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dna
Beat depression, anxiety, heart disease with a stroll in the parkto have high blood pressure or poor mental health than those who do not, accord
Beat depression, anxiety, heart disease with a stroll in the park
dna / Posted 4 hours ago
to have high blood pressure or poor mental health than those who do not, according to new research. The study led by University of Queensland (UQ) and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions (CEED) suggests people might need... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Helmets may not stop concussion says profyour head and face from impact, especially cricket, it's an obvious one." The
Helmets may not stop concussion says prof
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 hours ago
your head and face from impact, especially cricket, it's an obvious one." The Queensland Brain Institute (QBI), at the University Of Queensland, is seeking funding for a new initiative to study the long-term effects of concussion. The program... Read more
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Herald Sun
Helmets may not stop concussion says profyour head and face from impact, especially cricket, it's an obvious one." The
Helmets may not stop concussion says prof
Herald Sun / Posted 7 hours ago
your head and face from impact, especially cricket, it's an obvious one." The Queensland Brain Institute (QBI), at the University Of Queensland, is seeking funding for a new initiative to study the long-term effects of concussion. The program... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Helmets may not stop concussion says profyour head and face from impact, especially cricket, it's an obvious one." The
Helmets may not stop concussion says prof
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
your head and face from impact, especially cricket, it's an obvious one." The Queensland Brain Institute (QBI), at the University Of Queensland, is seeking funding for a new initiative to study the long-term effects of concussion. The program... Read more
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News.com.au
Helmets may not stop concussion says Profyour head and face from impact, especially cricket, it's an obvious one." The
Helmets may not stop concussion says Prof
News.com.au / Posted 8 hours ago
your head and face from impact, especially cricket, it's an obvious one." The Queensland Brain Institute (QBI), at the University Of Queensland, is seeking funding for a new initiative to study the long-term effects of concussion. The program... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Yoga - Exercise Guide - Fitness - Healthy LivingCompendium of Physical Activities (Hatha yoga reference number is 02100). Acti
Yoga - Exercise Guide - Fitness - Healthy Living
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 hours ago
Compendium of Physical Activities (Hatha yoga reference number is 02100). Activity rating reviewed by Dr David Jenkins, University of Queensland. Exercise article reviewed by Chris Tzar, University of New South Wales. Search for exercises that... Read more
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Psych Central
Nature Visits Linked to Less Anxiety & Depressionmuch less likely to have poor mental health than those who don’t, according to
Nature Visits Linked to Less Anxiety & Depression
Psych Central / Posted 19 hours ago
much less likely to have poor mental health than those who don’t, according to a new study. In fact, researchers at The University of Queensland (UQ) and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions (CEED) suggests people might need... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Weekly health news roundup: Fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, irritable bowel syndrome, kidney stones, and psoriasiswork absenteeism, and health care. But all that is about to change. A team com
Weekly health news roundup: Fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, irritable bowel syndrome, kidney stones, and psoriasis
Bel Marra Health / Posted 20 hours ago
work absenteeism, and health 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... Read more
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The North West Star
University of Queensland bus racism academic Paul Frijters to sue uniracial discrimination on Brisbane's buses in research that eventually received
University of Queensland bus racism academic Paul Frijters to sue uni
The North West Star / Posted 21 hours ago
racial discrimination on Brisbane's buses in research that eventually received media coverage around the world. The University of Queensland launched an investigation into their respected economist two weeks later, which was eventually found... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Bus racism finding prompts lawsuitMujcic found strong evidence of discrimination against black-skinned people on
Bus racism finding prompts lawsuit
Brisbane Times / Posted 21 hours ago
Mujcic found strong evidence of discrimination against black-skinned people on Brisbane buses. Photo: Michelle Smith The University of Queensland launched an investigation into their respected economist two weeks later, which was eventually found... Read more
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The North West Star
Qld inches towards protected area targetsin funding for koala protection, admitted that it was time for a change in thin
Qld inches towards protected area targets
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
in funding for koala protection, admitted that it was time for a change in thinking in how the state set aside land, with a University of Queensland report finding existing protection measures had done nothing to bolster south-east koala... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Qld inches towards protected area targetsin funding for koala protection, admitted that it was time for a change in thin
Qld inches towards protected area targets
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
in funding for koala protection, admitted that it was time for a change in thinking in how the state set aside land, with a University of Queensland report finding existing protection measures had done nothing to bolster south-east koala... Read more
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express
Regular half hour stroll in the park 'can PREVENT heart attacks'the journal Nature Scientific Reports, suggests people may need a minimum “dose
Regular half hour stroll in the park 'can PREVENT heart attacks'
express / Posted yesterday
the journal Nature Scientific Reports, suggests people may need a minimum “dose of nature”. Dr Danielle Shanahan, of the University of Queensland in Australia, said: “If everyone visited their local parks for half an hour each week there would be... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Regular park visits for 30 minutes may help prevent high blood pressure and mental health problemshealth than those who don't, according to new research by Australian and UK env
Regular park visits for 30 minutes may help prevent high blood pressure and mental health problems
