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Canberra Times
ANU's Jane Stapleton breaks 500-old glass ceilinggaining a Science degree from the University of New South Wales in 1974 and a P
ANU's Jane Stapleton breaks 500-old glass ceiling
Canberra Times / Posted 16 hours ago
gaining a Science degree from the University of New South Wales in 1974 and a PhD in physical organic chemistry from the University of Adelaide in 1971. She gained her law degree from the ANU in 1981 and has specialised in tort law and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Centuries-old French expedition artefacts to go on show in Adelaideand meeting of Baudin and Flinders in the region. Professor John West-Sooby, f
Centuries-old French expedition artefacts to go on show in Adelaide
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 hours ago
and meeting of Baudin and Flinders in the region. Professor John West-Sooby, from the French Studies department of the University of Adelaide, said Baudin's mission was becoming more widely recognised. "In recent times there's been more of a... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Uni’s shocking response to rapein prison for raping a friend. Yet, rather than support the victim by unequivo
Uni’s shocking response to rape
The Courier Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
in prison for raping a friend. Yet, rather than support the victim by unequivocally condemning the rapist for his actions, University of Adelaide staff member, Virginie Masson, wrote the rapist a character reference in a bid to secure a lighter... Read more
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Perth Now
Uni’s shocking response to rapein prison for raping a friend. Yet, rather than support the victim by unequivo
Uni’s shocking response to rape
Perth Now / Posted 22 hours ago
in prison for raping a friend. Yet, rather than support the victim by unequivocally condemning the rapist for his actions, University of Adelaide staff member, Virginie Masson, wrote the rapist a character reference in a bid to secure a lighter... Read more
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PhysOrg
Baby fish lose poisonous protectors in acidified oceansfrom predators among the poisonous tentacles of jellyfish will be harmed under
Baby fish lose poisonous protectors in acidified oceans
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
from predators among the poisonous tentacles of jellyfish will be harmed under predicted ocean acidification, a new University of Adelaide study has found. Published today in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, the researchers... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Blackout on broadcast election ads 'pointless' in internet ageof the federal Broadcasting Services Act 1992 covers television and radio but d
Blackout on broadcast election ads 'pointless' in internet age
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
of the federal Broadcasting Services Act 1992 covers television and radio but does not affect campaigning on the internet. University of Adelaide politics professor Clem Macintyre said the "advertising ban is really a relic of an earlier age,... Read more
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Herald Sun
School's in for bull sharks in BrisbaneRiver all the time." The video has been viewed more than 365,000 times, receiv
School's in for bull sharks in Brisbane
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
River all the time." The video has been viewed more than 365,000 times, received more than 4800 comments and 3300 likes. University of Adelaide School of Biological Sciences Professor Corey Bradshaw said the sharks would eventually find their way... Read more
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News.com.au
School's in for bull sharks in BrisbaneRiver all the time." The video has been viewed more than 365,000 times, receiv
School's in for bull sharks in Brisbane
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
River all the time." The video has been viewed more than 365,000 times, received more than 4800 comments and 3300 likes. University of Adelaide School of Biological Sciences Professor Corey Bradshaw said the sharks would eventually find their way... Read more
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Perth Now
Brexit’s upside for Aussiesscenario where EU migrants could be limited, but has spoken with optimism on th
Brexit’s upside for Aussies
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
scenario where EU migrants could be limited, but has spoken with optimism on the topic since the historical ballot closed. University of Adelaide UK politics expert Clement Macintyre told news.com.au the referendum result left room for negotiations... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Brexit’s upside for Aussiesscenario where EU migrants could be limited, but has spoken with optimism on th
Brexit’s upside for Aussies
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
scenario where EU migrants could be limited, but has spoken with optimism on the topic since the historical ballot closed. University of Adelaide UK politics expert Clement Macintyre told news.com.au the referendum result left room for negotiations... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Brexit’s upside for Aussiesscenario where EU migrants could be limited, but has spoken with optimism on th
