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Adelaide Now
Driverless, though not an aimless future Blade Runner days not far awayand give them to technology, we are going to get a better safety outcome.” SA
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 hours ago
and give them to technology, we are going to get a better safety outcome.” SA will fund driverless vehicle trials via Flinders University and car manufacturers. The offshoots are enormous and will instigate new ways of thinking. “Who is... Read more
14h
The Courier Mail
‘White race will be extinct in 40 years’in commerce are playing a causal role in this trend.” Professor Kelton Tremell
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
in commerce are playing a causal role in this trend.” Professor Kelton Tremellen, Professor of Reproductive Medicine at Flinders University, noted the issue did not appear to be apparent in Africa or Asia, suggesting an “environmental or... Read more
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Brisbane Times
'We are not in crisis yet': 60 per cent drop in sperm count can be reversedmost likely cause of this halving of sperm count is obesity," said Kelton Treme
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
most likely cause of this halving of sperm count is obesity," said Kelton Tremellen a professor of Reproductive Medicine at Flinders University. "Poor diet and lack of exercise, both endemic in the western world, has resulted in two-thirds of men... Read more
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WA Today
'We are not in crisis yet': 60 per cent drop in sperm count can be reversedmost likely cause of this halving of sperm count is obesity," said Kelton Treme
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
most likely cause of this halving of sperm count is obesity," said Kelton Tremellen a professor of Reproductive Medicine at Flinders University. "Poor diet and lack of exercise, both endemic in the western world, has resulted in two-thirds of men... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sperm count plummets among Western menup call for unhealthy Western men. Australian reproductive expert Kelton Treme
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
up call for unhealthy Western men. Australian reproductive expert Kelton Tremellen, Professor of Reproductive Medicine at Flinders University, says the paper confirms pervious observations and should act as a “wake-up call” to Aussie blokes. The... Read more
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Herald Sun
Male sperm takes a 60pc divea causal role in this trend,” FIRST-WORLD PROBLEM Professor Kelton Tremellen,
Herald Sun / Posted 2 days ago
a causal role in this trend,” FIRST-WORLD PROBLEM Professor Kelton Tremellen, Professor of Reproductive Medicine at Flinders University, says the study confirms previous observations. But he notes the issue does not appear to be apparent in... Read more
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News.com.au
Sperm count halved among Aussie menup call for unhealthy Western men. Australian reproductive expert Kelton Treme
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
up call for unhealthy Western men. Australian reproductive expert Kelton Tremellen, Professor of Reproductive Medicine at Flinders University, says the paper confirms pervious observations and should act as a “wake-up call” to Aussie blokes. The... Read more
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2d
Sydney Morning Herald
'We are not in crisis yet': 60 per cent drop in sperm count can be reversedmost likely cause of this halving of sperm count is obesity," said Kelton Treme
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
most likely cause of this halving of sperm count is obesity," said Kelton Tremellen a professor of Reproductive Medicine at Flinders University. "Poor diet and lack of exercise, both endemic in the western world, has resulted in two-thirds of men... Read more
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Perth Now
Male sperm takes a 60pc divea causal role in this trend,” FIRST-WORLD PROBLEM Professor Kelton Tremellen,
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
a causal role in this trend,” FIRST-WORLD PROBLEM Professor Kelton Tremellen, Professor of Reproductive Medicine at Flinders University, says the study confirms previous observations. But he notes the issue does not appear to be apparent in... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Aust men's sperm count drops by 50 per centAmerica, Europe and Australia. Australian reproductive expert Kelton Tremellen
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 days ago
America, Europe and Australia. Australian reproductive expert Kelton Tremellen, Professor of Reproductive Medicine at Flinders University, says the paper confirms pervious observations and should act as a 'wake-up call' to men. The most... Read more
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2d
The Age
'We are not in crisis yet': 60 per cent drop in sperm count can be reversedmost likely cause of this halving of sperm count is obesity," said Kelton Treme
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
most likely cause of this halving of sperm count is obesity," said Kelton Tremellen a professor of Reproductive Medicine at Flinders University. "Poor diet and lack of exercise, both endemic in the western world, has resulted in two-thirds of men... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Male sperm takes a 60pc divea causal role in this trend,” FIRST-WORLD PROBLEM Professor Kelton Tremellen,
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
a causal role in this trend,” FIRST-WORLD PROBLEM Professor Kelton Tremellen, Professor of Reproductive Medicine at Flinders University, says the study confirms previous observations. But he notes the issue does not appear to be apparent in... Read more
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2d
The Courier Mail
Male sperm takes a 60pc divea causal role in this trend,” FIRST-WORLD PROBLEM Professor Kelton Tremellen,
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
