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Brisbane Times
$30 billion of 'grey literature' we can't readpapers and other forms of grey literature. Examples of these agencies include
$30 billion of 'grey literature' we can't read
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
papers and other forms of grey literature. Examples of these agencies include The Australian Research Council and The National Health and Medical Research Council. These two agencies collectively allocated approximately $19 billion in public... Read more
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The Age
$30 billion of 'grey literature' we can't readquality "grey literature''. Photo: Fiona Morris Examples of these agencies inc
$30 billion of 'grey literature' we can't read
The Age / Posted yesterday
quality "grey literature''. Photo: Fiona Morris Examples of these agencies include The Australian Research Council and The National Health and Medical Research Council. These two agencies collectively allocated approximately $19 billion in public... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
$30 billion of 'grey literature' we can't readquality "grey literature''. Photo: Fiona Morris Examples of these agencies inc
$30 billion of 'grey literature' we can't read
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
quality "grey literature''. Photo: Fiona Morris Examples of these agencies include The Australian Research Council and The National Health and Medical Research Council. These two agencies collectively allocated approximately $19 billion in public... Read more
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Weekly Times
Qld scientists uncover new cancer hopefindings have been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was
Qld scientists uncover new cancer hope
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
findings have been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was jointly funded by the QIMR Berghofer, Cancer Council Queensland and the National Health and Medical Research Council. Most popular National Breaking... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Researchers discover new cancer hopeto treat the cancer and other serious diseases. The findings have been publish
Researchers discover new cancer hope
Sky News Australia / Posted yesterday
to treat the cancer and other serious diseases. The findings have been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was jointly funded by the QIMR Berghofer, Cancer Council Queensland and the National Health and Medical Research Coun... Read more
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Herald Sun
Qld scientists uncover new cancer hopefindings have been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was
Qld scientists uncover new cancer hope
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
findings have been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was jointly funded by the QIMR Berghofer, Cancer Council Queensland and the National Health and Medical Research Council. Most popular National Breaking... Read more
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News.com.au
Qld scientists uncover new cancer hopebeen published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was jointly funde
Qld scientists uncover new cancer hope
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was jointly funded by the QIMR Berghofer, Cancer Council Queensland and the National Health and Medical Research Council. Originally published as Qld scientists uncover new canc... Read more
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Perth Now
Qld scientists uncover new cancer hopefindings have been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was
Qld scientists uncover new cancer hope
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
findings have been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was jointly funded by the QIMR Berghofer, Cancer Council Queensland and the National Health and Medical Research Council. Most popular National Breaking... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Qld scientists uncover new cancer hopefindings have been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was
Qld scientists uncover new cancer hope
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
findings have been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was jointly funded by the QIMR Berghofer, Cancer Council Queensland and the National Health and Medical Research Council. Most popular National Breaking... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Qld scientists uncover new cancer hopefindings have been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was
Qld scientists uncover new cancer hope
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
findings have been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was jointly funded by the QIMR Berghofer, Cancer Council Queensland and the National Health and Medical Research Council. Most popular National Breaking... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Nutritional supplements can enhance effectiveness of antidepressantsprofessional before changing or initiating a treatment," Dr Sarris said. The r
Nutritional supplements can enhance effectiveness of antidepressants
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
professional before changing or initiating a treatment," Dr Sarris said. The researchers are currently conducting a National Health and Medical Research Council study using a combination of these nutraceuticals for depression. University of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Do antidepressants work better when taken with supplements?professional before changing or initiating a treatment,' Dr Sarris said. The r
Do antidepressants work better when taken with supplements?