Brexit’s upside for Aussies
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
scenario where EU migrants could be limited, but has spoken with optimism on the topic since the historical ballot closed. University of Adelaide UK politics expert Clement Macintyre told news.com.au the referendum result leaves room for... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study pinpoints how PSEN1 gene mutations can cause early onset Alzheimer's diseaseA University of Adelaide analysis of genetic mutations which cause early-onset
Study pinpoints how PSEN1 gene mutations can cause early onset Alzheimer's disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
A University of Adelaide analysis of genetic mutations which cause early-onset Alzheimer's disease suggests a new focus for research into the causes of the disease. Previous research has revolved around the idea that accumulation in the brain of a... Read more
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Computer World Australia
South Australia’s government to fund gigabit network for AdelaideResearch & Education Network). Alongside the state government, owners of the n
South Australia’s government to fund gigabit network for Adelaide
Computer World Australia / Posted 2 days ago
Research & Education Network). Alongside the state government, owners of the non-profit SABRENet company include the University of Adelaide, the University of South Australia and Flinders University. The federal Defence Science and Technology... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Buying timenatural world from him. He holds the Sir Hubert Wilkins Chair of Climate Change
Buying time
Otago Daily Times / Posted 2 days ago
natural world from him. He holds the Sir Hubert Wilkins Chair of Climate Change in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Adelaide. And the ecologist, conservation biologist and systems modeller - with a University of Otago degree -... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'Disaffected' young voters drive rise in intentional informal ballotsby the young, many of whom feel disaffected with the mainstream political proce
'Disaffected' young voters drive rise in intentional informal ballots
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
by the young, many of whom feel disaffected with the mainstream political process, new research suggests. A paper by University of Adelaide researchers, soon be published in the Australian Journal of Political Science, charted the rise of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sturtworked on various humanitarian projects in the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guine
Sturt
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
worked on various humanitarian projects in the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and East Timor. He studied Medicine at the University of Adelaide. Rebecca Galdies Galdies ran as a Greens candidate in 2014 for the SA state seat of Cheltenham. She... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Weekly health news roundup: Fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, irritable bowel syndrome, kidney stones, and psoriasiscare. But all that is about to change. A team comprising scientists from from
Weekly health news roundup: Fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, irritable bowel syndrome, kidney stones, and psoriasis
Bel Marra Health / Posted 4 days ago
care. But all that is about to change. A team comprising scientists from from The University of Queensland (UQ) and the University of Adelaide, identified a specific protein involved in transmitting mechanical pain. They used spider venom to... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Turning up the volumemiddle class” neighbourhood. And, according to award-winning scientist Profess
Turning up the volume
Adelaide Now / Posted 5 days ago
middle class” neighbourhood. And, according to award-winning scientist Professor Tanya Monro, lured by Lloyd from the University of Adelaide to UniSA, Lloyd never misses a chance to tell people that one of his guitar cases was used prominently... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Remembering pioneers who lead the wayprefect of Unley High for the year he returned to complete leaving honours. In
Remembering pioneers who lead the way
Adelaide Now / Posted 5 days ago
prefect of Unley High for the year he returned to complete leaving honours. In 1944 Keith commenced his medical studies at University of Adelaide and graduated with a credit in 1949 and had a first job at the Mareeba Babies’ Home. He married his... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Overweight and obesity increase risk for periodontitisat the 94th General Session & Exhibition of the International Association for D
Overweight and obesity increase risk for periodontitis
News-Medical-Net / Posted 5 days ago
at the 94th General Session & Exhibition of the International Association for Dental Research, researcher Marco Peres, The University of Adelaide, South Australia, will present a study titled "Overweight and Obesity Impact on Periodontitis: A... Read more
