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2014/04/18 11:06
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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — A recent spate of infections from a frequently deadly Middle East virus is raising new worries about efforts to contain the illness, with infectious disease experts...
2014/04/18 11:06
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2014/04/18 08:18
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Learning relies in large part on recognizing (then analyzing and fixing) our mistakes. In schools and universities we pay people to point them out to us. At sporting events, coaches spew...
2014/04/17 20:23
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Aspiring humanitarian stands out as top young leader Story Tools ASPIRING Toowoomba humanitarian Sophie Ryan is all smiles after being rewarded for her community work with a $5000 leadership...
2014/04/17 17:39
2014/04/17 17:39
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Paleontologists are using a range of old and new techniques to map the Broome Sandstone dinosaur trackways. Project leader Steve Salisbury from The University of Queensland says the west Kimberley's...
2014/04/17 11:31
2014/04/17 11:31
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A new study from The University of Queensland looked at the effects that texting and reading texts had on walking. From a 3D movement analysis system, they found that modified body movement includes...
2014/04/17 08:27
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... Dr Jocelyn Lowinger Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a set mental health symptoms that can develop in someone who has experienced a traumatic event. While anyone can develop PTSD after a...
2014/04/17 03:05
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Antony Fogarty was the driver of the stolen 4WD and had a long running drug habit. Photo: Supplied Antony Fogarty has been awake for a week. He is ­driving fast. Very fast. He must escape. The...
2014/04/17 02:27
2014/04/17 02:27
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The University of Queensland has welcomed the Queensland Government’s $1 million commitment to translating medical research into better health care. Queensland Minister of Science, Information...
2014/04/16 18:22
2014/04/16 18:22
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Will the taste of your pint be affected by global warming? Rising temperatures could change the flavour of beer Climate change could affect the amount of starch in barley Researchers from the...
2014/04/16 12:01
2014/04/16 12:01
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Watching coral grow might sound about as exciting as watching paint dry. But prepare to be impressed. Daniel Stoupin is a PhD student at The University of Queensland with a love of all things coral,...
2014/04/16 04:27
2014/04/16 04:27
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The University of Queensland is celebrating the addition of a world championship title to its growing list of mooting accolades after winning the 2014 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court...
2014/04/16 00:27
2014/04/16 00:27
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The University of Queensland’s Women in Engineering program has cemented its leading position in Australia, with women making up 24.4 per cent of the 2014 undergraduate student intake. This is the...
2014/04/15 23:28
2014/04/15 23:28
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The University of Queensland is offering an internationally-recognised English language test for healthcare professionals who want to work in an English-speaking environment. The University’s...
2014/04/15 22:27
2014/04/15 22:27
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Do you have a burning urge to learn more about the world around you and the people who inhabit it? Now you can as The University of Queensland is taking registrations for its first, free social...
2014/04/15 14:55
2014/04/15 14:55
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A top Treasury official has admitted that no one he knows has seen a copy of the Abbott government’s Commission of Audit report yet, despite Coalition promises it will be released before the May 13...
2014/04/15 07:27
2014/04/15 07:27
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A breakthrough treatment for hepatitis C that halves treatment time has been developed in an international clinical trial that included The University of Queensland. The landmark study has been...
2014/04/14 14:24
2014/04/14 14:24
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Law enforcement agencies want all your bits and bytes. Photo: Reuters ANALYSIS There has been plenty of technology-related legal activity in the European Union this month. Last week the Court of...
2014/04/14 06:27
2014/04/14 06:27
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Surf lifesavers, police, fire fighters and rescue workers across Australia and around the world could benefit from new unmanned surveillance technology developed in Brisbane, after the signing of an...
2014/04/14 05:59
2014/04/14 05:59
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A new three-year project aims to record the life stories of gay and lesbian Australians from all walks of life. The Past in the Present: Australian Lesbian and Gay Life Stories, a joint study by...
2014/04/13 20:39
2014/04/13 20:39
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It was slipping on a patch of ice and twisting as he fell that dealt the final blow to Tim Sitt’s back. But the injury had been waiting to happen for months, his chiropractor told him – the direct...
2014/04/18 11:06
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