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
professional before changing or initiating a treatment,' Dr Sarris said. The researchers are currently conducting a National Health and Medical Research Council study using a combination of these nutraceuticals for depression. The paper was... Read more
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Adelaide Now
This may be why you are always sleepyenabling people to achieve healthy weight loss while also improving their quali
This may be why you are always sleepy
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
enabling people to achieve healthy weight loss while also improving their quality of sleep,” she said. The study, published this month in the journal Nutrients, was funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council and the ResMed Foundati... Read more
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The Courier
Cuts will affect a tiny engine with a big pullremember this: every single researcher with one of those prestigious grants fro
Cuts will affect a tiny engine with a big pull
The Courier / Posted 10 days ago
remember this: every single researcher with one of those prestigious grants from the Australian Research Council or the National Health and Medical Research Council had a teacher who made that possible. Good research springs from good... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Cost of Skin Cancer - South Africa Is Spending More Than It Shouldstatement Caradee Y. Wright receives funding from the South African Medical Re
The Cost of Skin Cancer - South Africa Is Spending More Than It Should
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
statement Caradee Y. Wright receives funding from the South African Medical Research Council and the National Research Foundation. Louisa Griffin receives funding from the National Health and Medical Research... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Drugs could treat alcohol addiction: QUT studyside-effects and costs. "At the moment most treatments are focused on those wh
Drugs could treat alcohol addiction: QUT study
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 days ago
side-effects and costs. "At the moment most treatments are focused on those who drink more than 10 drinks a day." The National Health and Medical Research Council defines lifetime "risky drinkers" as people who consume more than two standard... Read more
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University of Queensland
Pain drug in pipeline as researchers unwind marine snail puzzleTechnology and Associate Professor Stuart Brierley at the University of Adelaid
Pain drug in pipeline as researchers unwind marine snail puzzle
University of Queensland / Posted 17 days ago
Technology and Associate Professor Stuart Brierley at the University of Adelaide. The Australian Research Council and the National Health and Medical Research Council provided funding for the study. The research is the subject of a patent... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Scientist’s formula for fundsto crowd funding to help unlock the mysteries surrounding a common women’s medi
Scientist’s formula for funds
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 days ago
to crowd funding to help unlock the mysteries surrounding a common women’s medical procedure. With success rates for National Health and Medical Research Council grants plummeting from 22 per cent to 15 per cent in the five years between 2009... Read more
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Brisbane Times
3D bioprinting to create live cells for complex dental proceduresresearchers are working towards creating a 3D printer that could change the way
3D bioprinting to create live cells for complex dental procedures
Brisbane Times / Posted 20 days ago
researchers are working towards creating a 3D printer that could change the way we undergo complex dental procedures. National Health and Medical Research Council have issued a $650,000 grant to a team of 15 Griffith researchers who are trying... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Xenotransplantation: a pig issue › Science Featuresconcerns about the potential for cross-species contamination continue to be maj
Xenotransplantation: a pig issue › Science Features
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 days ago
concerns about the potential for cross-species contamination continue to be major stumbling blocks. In 2004, Australia's National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) banned human trials of xenotransplantation procedures (with the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Technology-based virtual race helps participants lose weight, exercise moreincreased risk of cardiovascular disease, adverse cardiac events and death. Ga
Technology-based virtual race helps participants lose weight, exercise more
News-Medical-Net / Posted 24 days ago
increased risk of cardiovascular disease, adverse cardiac events and death. Ganesan receives financial support from the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia. The researchers have no financial relationship with the start-up... Read more
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Canberra Times
American sperm the only option for most Canberra womencentre obtained a large amount of its sperm from Denmark prior to a change of d
American sperm the only option for most Canberra women
Canberra Times / Posted 26 days ago
centre obtained a large amount of its sperm from Denmark prior to a change of donor guidelines in 2004, when the National Health and Medical Research Council said children born from donor semen had a right to know their father's identity,... Read more
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The North West Star
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 millionto meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 million
The North West Star / Posted 27 days ago
to meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt said it would "build on the work of the National Health and Medical Research Council". Reviews by a number of state and federal government health bodies including... Read more
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Daily Liberal
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 millionto meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 million
Daily Liberal / Posted 28 days ago
to meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt said it would "build on the work of the National Health and Medical Research Council". Reviews by a number of state and federal government health bodies including... Read more
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The Border Mail
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 millionto meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 million
The Border Mail / Posted 28 days ago
to meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt said it would "build on the work of the National Health and Medical Research Council". Reviews by a number of state and federal government health bodies including... Read more
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Daily Liberal
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 millionto meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 million
Daily Liberal / Posted 28 days ago
to meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt said it would "build on the work of the National Health and Medical Research Council". Reviews by a number of state and federal government health bodies including... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 millionto meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 million
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 28 days ago
to meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt said it would "build on the work of the National Health and Medical Research Council". Reviews by a number of state and federal government health bodies including... Read more
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The Courier
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 millionto meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 million
The Courier / Posted 28 days ago
to meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt said it would "build on the work of the National Health and Medical Research Council". Reviews by a number of state and federal government health bodies including... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 millionto meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 million
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 28 days ago
to meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt said it would "build on the work of the National Health and Medical Research Council". Reviews by a number of state and federal government health bodies including... Read more
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The Young Witness
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 millionto meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 million
The Young Witness / Posted 28 days ago
to meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt said it would "build on the work of the National Health and Medical Research Council". Reviews by a number of state and federal government health bodies including... Read more