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examiner.com
Rombauer Vineyards: Sharing the joy of making wineboth viticulture and winemaking. Graduating with a degree in molecular biology,
Rombauer Vineyards: Sharing the joy of making wine
examiner.com / Posted 5 days ago
both viticulture and winemaking. Graduating with a degree in molecular biology, followed by studying enology at the University of Adelaide and getting most of his practical experience in Australia and New Zealand, Richie started as an intern... Read more
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Herald Sun
Xenophon has the political X factorsays. Young Nick leaned towards the conservative side of politics, joining the
Xenophon has the political X factor
Herald Sun / Posted 5 days ago
says. Young Nick leaned towards the conservative side of politics, joining the Liberal Club while he was a student at the University of Adelaide in the 1970s. But his first career came not in politics but as a suburban lawyer. It was here that... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Helmet to give tour riders an edgea new helmet believed to be the fastest in the world. The helmet has been deve
Helmet to give tour riders an edge
Adelaide Now / Posted 5 days ago
a new helmet believed to be the fastest in the world. The helmet has been developed by Swiss company Scott Sports and University of Adelaide engineers and will also be used by Australian cyclists and triathletes at the Rio Olympics. The... Read more
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Herald Sun
Helmet to give tour riders an edgea new helmet believed to be the fastest in the world. The helmet has been deve
Helmet to give tour riders an edge
Herald Sun / Posted 5 days ago
a new helmet believed to be the fastest in the world. The helmet has been developed by Swiss company Scott Sports and University of Adelaide engineers and will also be used by Australian cyclists and triathletes at the Rio Olympics. The... Read more
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Weekly Times
Helmet to give tour riders an edgea new helmet believed to be the fastest in the world. The helmet has been deve
Helmet to give tour riders an edge
Weekly Times / Posted 5 days ago
a new helmet believed to be the fastest in the world. The helmet has been developed by Swiss company Scott Sports and University of Adelaide engineers and will also be used by Australian cyclists and triathletes at the Rio Olympics. The... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Helmet to give tour riders an edgea new helmet believed to be the fastest in the world. The helmet has been deve
Helmet to give tour riders an edge
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
a new helmet believed to be the fastest in the world. The helmet has been developed by Swiss company Scott Sports and University of Adelaide engineers and will also be used by Australian cyclists and triathletes at the Rio Olympics. The... Read more
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News.com.au
Helmet to give tour riders an edge: SA unia new helmet believed to be the fastest in the world. The helmet has been deve
Helmet to give tour riders an edge: SA uni
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
a new helmet believed to be the fastest in the world. The helmet has been developed by Swiss company Scott Sports and University of Adelaide engineers and will also be used by Australian cyclists and triathletes at the Rio Olympics. The... Read more
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Perth Now
Helmet to give tour riders an edge: SA unia new helmet believed to be the fastest in the world. The helmet has been deve
Helmet to give tour riders an edge: SA uni
Perth Now / Posted 6 days ago
a new helmet believed to be the fastest in the world. The helmet has been developed by Swiss company Scott Sports and University of Adelaide engineers and will also be used by Australian cyclists and triathletes at the Rio Olympics. The... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Footy ‘falcon’ no laughing matterthat surprising considering a fully-inflated leather Sherrin travels at 30 metr
Footy ‘falcon’ no laughing matter
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 days ago
that surprising considering a fully-inflated leather Sherrin travels at 30 metres per second after being kicked (according to a University of Adelaide study) — by our calculations that’s 108km/h. Ouch. WATCH FARREN’S FALCON IN THE VIDEO PLAYER A... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Farren Ray falcon video: Kangaroo suffers concussionthat surprising considering a fully-inflated leather Sherrin travels at 30 metr
Farren Ray falcon video: Kangaroo suffers concussion
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
that surprising considering a fully-inflated leather Sherrin travels at 30 metres per second after being kicked (according to a University of Adelaide study) — by our calculations that’s 108km/h. Ouch. WATCH FARREN’S FALCON IN THE VIDEO PLAYER A... Read more
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Herald Sun
Footy ‘falcon’ no laughing matterthat surprising considering a fully-inflated leather Sherrin travels at 30 metr
Footy ‘falcon’ no laughing matter