a causal role in this trend,” FIRST-WORLD PROBLEM Professor Kelton Tremellen, Professor of Reproductive Medicine at Flinders University, says the study confirms previous observations. But he notes the issue does not appear to be apparent in... Read more
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News.com.au
Male sperm takes a 60pc divea causal role in this trend,” FIRST-WORLD PROBLEM Professor Kelton Tremellen,
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
a causal role in this trend,” FIRST-WORLD PROBLEM Professor Kelton Tremellen, Professor of Reproductive Medicine at Flinders University, says the study confirms previous observations. But he notes the issue does not appear to be apparent in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Male sperm takes a 60pc divea causal role in this trend,” FIRST-WORLD PROBLEM Professor Kelton Tremellen,
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
a causal role in this trend,” FIRST-WORLD PROBLEM Professor Kelton Tremellen, Professor of Reproductive Medicine at Flinders University, says the study confirms previous observations. But he notes the issue does not appear to be apparent in... Read more
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2d
WA Today
The three major lifestyle factors linked with a healthier, longer lifereflected in the Australian population which is concerning," said Dr Alison Yax
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
reflected in the Australian population which is concerning," said Dr Alison Yaxley a lecturer in nutrition and dietetics at Flinders University. "While smoking rates are reducing and as a nation we consume less alcohol than a few decades ago, the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The three major lifestyle factors linked with a healthier, longer lifereflected in the Australian population which is concerning," said Dr Alison Yax
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
reflected in the Australian population which is concerning," said Dr Alison Yaxley a lecturer in nutrition and dietetics at Flinders University. "While smoking rates are reducing and as a nation we consume less alcohol than a few decades ago, the... Read more
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NZCity
Sperm counts falling in Kiwi men: studymost likely cause of this halving of sperm counts is obesity, Kelton Tremellen
NZCity / Posted 2 days ago
most likely cause of this halving of sperm counts is obesity, Kelton Tremellen Professor of Reproductive Medicine at Flinders University says. "Poor diet and lack of exercise, both endemic in the western world, has resulted in two-thirds of... Read more
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4d
Canberra Times
The three major lifestyle factors linked with a healthier, longer lifereflected in the Australian population which is concerning," said Dr Alison Yax
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
reflected in the Australian population which is concerning," said Dr Alison Yaxley a lecturer in nutrition and dietetics at Flinders University. "While smoking rates are reducing and as a nation we consume less alcohol than a few decades ago, the... Read more
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The Age
The three major lifestyle factors linked with a healthier, longer lifereflected in the Australian population which is concerning," said Dr Alison Yax
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
reflected in the Australian population which is concerning," said Dr Alison Yaxley a lecturer in nutrition and dietetics at Flinders University. "While smoking rates are reducing and as a nation we consume less alcohol than a few decades ago, the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The three major lifestyle factors linked with a healthier, longer lifereflected in the Australian population which is concerning," said Dr Alison Yax
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
reflected in the Australian population which is concerning," said Dr Alison Yaxley a lecturer in nutrition and dietetics at Flinders University. "While smoking rates are reducing and as a nation we consume less alcohol than a few decades ago, the... Read more
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5d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tasmanian tigers once roamed Kangaroo Island, fossil footprints revealkilometres of Australia's coastline from Western Australia through South Austra
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
kilometres of Australia's coastline from Western Australia through South Australia and Victoria. Dr Aaron Camens, from Flinders University, said more than 300 trace fossils showed the island's reputation for diverse wildlife extended as far... Read more
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6d
Adelaide Now
KI fossil tracks a gateway to the pastwhat they are calling one of the most diverse fossil trackways sites, from the
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 days ago
what they are calling one of the most diverse fossil trackways sites, from the late Pleistocine era, ever uncovered. Flinders University lecturer in palaeontology Aaron Camens told the Sunday Mail the trackways are able to tell scientists... Read more
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News.com.au
KI fossil tracks a gateway to the pastwhat they are calling one of the most diverse fossil trackways sites, from the
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
what they are calling one of the most diverse fossil trackways sites, from the late Pleistocine era, ever uncovered. Flinders University lecturer in palaeontology Aaron Camens told the Sunday Mail the trackways are able to tell scientists... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sedentary lifestyles hurt older Australians' fitness levelsresearch has found. The health and fitness of more than 100 people aged betwee
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