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Western Advocate
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 millionto meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 million
Western Advocate / Posted 28 days ago
to meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt said it would "build on the work of the National Health and Medical Research Council". Reviews by a number of state and federal government health bodies including... Read more
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Kiama Independent
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 millionto meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 million
Kiama Independent / Posted 28 days ago
to meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt said it would "build on the work of the National Health and Medical Research Council". Reviews by a number of state and federal government health bodies including... Read more
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Manning River Times
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 millionto meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 million
Manning River Times / Posted 28 days ago
to meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt said it would "build on the work of the National Health and Medical Research Council". Reviews by a number of state and federal government health bodies including... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 millionto meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 million
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 28 days ago
to meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt said it would "build on the work of the National Health and Medical Research Council". Reviews by a number of state and federal government health bodies including... Read more
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The North West Star
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 millionto meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt
True cost to taxpayers of investigating wind farm complaints tops $2.5 million
The North West Star / Posted 28 days ago
to meet about every two months. Announcing the committee last October, Mr Hunt said it would "build on the work of the National Health and Medical Research Council". Reviews by a number of state and federal government health bodies including... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Griffith researchers pioneer use of 3D bioprinting to replace missing teeth, bonepioneer the use of 3D bioprinting to replace missing teeth and bone. The three
Griffith researchers pioneer use of 3D bioprinting to replace missing teeth, bone
News-Medical-Net / Posted 28 days ago
pioneer the use of 3D bioprinting to replace missing teeth and bone. The three-year study, which has been granted a National Health and Medical Research Council Grant of $650,000, is being undertaken by periodontist Professor Saso Ivanovski... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australian-first 3D tissue printing 'could revolutionise dentistry'what is old bone and new," Professor Ivanovski said. The three-year study has
Australian-first 3D tissue printing 'could revolutionise dentistry'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 29 days ago
what is old bone and new," Professor Ivanovski said. The three-year study has been given a $650,000 grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council, and researchers are aiming for pre-clinical trials within the next year. "By... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rateNew Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rate
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 30 days ago
New Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling until about 2017. The study, funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia and published in The Journal of Investigative Dermatology,... Read more
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Northern Star
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rateNew Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rate
Northern Star / Posted 30 days ago
New Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling until about 2017. The study, funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia and published in The Journal of Investigative Dermatology,... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rateNew Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rate
The Daily Mercury / Posted 30 days ago
New Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling until about 2017. The study, funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia and published in The Journal of Investigative Dermatology,... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rateNew Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rate
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 30 days ago
New Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling until about 2017. The study, funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia and published in The Journal of Investigative Dermatology,... Read more
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Queensland Times
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rateNew Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rate
Queensland Times / Posted 30 days ago
New Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling until about 2017. The study, funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia and published in The Journal of Investigative Dermatology,... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rateNew Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rate
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 30 days ago
New Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling until about 2017. The study, funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia and published in The Journal of Investigative Dermatology,... Read more
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News Mail
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rateNew Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rate
News Mail / Posted 30 days ago
New Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling until about 2017. The study, funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia and published in The Journal of Investigative Dermatology,... Read more
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Daily Examiner
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rateNew Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rate
Daily Examiner / Posted 30 days ago
New Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling until about 2017. The study, funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia and published in The Journal of Investigative Dermatology,... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
New Zealand’s melanoma rates highest in the worldare also increasing across all six populations, but are highest in Australia an
New Zealand’s melanoma rates highest in the world
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 30 days ago
are also increasing across all six populations, but are highest in Australia and New Zealand. The study was funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia. ENDS © Scoop Media Review: The Light-Hearted Hermeneutics... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
NZ overtakes Australia's skin cancer rateNew Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling
NZ overtakes Australia's skin cancer rate
Otago Daily Times / Posted 30 days ago
New Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling until about 2017. The study, funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia and published in The Journal of Investigative Dermatology,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rateNew Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling
New Zealand overtakes Australia's melanoma rate
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 30 days ago
New Zealand's rates are still increasing and are not expected to start falling until about 2017. The study, funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia and published in The Journal of Investigative Dermatology,... Read more
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Northern Star
Could gaming grannies stay healthy longer?and Mental Health, Mathew Summers, and Professor of Disruptive Technologies Stu
Could gaming grannies stay healthy longer?
Northern Star / Posted a month ago
and Mental Health, Mathew Summers, and Professor of Disruptive Technologies Stuart Smith will use a $496,000 National Health and Medical Research Council grant to study frailty in people aged over 65, with a larger, global research... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Could gaming grannies stay healthy longer?and Mental Health, Mathew Summers, and Professor of Disruptive Technologies Stu
Could gaming grannies stay healthy longer?
The Daily Mercury / Posted a month ago
and Mental Health, Mathew Summers, and Professor of Disruptive Technologies Stuart Smith will use a $496,000 National Health and Medical Research Council grant to study frailty in people aged over 65, with a larger, global research... Read more
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