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PhysOrg
Small and bright—what nanophotonics means for youand the Sydney Nanoscience Hub at the University of Sydney with nodes at ANU, R
Small and bright—what nanophotonics means for you
PhysOrg / Posted 4 hours ago
and the Sydney Nanoscience Hub at the University of Sydney with nodes at ANU, RMIT University, Macquarie University, Monash University, Swinburne University and UTS. At CUDOS we want to take the next step in the evolution of this technology.... Read more
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PhysOrg
Study reveals children are the collateral damage of the justice systemstudy, called The Impact of Incarceration on Children's Care: A Strategic Frame
Study reveals children are the collateral damage of the justice system
PhysOrg / Posted 4 hours ago
study, called The Impact of Incarceration on Children's Care: A Strategic Framework for Good Care Planning by the Monash University Criminal Justice Research Consortium, was done in recognition that the number of parents being imprisoned... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Miss Zimbabwe Makes Miss Africa Top 6to empower young African women. Meanwhile, the winner Asamoah walked away with
Miss Zimbabwe Makes Miss Africa Top 6
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 hours ago
to empower young African women. Meanwhile, the winner Asamoah walked away with a grant to study business management at Monash University in Johannesburg. In the weeks running up to the event, the 12 finalists embarked on a series of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Borders, Barriers, Walls review: Dark partitions share uncanny resemblance in MUMA showto see your face again?) 2002. Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Sarah Cottier
Borders, Barriers, Walls review: Dark partitions share uncanny resemblance in MUMA show
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
to see your face again?) 2002. Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Sarah Cottier Gallery, Sydney BORDERS, BARRIERS, WALLS Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA) Monash University, 900 Dandenong Road, until July 2 As soon as you enter Borders,... Read more
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CIO
Melbourne scientists develop 'electronic skin'skin. The technology, which involves the use of biomedical sensors, was develo
Melbourne scientists develop 'electronic skin'
CIO / Posted 16 hours ago
skin. The technology, which involves the use of biomedical sensors, was developed by scientists in the NanoBiotics lab at Monash University for monitoring patient health. Made from an incredibly thin gold thread, ten times smaller than a human... Read more
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The Age
Borders, Barriers, Walls review: Dark partitions share uncanny resemblance in MUMA showto see your face again?) 2002. Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Sarah Cottier
Borders, Barriers, Walls review: Dark partitions share uncanny resemblance in MUMA show
The Age / Posted yesterday
to see your face again?) 2002. Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Sarah Cottier Gallery, Sydney BORDERS, BARRIERS, WALLS Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA) Monash University, 900 Dandenong Road, until July 2 As soon as you enter Borders,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Rwanda's Doriane Kundwa Misses Out On Continental Crownevening dress made from the country's trademark kente cloth. She walked away w
Rwanda's Doriane Kundwa Misses Out On Continental Crown
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
evening dress made from the country's trademark kente cloth. She walked away with a grant to study business management at Monash University in Johannesburg. In the weeks running up to the event, the 12 finalists embarked on a series of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Miss Rwanda Loses Miss Africa Crown to GhanaianWorld," revealed Neo Mashishi, the founder of Miss Africa. Rebecca walked home
Miss Rwanda Loses Miss Africa Crown to Ghanaian
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
World," revealed Neo Mashishi, the founder of Miss Africa. Rebecca walked home with a fully paid scholarship to study at Monash University in Johannesburg. iverse, or Miss World," revealed Neo Mashishi, the founder of Miss Africa. Rebecca... Read more
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WA Today
Aussie runner smashes personal best, books Olympic berthZoe Buckman, who has also qualified for the Olympics, has run a quicker time th
Aussie runner smashes personal best, books Olympic berth
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Zoe Buckman, who has also qualified for the Olympics, has run a quicker time than Hall's in the last eight years. Hall, a Monash University masters student who just returned from four years studying on a sports scholarship at Florida State... Read more
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The Border Mail
Letters to the editorcausing people to fall in the street has been ignored. With funding from VicHe
Letters to the editor
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
causing people to fall in the street has been ignored. With funding from VicHealth, Victoria Walks commissioned Monash University Accident Research Centre to conduct a detailed study of falls while walking and the results are very... Read more
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The Courier
Legal centres vital in fight against violenceof the government’s continuing contempt of those who are victims in the context
Legal centres vital in fight against violence
The Courier / Posted yesterday
of the government’s continuing contempt of those who are victims in the context of brand new, frightening research from Monash University. These two stories run parallel, documenting the track of family violence in this country. We apparently... Read more
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The Age
Aussie runner smashes personal best, books Olympic berthZoe Buckman, who has also qualified for the Olympics, has run a quicker time th
Aussie runner smashes personal best, books Olympic berth
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Zoe Buckman, who has also qualified for the Olympics, has run a quicker time than Hall's in the last eight years. Hall, a Monash University masters student who just returned from four years studying on a sports scholarship at Florida State... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
How plants produce flowers in a warming world foundthe impacts of warming temperatures, researchers said. A team led by Associate
How plants produce flowers in a warming world found
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
the impacts of warming temperatures, researchers said. A team led by Associate Professor Sureshkumar Balasubramanian from Monash University in Australia made the discovery by applying a combination of genetic, molecular and computational biology... Read more
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The Economic Times
How plants produce flowers in a warming world foundthe impacts of warming temperatures, researchers said. A team led by Associate
How plants produce flowers in a warming world found
The Economic Times / Posted 2 days ago
the impacts of warming temperatures, researchers said. A team led by Associate Professor Sureshkumar Balasubramanian from Monash University in Australia made the discovery by applying a combination of genetic, molecular and computational biology... Read more
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New Kerala
Mitigating impact of global warming on plant flowering - newkerala.com #57559when plants flower under different temperatures," said lead researcher Sureshku
Mitigating impact of global warming on plant flowering - newkerala.com #57559
New Kerala / Posted 2 days ago
when plants flower under different temperatures," said lead researcher Sureshkumar Balasubramanian, associate professor at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. "These mechanisms are present in all organisms, so we may be able to transfer... Read more
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Gulf News
Ghanaian crowned first ‘Miss Africa Continent’a evening dress made from the country’s trademark kente cloth.She walked away w
Ghanaian crowned first ‘Miss Africa Continent’
Gulf News / Posted 2 days ago
a evening dress made from the country’s trademark kente cloth.She walked away with a grant to study business management at Monash university in Johannesburg.Runner up in the 2015 Miss Ghana competition, Asamoah said she wanted to see young people... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The tatts trending in Sydney’s westper cent) are women.” The growing popularity of tattoos among women in Austral
The tatts trending in Sydney’s west
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