research has found. The health and fitness of more than 100 people aged between 60 and 70 was examined by researchers from Flinders University in Adelaide, replicating a study conducted in 1991. The study tested participants' fitness on an... Read more
7d
The Courier Mail
Panthers warrior to weigh up futurePanthers. Next year will be busy for Liddle with his marriage to fiance Jess H
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Panthers. Next year will be busy for Liddle with his marriage to fiance Jess Harris in February and his graduation from Flinders University as a teacher. “I honestly don’t know what I’m doing next season,” Liddle said. “I’ll assess it at the... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Panthers warrior to weigh up futurePanthers. Next year will be busy for Liddle with his marriage to fiance Jess H
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 7 days ago
Panthers. Next year will be busy for Liddle with his marriage to fiance Jess Harris in February and his graduation from Flinders University as a teacher. “I honestly don’t know what I’m doing next season,” Liddle said. “I’ll assess it at the... Read more
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News.com.au
Panthers warrior to weigh up futurePanthers. Next year will be busy for Liddle with his marriage to fiance Jess H
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
Panthers. Next year will be busy for Liddle with his marriage to fiance Jess Harris in February and his graduation from Flinders University as a teacher. “I honestly don’t know what I’m doing next season,” Liddle said. “I’ll assess it at the... Read more
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News.com.au
These kids have always live here, but are being deportedEva and Koku Wotodzo with children Marcus (7), Francis (4) and Perpetua (11).
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
Eva and Koku Wotodzo with children Marcus (7), Francis (4) and Perpetua (11). A FLINDERS University lecturer and his young family will be deported to his native African country of Togo on Monday — a place the children have never called home. Koku... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Driverless cars set to shift how we thinkdeployed a 12 person shuttle on a trial basis on public roads,” Ms Excell said.
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
deployed a 12 person shuttle on a trial basis on public roads,” Ms Excell said. SA will fund some of the future trials via Flinders University and car manufacturers — Volvo and Ford are particularly active — and can be buoyed by strong public... Read more
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Weekly Times
Great untold tales of Australia’s Outbackby Nobel prize winners — when she first got the idea to become an author. The
Weekly Times / Posted 9 days ago
by Nobel prize winners — when she first got the idea to become an author. The 50-year-old first studied science at Flinders University and with an interest in immunology completed her post-doctorate thesis in the US at Stanford. “In the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Medical students oppose 'money grab' by universities offering private medical degreesEducation spokesperson said. The only exceptions were the University of Melbou
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
Education spokesperson said. The only exceptions were the University of Melbourne, University of Notre Dame Australia and Flinders University, which are permitted to offer a capped number of domestic full-fee-paying places, the spokesperson said... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Medical students oppose 'money grab' by universities offering private medical degreesEducation spokesperson said. The only exceptions were the University of Melbou
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
Education spokesperson said. The only exceptions were the University of Melbourne, University of Notre Dame Australia and Flinders University, which are permitted to offer a capped number of domestic full-fee paying places, the spokesperson said... Read more
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The Age
Medical students oppose 'money grab' by universities offering private medical degreesEducation spokesperson said. The only exceptions were the University of Melbou
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
Education spokesperson said. The only exceptions were the University of Melbourne, University of Notre Dame Australia and Flinders University, which are permitted to offer a capped number of domestic full-fee paying places, the spokesperson said... Read more
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Western Advocate
Following in the steps of Tennessee WilliamsHemingway and Tennessee Williams,” Ms Keen said. Ms Keen was also just awarded
Western Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
Hemingway and Tennessee Williams,” Ms Keen said. Ms Keen was also just awarded her PhD in Drama and Creative Writing from Flinders University. Real stories WE’RE pretty familiar with verbatim theatre in Bathurst (Colette F Keen’s two plays,... Read more
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News.com.au
How hotel will look after $13m upgradean 850-home, $265 million development in the suburb. It may also benefit from
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
an 850-home, $265 million development in the suburb. It may also benefit from upgrades at Flinders Medical Centre and a Flinders University ‘village’ with student accommodation, shops, restaurants, and medical businesses planned around a new... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
How hotel will look after $13m upgradean 850-home, $265 million development in the suburb. It may also benefit from
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 11 days ago
an 850-home, $265 million development in the suburb. It may also benefit from upgrades at Flinders Medical Centre and a Flinders University ‘village’ with student accommodation, shops, restaurants, and medical businesses planned around a new... Read more
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Perth Now
Poor suburbs getting 'poor broadband'worse, holding back poorer areas from economic opportunities and jobs, and deny