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
health than those who don't, according to new research by Australian and UK environmental scientists. A study led by The University of Queensland (UQ) and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions (CEED) suggests people might need... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Spending time with nature may help fight depressionto have high blood pressure or poor mental health than those who do not, accord
Spending time with nature may help fight depression
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
to have high blood pressure or poor mental health than those who do not, according to new research. The study led by University of Queensland (UQ) and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions (CEED) suggests people might need... Read more
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New Kerala
Spend time with nature to shun depression - newkerala.com #81123and have a heightened environmental awareness as adults than those who don't,"
Spend time with nature to shun depression - newkerala.com #81123
New Kerala / Posted 2 days ago
and have a heightened environmental awareness as adults than those who don't," said lead researcher Danielle Shanahan from University of Queensland in Australia. Visiting parks has been long known to be good for our health, but there has been... Read more
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University of Queensland
Unlocking secrets of the immune system could help combat colitishelp scientists and clinicians in the global fight against disease. An interna
Unlocking secrets of the immune system could help combat colitis
University of Queensland / Posted 2 days ago
help scientists and clinicians in the global fight against disease. An international team, including researchers from The University of Queensland, identified interactions between immune system pathways which could improve the treatment of... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
TRL rivals chase points in race for finalsestablish a gap back to the bottom half of the SEQ Women’s Competition ladder t
TRL rivals chase points in race for finals
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
establish a gap back to the bottom half of the SEQ Women’s Competition ladder this weekend. The eight-placed Fillies host ninth-placed University of Queensland from 12.30pm at Gold Park on Sunday and a win would put four points between the two tea... Read more
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University of Queensland
GPs given tools to combat antibiotic overuseaimed at stemming antibiotic resistance has successfully reduced prescribing ra
GPs given tools to combat antibiotic overuse
University of Queensland / Posted 2 days ago
aimed at stemming antibiotic resistance has successfully reduced prescribing rates among participating doctors. The University of Queensland-led study involved more than 100 general practitioners from almost 30 practices across South East... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
University pathways a hot topic at Dalbyaccommodation, bridging courses and the University's programs. The event was a
University pathways a hot topic at Dalby
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
accommodation, bridging courses and the University's programs. The event was also attended by representatives from University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology, Chestnut Hill College and TAFE Queensland. USQ... Read more
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Daily Examiner
How to be a farmer when you're allergic to your cropof how Mr Hutchings got started in crayfish farming is also an interesting one.
How to be a farmer when you're allergic to your crop
Daily Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
of how Mr Hutchings got started in crayfish farming is also an interesting one. He started as a research technician at the University of Queensland in Brisbane and decided he wanted to get out of the lab and into the outdoors. "We started in 1977.... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
How to be a farmer when you're allergic to your cropof how Mr Hutchings got started in crayfish farming is also an interesting one.
How to be a farmer when you're allergic to your crop
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
of how Mr Hutchings got started in crayfish farming is also an interesting one. He started as a research technician at the University of Queensland in Brisbane and decided he wanted to get out of the lab and into the outdoors. "We started in 1977.... Read more
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Daily Mail
Fitness bands may be underestimating energy expenditure by 40%popular wrist-worn devices, researchers found that energy expenditure can be un
Fitness bands may be underestimating energy expenditure by 40%
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
popular wrist-worn devices, researchers found that energy expenditure can be underestimated with variance of more than 40% University of Queensland investigated Apple Watch, Fitbit Charge HR, Samsung Gear S and Mio Alpha to measure heart rate and... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
How to be a farmer when you're allergic to your cropof how Mr Hutchings got started in crayfish farming is also an interesting one.
How to be a farmer when you're allergic to your crop
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
of how Mr Hutchings got started in crayfish farming is also an interesting one. He started as a research technician at the University of Queensland in Brisbane and decided he wanted to get out of the lab and into the outdoors. "We started in 1977.... Read more
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University of Queensland
Dose of nature is just what the doctor orderedhealth than those who don’t, according to new research by Australian and UK env
Dose of nature is just what the doctor ordered
University of Queensland / Posted 2 days ago
health than those who don’t, according to new research by Australian and UK environmental scientists. A study led by The University of Queensland (UQ) and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions (CEED) suggests people might need... Read more
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The China Post
New technology speeds massive coral reef surveyof humanity has been diving on a coral reef," said Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, director
New technology speeds massive coral reef survey
The China Post / Posted 2 days ago
of humanity has been diving on a coral reef," said Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, director of the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland and lead scientist for the project. "So most of us on the planet don't know what a coral reef really... Read more
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Queensland Times
Scientist-turned-farmer just crazy about crayfishof how Mr Hutchings got started in crayfish farming is also an interesting one.