per cent) are women.” The growing popularity of tattoos among women in Australia is supported by the latest findings of Monash University, which show females are twice as likely as men to have one or more tattoos. Nationally, about 14 per cent... Read more
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Daily Mail
Dogs' hearts beat in sync with their owners says studyon the people and animals and then watched what happened when they were reunite
Dogs' hearts beat in sync with their owners says study
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
on the people and animals and then watched what happened when they were reunited Researcher Mia Cobb, of Melbourne’s Monash University, told the Huffington Post: ‘I was impressed at how much they came together. ‘The fact that they shared... Read more
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The China Post
Ghanaian crowned first 'Miss Africa Continent'a evening dress made from the country's trademark kente cloth. She walked away
Ghanaian crowned first 'Miss Africa Continent'
The China Post / Posted 3 days ago
a evening dress made from the country's trademark kente cloth. She walked away with a grant to study business management at Monash university in Johannesburg. Runner up in the 2015 Miss Ghana competition, Asamoah said she wanted to see young people... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Meet the faces of the fight against ovarian cancerfor four to six weeks. And be assertive, Dr Gary Richardson, medical oncologist
Meet the faces of the fight against ovarian cancer
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
for four to six weeks. And be assertive, Dr Gary Richardson, medical oncologist and associate professor of medicine at Monash University, encourages: “If you’re worried that your symptoms are the symptoms of ovarian cancer, go to your doctor... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Grandparents-in-waitingto women in the critical 35-plus age group who haven’t yet met the right person
Grandparents-in-waiting
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
to women in the critical 35-plus age group who haven’t yet met the right person to start a family with. According to a Monash University report, more than a quarter of Australian women aged 35 to 39 don’t have partners, and about a fifth of... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Grandparents-in-waitingto women in the critical 35-plus age group who haven’t yet met the right person
Grandparents-in-waiting
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 days ago
to women in the critical 35-plus age group who haven’t yet met the right person to start a family with. According to a Monash University report, more than a quarter of Australian women aged 35 to 39 don’t have partners, and about a fifth of... Read more
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The Star
RHB Asset wants to be outstanding regional fund houseWholesale Banking as well as the Asset Structuring Department. Eliza holds a M
RHB Asset wants to be outstanding regional fund house
The Star / Posted 4 days ago
Wholesale Banking as well as the Asset Structuring Department. Eliza holds a Master of Business (Banking and Finance) from Monash University, Australia, and is a senior associate member of the Australasian Institute of Banking and Finance, a... Read more
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The North West Star
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violenceand in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, a
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violence
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
and in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, according to new research. Researchers from Monash University and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria analysed the trial transcripts from 51 homicide... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violenceand in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, a
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violence
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
and in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, according to new research. Researchers from Monash University and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria analysed the trial transcripts from 51 homicide... Read more
12 related stories
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The Border Mail
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violenceand in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, a
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violence
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
and in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, according to new research. Researchers from Monash University and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria analysed the trial transcripts from 51 homicide... Read more
12 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violenceand in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, a
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violence
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
and in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, according to new research. Researchers from Monash University and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria analysed the trial transcripts from 51 homicide... Read more
12 related stories
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The Courier
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violenceand in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, a
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violence
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
and in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, according to new research. Researchers from Monash University and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria analysed the trial transcripts from 51 homicide... Read more
12 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violenceand in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, a
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violence
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
and in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, according to new research. Researchers from Monash University and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria analysed the trial transcripts from 51 homicide... Read more
12 related stories
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The Young Witness
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violenceand in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, a
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violence
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
and in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, according to new research. Researchers from Monash University and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria analysed the trial transcripts from 51 homicide... Read more
12 related stories
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Western Advocate
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violenceand in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, a
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violence
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
and in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, according to new research. Researchers from Monash University and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria analysed the trial transcripts from 51 homicide... Read more
12 related stories
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Kiama Independent
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violenceand in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, a
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violence
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
and in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, according to new research. Researchers from Monash University and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria analysed the trial transcripts from 51 homicide... Read more
12 related stories
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Manning River Times
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violenceand in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, a
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violence
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
and in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, according to new research. Researchers from Monash University and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria analysed the trial transcripts from 51 homicide... Read more
12 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violenceand in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, a
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violence
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 days ago
