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Professor Michael Wallach

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Parasitology, infectious diseases, biotechnology, veterinary vaccines
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Closing the Gap aims to halve the gap for Indigenous children in reading, writing and numeracy by 2018.

Local language education will help close the gap

23-Feb-2017 Australia is a linguistically diverse nation, with more than 250 languages spoken, yet students certainly don’t have multilingualism reinforced throughout their school years and many Indigenous students can’t even learn in their mother tongue. ... more...

Professor Ellie Chapple is investigating the challenges public companies face using social media

Don’t tweet too soon - public companies face social media reporting dilemma

22-Feb-2017 ASX-listed businesses face a dilemma when it comes to engaging with shareholders via social media, according to QUT research. Lead researcher Professor Ellie Chapple, from QUT Business School, said public companies needed to find a balance between finan ... more...

A low-cost, easy-to-operate project to remove arsenic and deliver safe and clean drinking water has won a Technology Against Poverty prize of $500,000. Distinguished Professor Saravanamuth Vigneswaran and Dr Tien Vinh Nguyen of the UTS Faculty of Engineer

Water filtration system wins $500,000 innovation award

17-Feb-2017 A low-cost, easy-to-operate project to remove arsenic and deliver safe and clean drinking water has won a Technology Against Poverty prize of $500,000. Distinguished Professor Saravanamuth Vigneswaran and Dr Tien Vinh Nguyen of the U ... more...

Lap band surgery benefits very obese adolescents

19-Jan-2017 Lap band surgery has significant benefits for severely obese teenagers and, despite its controversial nature, should still be considered as a first option to manage obesity during adolescence, a new study has found. Led by University of Adelaide researc ... more...

Link between sweetener and liver cancer probed

18-Jan-2017 A James Cook University researcher will use a grant from the Cancer Council to investigate the relationship between fructose - a common sweetener in soft drinks - and liver cancer, an increasingly prevalent and deadly cancer. Dr Lionel Hebbard has been ... more...