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Researcher nets top 10 innovator award for fighting superbugs

26-Nov-2018 University of Adelaide scientist Dr Katharina Richter has been named as one of the top 10 innovators in the MIT Technology Review Innovators Under 35 competition for the Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Southeast Asia and Taiwan region. The awards, wh ... more...

Bonita Mabo honoured by JCU

26-Nov-2018 Bonita Mabo has received one of James Cook University’s highest awards, an Honorary Doctor of Letters, in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the community. Dr Mabo has been recognised for her advocacy work for Indigenous schooling and ... more...

Tropical summer causes DNA damage in pig sperm

26-Nov-2018 In a first-of-its-kind study, James Cook University researchers have discovered that tropical heat is no good for the love life of pigs. Dr Damien Paris, Prof Bruce Gummow and PhD student Dr Santiago Peña Jr from the Gamete and Embryology (GAME) ... more...

Refurbishment of the Capitol Theatre is well underway. Photo: Shen Nan, Diploma of Photography and Photo Imaging student.

RMIT partners with ACMI to reactivate the iconic Capitol Theatre

19-Nov-2018 The Capitol Theatre will soon take its place again at the centre of Melbourne’s vibrant cultural scene thanks to an exciting partnership between ACMI and RMIT that will see the iconic theatre reopen in 2019. Once the city’s hub for a thrivin ... more...

New blood test detects early stage ovarian cancer

19-Nov-2018 Research on a bacterial toxin first discovered in Adelaide has led to the development a new blood test for the early diagnosis of ovarian cancer - a disease which kills over 1000 Australian women and 150,000 globally each year. The new blood test has th ... more...