and in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, according to new research. Researchers from Monash University and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria analysed the trial transcripts from 51 homicide... Read more
12 related stories
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The Age
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violenceand in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, a
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violence
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
and in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, according to new research. Researchers from Monash University and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria analysed the trial transcripts from 51 homicide... Read more
12 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violenceand in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, a
Half the men who kill partners have history of domestic violence
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
and in many cases exhibited "red flags" they were capable of lethal violence, according to new research. Researchers from Monash University and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria analysed the trial transcripts from 51 homicide... Read more
12 related stories
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The Courier
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamynext year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a caree
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamy
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
next year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a career as a classical dancer, but instead went to Monash University to study law. She was elected president of the students' association in 2003, standing as an Unaligned Left... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamynext year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a caree
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamy
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
next year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a career as a classical dancer, but instead went to Monash University to study law. She was elected president of the students' association in 2003, standing as an Unaligned Left... Read more
12 related stories
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The Young Witness
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamynext year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a caree
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamy
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
next year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a career as a classical dancer, but instead went to Monash University to study law. She was elected president of the students' association in 2003, standing as an Unaligned Left... Read more
12 related stories
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Western Advocate
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamynext year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a caree
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamy
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
next year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a career as a classical dancer, but instead went to Monash University to study law. She was elected president of the students' association in 2003, standing as an Unaligned Left... Read more
12 related stories
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Kiama Independent
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamynext year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a caree
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamy
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
next year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a career as a classical dancer, but instead went to Monash University to study law. She was elected president of the students' association in 2003, standing as an Unaligned Left... Read more
12 related stories
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Manning River Times
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamynext year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a caree
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamy
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
next year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a career as a classical dancer, but instead went to Monash University to study law. She was elected president of the students' association in 2003, standing as an Unaligned Left... Read more
12 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamynext year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a caree
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamy
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 days ago
next year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a career as a classical dancer, but instead went to Monash University to study law. She was elected president of the students' association in 2003, standing as an Unaligned Left... Read more
12 related stories
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The North West Star
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamynext year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a caree
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamy
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
next year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a career as a classical dancer, but instead went to Monash University to study law. She was elected president of the students' association in 2003, standing as an Unaligned Left... Read more
12 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamynext year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a caree
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamy
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
next year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a career as a classical dancer, but instead went to Monash University to study law. She was elected president of the students' association in 2003, standing as an Unaligned Left... Read more
12 related stories
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The Border Mail
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamynext year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a caree
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamy
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
next year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a career as a classical dancer, but instead went to Monash University to study law. She was elected president of the students' association in 2003, standing as an Unaligned Left... Read more
12 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamynext year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a caree
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamy
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
next year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a career as a classical dancer, but instead went to Monash University to study law. She was elected president of the students' association in 2003, standing as an Unaligned Left... Read more
12 related stories
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The Age
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamynext year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a caree
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamy
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
next year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a career as a classical dancer, but instead went to Monash University to study law. She was elected president of the students' association in 2003, standing as an Unaligned Left... Read more
12 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamynext year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a caree
Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamy
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
next year, Narayanasamy was voted head prefect. She briefly considered a career as a classical dancer, but instead went to Monash University to study law. She was elected president of the students' association in 2003, standing as an Unaligned Left... Read more
12 related stories
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The New Zealand Herald
Dog and human hearts beat in syncshows dogs have a fundamental role to play in lowering stress, says sports scie
Dog and human hearts beat in sync
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
shows dogs have a fundamental role to play in lowering stress, says sports scientist Dr Craig Duncan. Canine scientist and Monash University PhD student Mia Cobb says dog owners even recover more quickly from a heart attack. Dr Duncan and Ms Cobb... Read more
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