove dieback in the Gulf of Carpentaria three years ago are surveying the area to see how well it has recovered – and the early signs aren’t good.  Dr Norman Duke&rsquo ... more...

From left: Former Joanna Briggs Institute Clinical Fellow and registered nurse from Papua New Guinea, Sylvia John, and Professor Zoe Jordan, Director, Joanna Briggs Institute, University of Adelaide. Larger version available on request.

Governor-General recognises leaders in life-saving healthcare

11-Oct-2018 From cow dung spread on the umbilical cords of African newborns, to Vegemite and water being used to feed babies in the Australian outback, a lack of knowledge about best healthcare practice has the potential to do more harm than good. At the University ... more...