Herald Sun / Posted 6 days ago
that surprising considering a fully-inflated leather Sherrin travels at 30 metres per second after being kicked (according to a University of Adelaide study) — by our calculations that’s 108km/h. Ouch. WATCH FARREN’S FALCON IN THE VIDEO PLAYER A... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Footy ‘falcon’ no laughing matterthat surprising considering a fully-inflated leather Sherrin travels at 30 metr
Footy ‘falcon’ no laughing matter
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
that surprising considering a fully-inflated leather Sherrin travels at 30 metres per second after being kicked (according to a University of Adelaide study) — by our calculations that’s 108km/h. Ouch. WATCH FARREN’S FALCON IN THE VIDEO PLAYER A... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Footy ‘falcon’ no laughing mattersurprising considering a fully-inflated leather Sherrin travels at 30 metres pe
Footy ‘falcon’ no laughing matter
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
surprising considering a fully-inflated leather Sherrin travels at 30 metres per second after being kicked (according to a University of Adelaide study) — by our calculations that’s 108km/h. Ouch. Sometimes you just have to appreciate a good lace... Read more
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Italianicious
Italianicioushas been awarded the prestigious 2016 Sydney Royal Wine Scholarship. A fourth
Italianicious
Italianicious / Posted 6 days ago
has been awarded the prestigious 2016 Sydney Royal Wine Scholarship. A fourth year Viticulture and Oenology student at the University of Adelaide, Beckett will receive $5000 towards his tertiary studies, as well as the opportunity to steward at the... Read more
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The Age
Calls to label obesity a disease 'absurd'encourage drugs and surgery over alternative treatment. Professor Gary Wittert
Calls to label obesity a disease 'absurd'
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
encourage drugs and surgery over alternative treatment. Professor Gary Wittert, Head of the Medicine Discipline at the University of Adelaide, said: "If we simply say, obesity is defined by 'this' and take a black and white approach, we... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Thousand days to program a child’s healthcan influence a child’s future health, including risk of obesity, type 2 diabet
Thousand days to program a child’s health
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
can influence a child’s future health, including risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, allergies and mental health issues. University of Adelaide research fellow Dr Beverly Muhlhausler, who will be among researchers from around the world at the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Calls to label obesity a disease 'absurd'encourage drugs and surgery over alternative treatment. Professor Gary Wittert
Calls to label obesity a disease 'absurd'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
encourage drugs and surgery over alternative treatment. Professor Gary Wittert, Head of the Medicine Discipline at the University of Adelaide, said: "If we simply say, obesity is defined by 'this' and take a black and white approach, we... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'Guardian of the dead' bemoans failure to deal with deathAcademy of Science. One of the speakers is Professor Roger Byard, a senior spe
'Guardian of the dead' bemoans failure to deal with death
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
Academy of Science. One of the speakers is Professor Roger Byard, a senior specialist forensic pathologist with the University of Adelaide. "I think that recognising death as a part of life, as a transition, is really important," Professor... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Irritable bowel syndrome pain relieved by spider venom and peppermint: Studycare. But all that is about to change. A team comprising scientists from from
Irritable bowel syndrome pain relieved by spider venom and peppermint: Study
Bel Marra Health / Posted 8 days ago
care. But all that is about to change. A team comprising scientists from from The University of Queensland (UQ) and the University of Adelaide, identified a specific protein involved in transmitting mechanical pain. They used spider venom to... Read more
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Northern Star
Housing affordability crisis drives further inequalityeconomic implications for vulnerable people in our communities. The lead autho
Housing affordability crisis drives further inequality
Northern Star / Posted 8 days ago
economic implications for vulnerable people in our communities. The lead author, Associate Professor Emma Baker from the University of Adelaide, said the findings published in Applied Geography highlighted the unequal nature of Australia's... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Housing affordability crisis drives further inequalityeconomic implications for vulnerable people in our communities. The lead autho
Housing affordability crisis drives further inequality
The Daily Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