Scientist-turned-farmer just crazy about crayfish
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
of how Mr Hutchings got started in crayfish farming is also an interesting one. He started as a research technician at the University of Queensland in Brisbane and decided he wanted to get out of the lab and into the outdoors. "We started in 1977.... Read more
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walesonline
Can you help this football fan get a Euro 2016 Wales shirt?a Bale shirt was quite a big thing.”Gareth Bale celebrates scoring against Russ
Can you help this football fan get a Euro 2016 Wales shirt?
walesonline / Posted 2 days ago
a Bale shirt was quite a big thing.”Gareth Bale celebrates scoring against Russia Owain, who is studying commerce at the University of Queensland, in Brisbane, turns out for high-level amateur side Brisbane City under-18s as a holding... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Queensland’s best of the bestDoherty Queensland’s only Nobel Laureatee, Doherty initially worked as a vet b
Queensland’s best of the best
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Doherty Queensland’s only Nobel Laureatee, Doherty initially worked as a vet before returning to study pathology at the University of Queensland in the 1960s. Along with Swiss Rolf Zinkernagel, he discovered how the immune system differentiates... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Palm Beach gets artificial reef in Gold Coast Budgeton Friday. Photo: Chris Hyde The design has recently been tested at a Queensla
Palm Beach gets artificial reef in Gold Coast Budget
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
on Friday. Photo: Chris Hyde The design has recently been tested at a Queensland Government hydraulics laboratory at the University of Queensland. The first stage of the Palm Beach artificial reef - in an effort to halt beach erosion - involves... Read more
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The North West Star
Palm Beach gets artificial reef in Gold Coast Budgetto help recover the sand. The design has recently been tested at a Queensland
Palm Beach gets artificial reef in Gold Coast Budget
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
to help recover the sand. The design has recently been tested at a Queensland Government hydraulics laboratory at the University of Queensland. The first stage of the Palm Beach artificial reef - in an effort to halt beach erosion - involves... Read more
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The North West Star
Fitbits: UQ study finds you may be burning more calories than you thoughtaccurate as you thought. Wrist-worn fitness monitors may not be as accurate as
Fitbits: UQ study finds you may be burning more calories than you thought
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
accurate as you thought. Wrist-worn fitness monitors may not be as accurate as once thought, a Brisbane study has found. University of Queensland PhD student Matthew Wallen led a study that put fitness monitors on 22 volunteers while they ran,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Uni student puts fitness bands through their pacesWrist-worn fitness monitors may not be as accurate as once thought, a Brisbane
Uni student puts fitness bands through their paces
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
Wrist-worn fitness monitors may not be as accurate as once thought, a Brisbane study has found. University of Queensland PhD student Matthew Wallen led a study that put fitness monitors on 22 volunteers while they ran, cycled, walked and... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Scientists discover RNA methylation could strengthen memory formationinto stable long-term memories has been uncovered by neurobiologists from the U
Scientists discover RNA methylation could strengthen memory formation
News-Medical-Net / Posted 3 days ago
into stable long-term memories has been uncovered by neurobiologists from the University of California, Irvine and the University of Queensland. The team, led by Timothy Bredy, UCI associate professor of neurobiology & behavior, discovered... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
48 HOURS: Your guide to the weekend's sportat Dalby; Goondiwindi v Pittsworth at Gilbert Oval. A grade starts 2.30pm. FOGS
48 HOURS: Your guide to the weekend's sport
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
at Dalby; Goondiwindi v Pittsworth at Gilbert Oval. A grade starts 2.30pm. FOGS Cup Colts Challenge. Toowoomba v Souths-Logan at Gold Park. Kick-off 2pm. SEQ Women's Competition. Toowoomba v University of Queensland at Gold Park. Kick-off 1... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Mackay's gun shooter has an eagle eyeat the Mt Vincent Rifle Range. He had been working in the Hunter Valley in New
Mackay's gun shooter has an eagle eye
The Daily Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
at the Mt Vincent Rifle Range. He had been working in the Hunter Valley in New South Walkes but returned to studies at the University of Queensland, re-joining the University Rifle Club. His winning form is an ideal lead-up to the Australian... Read more
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University of Queensland
Seaweed threatens Pacific coral reefsRegulating overfishing could protect Pacific coral reefs from strangulation by
Seaweed threatens Pacific coral reefs
University of Queensland / Posted 3 days ago
Regulating overfishing could protect Pacific coral reefs from strangulation by seaweed, according to new findings by a University of Queensland scientist. “Pacific reefs are more vulnerable to increases in seaweed than we used to think,” said... Read more
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University of Queensland
