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Canberra Times
The Replacements: Our grade cricket Dream Team to step in for feuding Test starsthe plane over a few games of cards. Let the "champing" begin. Michael Philip
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
the plane over a few games of cards. Let the "champing" begin. Michael Philipson A 30-year-old all-rounder who plays for the University of Queensland, he's the reigning Peter Burge Medal winner as the best and fairest in Queensland Premier... Read more
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The Age
The Replacements: Our grade cricket Dream Team to step in for feuding Test starsthe plane over a few games of cards. Let the "champing" begin. Michael Philip
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
the plane over a few games of cards. Let the "champing" begin. Michael Philipson A 30-year-old all-rounder who plays for the University of Queensland, he's the reigning Peter Burge Medal winner as the best and fairest in Queensland Premier... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The Replacements: Our grade cricket Dream Team to step in for feuding Test starsthe plane over a few games of cards. Let the "champing" begin. Michael Philip
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
the plane over a few games of cards. Let the "champing" begin. Michael Philipson A 30-year-old all-rounder who plays for the University of Queensland, he's the reigning Peter Burge Medal winner as the best and fairest in Queensland Premier... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Could too much sitting be bad for our brains?Winthrop Professor, University of Western Australia. David Dunstan, Professor
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
Winthrop Professor, University of Western Australia. David Dunstan, Professor and Laboratory Head of Physical Activity, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute. Paul Gardiner, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Healthy Ageing, The University of Queensl... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Fair dinkum: Amazon has a job for an Aussie slang expertthe Amazon online store using the voice — but it is not yet available in Austra
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 hours ago
the Amazon online store using the voice — but it is not yet available in Australia. Professor Roly Sussex, a linguist from the University of Queensland, said Amazon would probably be on the lookout for someone who could capture the full range of... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Continued support for shearing schoolprogrammes are underpinned by strong industry partners, including Bateman Shear
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
programmes are underpinned by strong industry partners, including Bateman Shearing, group training organisation MEGT and the University of Queensland. In addition, an agreement with a local grazier ensures a supply of up to 8,000 sheep and an... Read more
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Herald Sun
Loo water reveals our worst habitsover three years from Proceeds of Crime funding for the National Wastewater Dru
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
over three years from Proceeds of Crime funding for the National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program and has commissioned the University of Queensland and the University of South Australia to undertake the program and prepare the research reports... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Loo water reveals our worst habitsover three years from Proceeds of Crime funding for the National Wastewater Dru
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
over three years from Proceeds of Crime funding for the National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program and has commissioned the University of Queensland and the University of South Australia to undertake the program and prepare the research reports... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Loo water reveals our worst habitsover three years from Proceeds of Crime funding for the National Wastewater Dru
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
over three years from Proceeds of Crime funding for the National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program and has commissioned the University of Queensland and the University of South Australia to undertake the program and prepare the research reports... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Fish contamination levels in Darwin waterways 'not of concern'however there is no definitive evidence that they contribute to adverse health
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
however there is no definitive evidence that they contribute to adverse health effects. The research, conducted by the University of Queensland, found that of the samples tested, 91 per cent contained PFOA, 72 per cent contained PFHxS and... Read more
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News.com.au
Loo water reveals our worst habitsover three years from Proceeds of Crime funding for the National Wastewater Dru
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
over three years from Proceeds of Crime funding for the National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program and has commissioned the University of Queensland and the University of South Australia to undertake the program and prepare the research reports... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Tasmania says no to wastewater drug testssaid the company hadn't pulled out of the study but was renegotiating their inv
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
said the company hadn't pulled out of the study but was renegotiating their involvement. "We still send monthly samples to the University of Queensland for this program and we participated heavily in last year's census," he said. "We never said... Read more
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University of Queensland
Innovators unlock the power of government big dataOne of the world’s biggest “hackathons” is back at The University of Queensland
University of Queensland / Posted yesterday
One of the world’s biggest “hackathons” is back at The University of Queensland this month and the event’s participants will be targeting Australian government data. Open data competition GovHack has been running annually since 2009, and is hosted... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
TasWater in hot water after opting out of national sewage drug testing scheme in our communities." In a statement to the ABC, a TasWater spokesman said the
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
in our communities." In a statement to the ABC, a TasWater spokesman said the organisation had previously participated in the University of Queensland research but wanted more information about how would be funded. "It is currently negotiating... Read more
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Daily Mail
The worst sports for damaging your knees, according to sciencedrip as a 'badge of honour' to show their dedication to exercise, according to
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
drip as a 'badge of honour' to show their dedication to exercise, according to Dr Rob Eley, academic research manager at the University of Queensland. Hot spinning studios and the lack of worries about traffic may also encourage exercisers to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Is your spin class making you ill?drip as a 'badge of honour' to show their dedication to exercise, according to
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
