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2014/08/01 05:27
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UQ experts for World Breastfeeding Week - 1 to 7 August World Breastfeeding Week begins on 1 August and The University of Queensland has some leading experts, including: Mae’t Pearson: Mae't has...
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2014/08/01 04:27
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Tighter bag limits for fishermen have been identified as an important key to ocean ecosystem conservation. Researchers at The University of Queensland’s Global Change Institute have found that marine...
2014/07/31 19:17
2014/07/31 19:17
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WITH Ipswich set to grow by 280,000 people in the next two decades, the future of the city's businesses and industry looks bright. Ipswich Mayor Paul Pisasale said every dollar spent in the city was...
2014/07/31 04:27
2014/07/31 04:27
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Domestic violence survivor and single mother of five Barbra Zaloumis is one step closer to achieving her dream of becoming a sociologist after winning a scholarship to study at The University of...
2014/07/30 23:29
2014/07/30 23:29
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IT’S deadly, it’s on the loose, and Australian health authorities are concerned the frightening disease ebola could be headed our way. Customs and border security around the nation have been placed...
2014/07/30 20:34
2014/07/30 20:34
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GROWING regional Queensland will be about challenging notions it is "a little bit backward", leveraging off strengths and taking the focus off farming and mining. This is what two researchers will...
2014/07/30 19:39
2014/07/30 19:39
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Scientists studying the potential effects of climate change on the world's animal and plant species are focusing on the wrong factors, according to a new paper by a research team from the Wildlife...
2014/07/30 11:39
2014/07/30 11:39
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Environmental scientists have urged Australians to rally to the rescue of endangered lungfish and other river wildlife by restoring catchments and river banks, especially in cities. New research at...
2014/07/30 08:12
2014/07/30 08:12
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The federal government’s decision to abandon the Gonski funding model was a huge blow to students with autism, many of whom already find school extremely challenging, academics speaking at a major...
2014/07/30 06:33
2014/07/30 06:33
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China’s latest terror attack took place in one of its poorest areas Paramilitary travel along a street during an anti-terrorism oath-taking rally in Urumqi in May. Reuters/Stringer On the morning...
2014/07/30 06:27
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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) will be in the spotlight at a conference in Brisbane at the weekend. The PTSD and the Australian Military conference, co-hosted by The University of Queensland,...
2014/07/30 02:27
2014/07/30 02:27
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The University of Queensland has commemorated the 30th anniversary of the Queensland-Saitama sister state relationship with an agreement to strengthen English language education ties. The agreement...
2014/07/29 22:16
2014/07/29 22:16
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A buff Dwayne Johnson, in Hercules, has won a host of male admirers. Men tend to have selective admiration for Greek statues. Photo / Getty Images Who wants to be Hercules? Judging by the huge amount...
2014/07/29 19:17
2014/07/29 19:17
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People who jogged or ran for as little as five minutes a day reduced their risk of premature death by nearly one-third and extended their lives by about three years, according to a new...
2014/07/29 15:35
2014/07/29 15:35
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Australian citizens are pitching in to help save the koala, one of our most iconic and vulnerable species, environmental scientists say. By linking the public’s sightings of koalas with changes in...
2014/07/29 02:13
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GLADSTONE'S educators could benefit from a new magazine aiming to give a voice to education and early childhood students and act as a platform for ideas and opinions in education. The first issue of...
2014/07/29 00:26
2014/07/29 00:26
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PIP COURTNEY, PRESENTER: The term 'probiotic' has become a household name in recent years, with clever advertising and extensive research into its health benefits for humans. Now scientists in...
2014/07/28 10:35
2014/07/28 10:35
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IN his prime there was no freakier athlete than Carlton’s Anthony Koutoufides. In 1997 he was a midfielder entering his prime, but in Round 19 against Collingwood, in the absence of 10 first choice...
2014/07/28 03:45
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They used to be dreamers, the less privileged, the ones who were left behind. They used to wish for their time to come. That one-day they would be called the lucky bastards, the ones leaving on a jet...
2014/07/28 01:27
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Are you following The University of Queensland on social media? From archaeology to zebra fish, fossils to football or time travel to teaching, UQ covers it all online. The University’s active social...
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