economic implications for vulnerable people in our communities. The lead author, Associate Professor Emma Baker from the University of Adelaide, said the findings published in Applied Geography highlighted the unequal nature of Australia's... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Housing affordability crisis drives further inequalityeconomic implications for vulnerable people in our communities. The lead autho
Housing affordability crisis drives further inequality
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
economic implications for vulnerable people in our communities. The lead author, Associate Professor Emma Baker from the University of Adelaide, said the findings published in Applied Geography highlighted the unequal nature of Australia's... Read more
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Queensland Times
Housing affordability crisis drives further inequalityeconomic implications for vulnerable people in our communities. The lead autho
Housing affordability crisis drives further inequality
Queensland Times / Posted 8 days ago
economic implications for vulnerable people in our communities. The lead author, Associate Professor Emma Baker from the University of Adelaide, said the findings published in Applied Geography highlighted the unequal nature of Australia's... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Housing affordability crisis drives further inequalityeconomic implications for vulnerable people in our communities. The lead autho
Housing affordability crisis drives further inequality
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 8 days ago
economic implications for vulnerable people in our communities. The lead author, Associate Professor Emma Baker from the University of Adelaide, said the findings published in Applied Geography highlighted the unequal nature of Australia's... Read more
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News Mail
Housing affordability crisis drives further inequalityeconomic implications for vulnerable people in our communities. The lead autho
Housing affordability crisis drives further inequality
News Mail / Posted 8 days ago
economic implications for vulnerable people in our communities. The lead author, Associate Professor Emma Baker from the University of Adelaide, said the findings published in Applied Geography highlighted the unequal nature of Australia's... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Housing affordability crisis drives further inequalityeconomic implications for vulnerable people in our communities. The lead autho
Housing affordability crisis drives further inequality
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
economic implications for vulnerable people in our communities. The lead author, Associate Professor Emma Baker from the University of Adelaide, said the findings published in Applied Geography highlighted the unequal nature of Australia's... Read more
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Junkee
The NBN Explained: A Huge Chat With Former NBN Board Member Simon HackettHackett helped build Australia’s first version of the internet. Back in 1986, h
The NBN Explained: A Huge Chat With Former NBN Board Member Simon Hackett
Junkee / Posted 8 days ago
Hackett helped build Australia’s first version of the internet. Back in 1986, he finished a computer science degree at the University of Adelaide and stuck around to work as a system admin. Two years later, Hackett and his colleagues unboxed and... Read more
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dna
International Yoga Day: The health benefits of this ancient practicelast month, and the first to compare yoga and meditation against memory trainin
International Yoga Day: The health benefits of this ancient practice
dna / Posted 8 days ago
last month, and the first to compare yoga and meditation against memory training, researchers from UCLA and Australia's University of Adelaide found that a combination of the two could also help improve cognitive function. Cameron Shayne the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Housing affordability crisis creates spiral of disadvantageresult of research into housing affordability and home owner and rental mobilit
Housing affordability crisis creates spiral of disadvantage
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
result of research into housing affordability and home owner and rental mobility, conducted by the University of Melbourne, University of Adelaide and University of South Australia. "Our research has highlighted both the unequal nature of... Read more
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New Kerala
Embrace yoga to age gracefully, say experts (June 21 is International Yoga Day) - newkerala.com #79029but this is the scientific demonstration of that benefit," lead author of the s
Embrace yoga to age gracefully, say experts (June 21 is International Yoga Day) - newkerala.com #79029
New Kerala / Posted 9 days ago
but this is the scientific demonstration of that benefit," lead author of the study Harris Eyre, doctoral candidate at the University of Adelaide in Australia, said. "If you or your relatives are trying to improve your memory or offset the risk... Read more
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