drip as a 'badge of honour' to show their dedication to exercise, according to Dr Rob Eley, academic research manager at the University of Queensland. Hot spinning studios and the lack of worries about traffic may also encourage exercisers to... Read more
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Scotsman
BrewDog exploring options for first Australian breweryper cent in the business in a deal that valued it at about £1 billion. Prior,
Scotsman / Posted 3 days ago
per cent in the business in a deal that valued it at about £1 billion. Prior, an Australian native who holds an MBA from the University of Queensland, said: “Our Australian Equity Punk community has been crying out for BrewDog to set up shop... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
River health solutions in China a focus for UQ studentsexcursion to the Three Gorges Dam in Yichang. Dylan Johnston, Natalie Mason, A
Asian Correspondent / Posted 3 days ago
excursion to the Three Gorges Dam in Yichang. Dylan Johnston, Natalie Mason, A/Prof Yongping Wei, Harrison James from The University of Queensland are completing an industry placement in Wuhan, China this semester. Dr Wei leads the catchment... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How to navigate the research on domestic violence and Christian churchesregularly. A 1992 study of 1,704 women who were part of Anglican and Uniting C
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
regularly. A 1992 study of 1,704 women who were part of Anglican and Uniting Churches undertaken by Glenys Conrade of the University of Queensland found 3.3 per cent reported they had been abused in the past 12 months. Family and domestic... Read more
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University of Queensland
Need to improve your English? A free course is here to helphe knew he had to improve his English before starting his Masters studies in Au
University of Queensland / Posted 4 days ago
he knew he had to improve his English before starting his Masters studies in Australia. “I was always looking to come to The University of Queensland, but when I saw the online IELTSx course, I knew it would suit me,” he said. “The six-week... Read more
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University of Queensland
Screen-printed batteries for renewables on the wayFlexible screen-printed batteries may be the way forward for renewable energy t
University of Queensland / Posted 4 days ago
Flexible screen-printed batteries may be the way forward for renewable energy thanks to a joint project between The University of Queensland and the University of New South Wales. The technology behind new ultra-thin, energy storage devices was on... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Experts outline plan to save SEQ koalasimpact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
impact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced a small sum – $80,000 – had been given to the University of Queensland to use bioacoustics to measure male koala "bellows" to help track them as their habitat became... Read more
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The Young Witness
Experts outline plan to save SEQ koalasimpact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
impact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced a small sum – $80,000 – had been given to the University of Queensland to use bioacoustics to measure male koala "bellows" to help track them as their habitat became... Read more
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Western Advocate
Experts outline plan to save SEQ koalasimpact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
impact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced a small sum – $80,000 – had been given to the University of Queensland to use bioacoustics to measure male koala "bellows" to help track them as their habitat became... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Experts outline plan to save SEQ koalasimpact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
impact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced a small sum – $80,000 – had been given to the University of Queensland to use bioacoustics to measure male koala "bellows" to help track them as their habitat became... Read more
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Manning River Times
Experts outline plan to save SEQ koalasimpact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
impact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced a small sum – $80,000 – had been given to the University of Queensland to use bioacoustics to measure male koala "bellows" to help track them as their habitat became... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Experts outline plan to save SEQ koalasimpact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 days ago
impact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced a small sum – $80,000 – had been given to the University of Queensland to use bioacoustics to measure male koala "bellows" to help track them as their habitat became... Read more
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The North West Star
Experts outline plan to save SEQ koalasimpact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
impact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced a small sum – $80,000 – had been given to the University of Queensland to use bioacoustics to measure male koala "bellows" to help track them as their habitat became... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Experts outline plan to save SEQ koalasimpact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
impact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced a small sum – $80,000 – had been given to the University of Queensland to use bioacoustics to measure male koala "bellows" to help track them as their habitat became... Read more
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The Border Mail
Experts outline plan to save SEQ koalasimpact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
impact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced a small sum – $80,000 – had been given to the University of Queensland to use bioacoustics to measure male koala "bellows" to help track them as their habitat became... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Experts outline plan to save SEQ koalasimpact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
impact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced a small sum – $80,000 – had been given to the University of Queensland to use bioacoustics to measure male koala "bellows" to help track them as their habitat became... Read more
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The Courier
Experts outline plan to save SEQ koalasimpact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
impact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced a small sum – $80,000 – had been given to the University of Queensland to use bioacoustics to measure male koala "bellows" to help track them as their habitat became... Read more
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Canberra Times
New inner-city university campus gets Brisbane City Council approvallevels of the Custom Credit House buildings at 299 Queen Street into a Faculty
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
levels of the Custom Credit House buildings at 299 Queen Street into a Faculty of Business, Economics and Law campus. The University of Queensland will open a business-oriented campus in the CBD. Photo: Bradley Kanaris The sandstone-faced... Read more
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Brisbane Times
New inner-city university campus gets Brisbane City Council approvallevels of the Custom Credit House buildings at 299 Queen Street into a Faculty
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
