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Mashable
New species of sunfish discovered by scientist in New ZealandMarianne Nyegaard didn't expect to find a new species of sunfish — the heaviest
Mashable / Posted 13 hours ago
Marianne Nyegaard didn't expect to find a new species of sunfish — the heaviest of all bony fishes. The PhD student from Murdoch University in Western Australia made the discovery while researching the population genetics of ocean sunfish off the... Read more
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International Business Times
New bizarre giant sunfish species 'Hoodwinker' is the first to be discovered in 130 years three centuries. The discovery was made by an international team of researcher
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
three centuries. The discovery was made by an international team of researchers led by Marianne Nyegaard, a PhD student at Murdoch University. The new species was discovered while researching the population genetics of ocean sunfish. According to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Bizarre new species of fish discovered thanks to social mediagenetic differences in samples of starfish They suggested a fourth previously
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
genetic differences in samples of starfish They suggested a fourth previously undiscovered species of the creatures The Murdoch University student spent four years searching for proof it exists It has been named the Hoodwinker Sunfish thanks to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How I found a new bizarre-looking sunfish — using social mediaHow I found a new species of the bizarre-looking sunfish — using social media
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
How I found a new species of the bizarre-looking sunfish — using social media By Marianne Nyegaard, Murdoch University Photo:A beached hoodwinker sunfish, the new species described by researchers from Murdoch University.(Supplied: Murdoch... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
New Giant Ocean Sunfish Species Discoveredof New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, the University of Otago, Hiroshima University
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 6 days ago
of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, the University of Otago, Hiroshima University and the University of Tokyo, and led by a Murdoch University student.Marianne Nyegaard, from Murdoch’s School of Veterinary and Life Sciences, found the new species... Read more
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CTV News
Study looks at little-known effects of musculoskeletal issues on other diseasesis the leader in terms of cause of disability," said Dr. Jeff Hebert, who has j
CTV News / Posted 6 days ago
is the leader in terms of cause of disability," said Dr. Jeff Hebert, who has joined UNB's faculty of kinesiology from Murdoch University in Western Australia. Hebert said doctors often treat the pain, but fail to look at how the patient's... Read more
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Mumbrella
Murdoch University asks students to 'free your think' in new campaignMurdoch University has asked potential students to ‘free your think’ in a rhymi
Mumbrella / Posted 8 days ago
Murdoch University has asked potential students to ‘free your think’ in a rhyming campaign which promotes its campuses in Perth, Singapore and Dubai, JWT Perth created the campaign with the aim of using unconventional language and visuals to stand... Read more
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WA Today
A risky meal: Pilbara dolphins follow fishing boats for 'years' on WA coastfound to have foraged around specific trawlers for years, expressing a high lev
WA Today / Posted 13 days ago
found to have foraged around specific trawlers for years, expressing a high level of "fidelity" to certain fishing boats. Murdoch University professor Neil Loneragan said while the data was preliminary, it gave important insight into why the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
A risky meal: Pilbara dolphins follow fishing boats for 'years' on WA coastfound to have foraged around specific trawlers for years, expressing a high lev
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
found to have foraged around specific trawlers for years, expressing a high level of "fidelity" to certain fishing boats. Murdoch University professor Neil Loneragan said while the data was preliminary, it gave important insight into why the... Read more
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The Age
A risky meal: Pilbara dolphins follow fishing boats for 'years' on WA coastfound to have foraged around specific trawlers for years, expressing a high lev
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
found to have foraged around specific trawlers for years, expressing a high level of "fidelity" to certain fishing boats. Murdoch University professor Neil Loneragan said while the data was preliminary, it gave important insight into why the... Read more
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WA Today
How to future proof your kneesdo a lot to prevent knee problems, says Alasdair Dempsey, a senior lecturer in
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
do a lot to prevent knee problems, says Alasdair Dempsey, a senior lecturer in Biomechanics and Sport Science at Perth's Murdoch University. "Strength training reduces the risk of osteoarthritis by strengthening the muscles that support the knee... Read more
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Brisbane Times
How to future proof your kneesdo a lot to prevent knee problems, says Alasdair Dempsey, a senior lecturer in
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
do a lot to prevent knee problems, says Alasdair Dempsey, a senior lecturer in Biomechanics and Sport Science at Perth's Murdoch University. "Strength training reduces the risk of osteoarthritis by strengthening the muscles that support the knee... Read more
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Perth Now
A drone’s tale of whalesshot this season by leading WA marine researcher Dr Fredrik Christiansen. But
Perth Now / Posted 16 days ago
shot this season by leading WA marine researcher Dr Fredrik Christiansen. But the postdoctoral research fellow, from Murdoch University’s School of Veterinary and Life Sciences, is not one of a growing horde of photographers using drones to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Whale migration brings unwanted drone attentionphotographers Photo: Only operators with correct permits are allowed to go wit
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
photographers Photo: Only operators with correct permits are allowed to go within whale flight exclusion zones. (Supplied: Murdoch University) As annual whale migrations continue around Australia, you might be tempted to fly your drone over these... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Aussies drinking less beer, but luckily for our farmers Vietnam is picking up the slackfor the development of better quality beer and drought-resistant crops. Lead r
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 days ago
for the development of better quality beer and drought-resistant crops. Lead researcher in the barley genome project, Murdoch University Professor Chengdao Li said barley research was considered to be of particular importance because is was a... Read more
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WA Today
Murdoch University fights to tear up 'out-of-touch' employee agreementMurdoch University has entered into a three-week hearing with the Fair Work Com
WA Today / Posted 21 days ago
Murdoch University has entered into a three-week hearing with the Fair Work Commission to discuss tearing up a long-standing enterprise agreement with its academic and general staff. The University first flagged its intentions to terminate the... Read more
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The Age
Murdoch University fights to tear up 'out-of-touch' staff agreement Murdoch University has entered into a three-week hearing with the Fair Work Com
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
Murdoch University has entered into a three-week hearing with the Fair Work Commission to discuss tearing up a long-standing enterprise agreement with its academic and general staff. The University first flagged its intentions to terminate the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Murdoch University fights to tear up 'out-of-touch' staff agreement Murdoch University has entered into a three-week hearing with the Fair Work Com
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
Murdoch University has entered into a three-week hearing with the Fair Work Commission to discuss tearing up a long-standing enterprise agreement with its academic and general staff. The University first flagged its intentions to terminate the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
What was the substance Michelle Payne was taking?of being full, so it reduces the perception of hunger," Timothy Fairchild, a se
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 26 days ago
of being full, so it reduces the perception of hunger," Timothy Fairchild, a senior lecturer in exercise physiology at Murdoch University, said. The drug was prescribed to Payne in the wake of a bad fall in May last year. She needed pancreatic... Read more
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The Sault Star
Algoma U stresses student exchangeshas 36 exchange partners in 14 different countries. The university signed its f
The Sault Star / Posted 30 days ago
has 36 exchange partners in 14 different countries. The university signed its first exchange agreement in 2007. Murdoch University in Australia, Canterbury Christ Church University in England and Colima University in Mexico are popular... Read more

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