Perth Now / Posted 11 days ago
worse, holding back poorer areas from economic opportunities and jobs, and denying them access to essential services.” Flinders University research suggests areas of most socioeconomic disadvantage overlap with regions usually getting... Read more
14d
Adelaide Now
‘More demand, less beds’ under Transforming HealthWilliam Heddle and Associate Professor Michael Shanahan who hold positions at b
Adelaide Now / Posted 14 days ago
William Heddle and Associate Professor Michael Shanahan who hold positions at both Flinders Medical Centre and Flinders University warned the looming closure of the Repatriation General Hospital would result in a significant loss of... Read more
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News.com.au
‘More demand, less beds’ under Transforming HealthWilliam Heddle and Associate Professor Michael Shanahan who hold positions at b
News.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
William Heddle and Associate Professor Michael Shanahan who hold positions at both Flinders Medical Centre and Flinders University warned the looming closure of the Repatriation General Hospital would result in a significant loss of... Read more
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FOX News
Are raw eggs safe to eat — and do they have more nutrients?if you take steps to minimize your risk,” says Harriet Whiley, PhD, an environm
FOX News / Posted 16 days ago
if you take steps to minimize your risk,” says Harriet Whiley, PhD, an environmental biologist who studies public health at Flinders University in Australia. “However, there’s always a small chance.” If you do opt to go raw, there are some steps... Read more
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Canberra Times
Women bear the brunt of Islamophobia: Charles Sturt University report said. However, another recent study suggested Australians were less Islamophob
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
said. However, another recent study suggested Australians were less Islamophobic than they were sometimes led to believe. Flinders University emeritus professor Riaz Hassan wrote in The Conversation that "while there are pockets of antipathy... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Women wearing head coverings 'most at risk' of Islamophobic attackscentres and train stations were two of the most common sites — bystanders inter
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 18 days ago
centres and train stations were two of the most common sites — bystanders intervened in just 25 per cent of incidents. Flinders University Emeritus Professor Riaz Hassan, who was not involved in the study, said public disapproval of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Women bear the brunt of Islamophobia: Charles Sturt University report said. However, another recent study suggested Australians were less Islamophob
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
said. However, another recent study suggested Australians were less Islamophobic than they were sometimes led to believe. Flinders University emeritus professor Riaz Hassan wrote in The Conversation that "while there are pockets of antipathy... Read more
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The Age
Women bear the brunt of Islamophobia: Charles Sturt University report said. However, another recent study suggested Australians were less Islamophob
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
said. However, another recent study suggested Australians were less Islamophobic than they were sometimes led to believe. Flinders University emeritus professor Riaz Hassan wrote in The Conversation that "while there are pockets of antipathy... Read more
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Adelaide Now
It kills more women than breast cancer. Are you at risk?works at the RAH and Adelaide University as well as SAHMRI. More work is being
Adelaide Now / Posted 20 days ago
works at the RAH and Adelaide University as well as SAHMRI. More work is being carried out at Flinders Medical Centre and Flinders University. Researchers at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital are also at the forefront of the field, presenting a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Is consciousness humanity's greatest unsolved riddle?it. It was a bit of a leap of faith." He recalls a conversation he had with hi
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 21 days ago
it. It was a bit of a leap of faith." He recalls a conversation he had with his father, who was a professor of medicine at Flinders University, as he was making the transition. "He was a bit worried about the whole philosophy thing," Professor... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Why are we obsessed with Jane Austen?surpass that. In Adelaide, an international literary conference, Eternal Auste
Adelaide Now / Posted 24 days ago
surpass that. In Adelaide, an international literary conference, Eternal Austen, convened by the Humanities department at Flinders University, runs for three days later this month. Keynote speakers include Professor Devoney Looser from Arizona... Read more
25d
Adelaide Now
Our superstars of the science worldcancer researcher Dr Pallave Dasari, molecular pharmacologist Dr Sanam Mustafa
Adelaide Now / Posted 25 days ago
cancer researcher Dr Pallave Dasari, molecular pharmacologist Dr Sanam Mustafa and plant scientist Prof Rachel Burton. Flinders University ophthalmologist Prof Justine Smith completes the SA quintet. As revealed by The Advertiser last year, Dr... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Olivia opens up to her Universewhen she was completing Year 12 at Seymour College, Ms Rogers ended up deferrin
Adelaide Now / Posted 28 days ago
when she was completing Year 12 at Seymour College, Ms Rogers ended up deferring her speech pathology course at Flinders University to move to Sydney and model full-time. “I didn’t really love that. I didn’t like not using my brain and... Read more
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