levels of the Custom Credit House buildings at 299 Queen Street into a Faculty of Business, Economics and Law campus. The University of Queensland will open a business-oriented campus in the CBD. Photo: Bradley Kanaris The sandstone-faced... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
New inner-city university campus gets Brisbane City Council approvallevels of the Custom Credit House buildings at 299 Queen Street into a Faculty
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
levels of the Custom Credit House buildings at 299 Queen Street into a Faculty of Business, Economics and Law campus. The University of Queensland will open a business-oriented campus in the CBD. Photo: Bradley Kanaris The sandstone-faced... Read more
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The Age
New inner-city university campus gets Brisbane City Council approvallevels of the Custom Credit House buildings at 299 Queen Street into a Faculty
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
levels of the Custom Credit House buildings at 299 Queen Street into a Faculty of Business, Economics and Law campus. The University of Queensland will open a business-oriented campus in the CBD. Photo: Bradley Kanaris The sandstone-faced... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
High blood pressure in pregnancy may return before middle agehowever, isn’t all about diet and exercise, said Dr. Leonie Callaway, author of
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 6 days ago
however, isn’t all about diet and exercise, said Dr. Leonie Callaway, author of an accompanying editorial and professor at the University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research. “It is also about work-life balance, contentment, spirituality,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Experts outline plan to save south-east Queensland koalasimpact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
impact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced a small sum – $80,000 – had been given to the University of Queensland to use bioacoustics to measure male koala "bellows" to help track them as their habitat became... Read more
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Business Standard India
Humans first arrived in Australia 65,000 years ago, study suggestsa ring of grind stones around it, and there were human burials in their graves,
Business Standard India / Posted 7 days ago
a ring of grind stones around it, and there were human burials in their graves,” said Chris Clarkson, an archaeologist from the University of Queensland in Australia and lead author of the study. “No one dreamed of a site so rich and so old in... Read more
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The Courier Mail
What it takes to be a Ninja WarriorMidoriyama, in the franchise’s 20-year history. Experts say it comes down to m
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Midoriyama, in the franchise’s 20-year history. Experts say it comes down to more than just sheer physical strength. The University of Queensland sport and exercise lecturer Dr Vince Kelly said he narrowed down the anatomy of an ideal Ninja... Read more
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News.com.au
What it takes to be a Ninja WarriorMidoriyama, in the franchise’s 20-year history. Experts say it comes down to m
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
Midoriyama, in the franchise’s 20-year history. Experts say it comes down to more than just sheer physical strength. The University of Queensland sport and exercise lecturer Dr Vince Kelly said he narrowed down the anatomy of an ideal Ninja... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Experts outline plan to save south-east Queensland koalasimpact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
impact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced a small sum – $80,000 – had been given to the University of Queensland to use bioacoustics to measure male koala "bellows" to help track them as their habitat became... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Experts outline plan to save south-east Queensland koalasimpact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
impact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced a small sum – $80,000 – had been given to the University of Queensland to use bioacoustics to measure male koala "bellows" to help track them as their habitat became... Read more
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The Age
Experts outline plan to save south-east Queensland koalasimpact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
impact of land clearing on Queensland's threatened species. He also announced a small sum – $80,000 – had been given to the University of Queensland to use bioacoustics to measure male koala "bellows" to help track them as their habitat became... Read more
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Business Standard India
Humans first arrived in Australia 65,000 years ago, study suggestsa ring of grind stones around it, and there were human burials in their graves,
Business Standard India / Posted 7 days ago
a ring of grind stones around it, and there were human burials in their graves,” said Chris Clarkson, an archaeologist from the University of Queensland in Australia and lead author of the study. “No one dreamed of a site so rich and so old in... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Millennials should eat more avocado: expertchanges.' Dr Stanton's advice to millennials is to 'learn how to cook'. Profe
Sky News Australia / Posted 7 days ago
changes.' Dr Stanton's advice to millennials is to 'learn how to cook'. Professor Serra-Majem will discuss the challenges for the diet's uptake amongst millennials at the University of Queensland-hosted TropAg conference in Brisbane in No... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Discovery rewrites history of Australia: UOW researchersof activities and lifestyle. Associate Professor Chris Clarkson, an Australian
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
of activities and lifestyle. Associate Professor Chris Clarkson, an Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellow from the University of Queensland led the expedition, which also included ARC and UOW researchers Professor Zenobia Jacobs,... Read more
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CBS News
Discovery rewrites history of ancient humans in AustraliaThis article is by: Chris Clarkson, associate professor in archaeology at The U
CBS News / Posted 7 days ago
This article is by: Chris Clarkson, associate professor in archaeology at The University of Queensland; Ben Marwick, associate professor of archaeology at University of Washington; Lynley Wallis, senior research fellow at University of Notre Dame... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Outback discovery suggest humans reached Australia 18,000 years earlier than thoughtpublished in the journal Nature on Wednesday. A team of archaeologists led by
Detroit Free Press / Posted 8 days ago
published in the journal Nature on Wednesday. A team of archaeologists led by Chris Clarkson, an associate professor at the University of Queensland School of social sciences, found thousands of artifacts at an excavation site at the bottom of a... Read more
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New Kerala
New Kakadu find 'rewrites' Australian human history - newkerala news #255714by some archaeologists. The discovery, by a team of archaeologists and dating
New Kerala / Posted 8 days ago
by some archaeologists. The discovery, by a team of archaeologists and dating specialists led by Chris Clarkson from The University of Queensland School of Social Science, reveal new evidence at the Madjedbebe site on Mirarr land within the... Read more
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