New research partnership to boost northern cattle industrybeef cattle industry. The Northern Beef Collaborative Partnership between Meat
New research partnership to boost northern cattle industry
University of Queensland / Posted 3 days ago
beef cattle industry. The Northern Beef Collaborative Partnership between Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) and The University of Queensland (UQ) is the most significant injection of research funds into northern beef cattle for 20 years and... Read more
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University of Queensland
Fitness bands undervalue your effortPopular wrist-worn fitness monitors underestimate energy expenditure with varia
Fitness bands undervalue your effort
University of Queensland / Posted 3 days ago
Popular wrist-worn fitness monitors underestimate energy expenditure with variances of more than 40 per cent, University of Queensland researchers have found. “We determined the accuracy of the Apple Watch, Fitbit Charge HR, Samsung Gear S and Mio... Read more
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University of Queensland
Bird-brained flight provides clues for roboticsin advance to manoeuvre around obstacles without adjusting speed. The research
Bird-brained flight provides clues for robotics
University of Queensland / Posted 3 days ago
in advance to manoeuvre around obstacles without adjusting speed. The research, from the Queensland Brain Institute at The University of Queensland, has implications for unmanned aircraft navigation systems. Dr Ingo Schiffner and Hong Vo from... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
APNewsBreak: New technology speeds massive coral reef surveyof humanity has been diving on a coral reef," said Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, director
APNewsBreak: New technology speeds massive coral reef survey
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 3 days ago
of humanity has been diving on a coral reef," said Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, director of the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland and lead scientist for the project. "So most of us on the planet don't know what a coral reef really... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
APNewsBreak New technology speeds massive coral reef surveyof humanity has been diving on a coral reef," said Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, director
APNewsBreak New technology speeds massive coral reef survey
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 3 days ago
of humanity has been diving on a coral reef," said Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, director of the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland and lead scientist for the project. "So most of us on the planet don't know what a coral reef really... Read more
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PhysOrg
Budgies found to fly at just two speedstwo speed levels. In their paper published in the journal Biology Letters, Ingo
Budgies found to fly at just two speeds
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
two speed levels. In their paper published in the journal Biology Letters, Ingo Schiffner and Mandyam Srinivasan with the University of Queensland in Australia, describe tunnel tests they conducted with budgerigars, what they found and offer some... Read more
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PhysOrg
Tapping fishers' memories reveals long–lost fishing trendsFishers' memories reveal long lost-lost trends. Credit: University of Queenslan
Tapping fishers' memories reveals long–lost fishing trends
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
Fishers' memories reveal long lost-lost trends. Credit: University of Queensland A new scientific study is reconstructing long-term data on fish catches using fishers' memories to reveal how their rewards have declined over the past 50 years. Dr... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Brisbane now home to Australia's coldest fridgecoldest fridge, but warm beers are the last thing you would want to put in it.
Brisbane now home to Australia's coldest fridge
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
coldest fridge, but warm beers are the last thing you would want to put in it. This cooling facility is being housed at University of Queensland and will hopefully help improve navigation capabilities for submarines, planes and ships within the... Read more
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Queensland Times
Darcie's strike seals vital win for PrideA CLASSY first-half strike from Darcie Wilson ensured Western Pride outlasted U
Darcie's strike seals vital win for Pride
Queensland Times / Posted 4 days ago
A CLASSY first-half strike from Darcie Wilson ensured Western Pride outlasted University of Queensland 1-0 in their latest football match at St Lucia. In a game dominated by scoring opportunities, Wilson's long-range lob over UQFC goalkeeper Daniele... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
Two year UQ masters aims to produce next generation safety specialistsThe University of Queensland is offering a new, two-year Master of Occupational
Two year UQ masters aims to produce next generation safety specialists
Asian Correspondent / Posted 4 days ago
The University of Queensland is offering a new, two-year Master of Occupational Health and Safety Science program from 2017 to complement its existing suite of internationally recognised programs, including a 1.5 year masters program. Occupational... Read more
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University of Queensland
Tapping fishers’ memories reveals long-lost fishing trends50 years. Dr Ruth Thurstan, who conducted the research with the ARC Centre of
Tapping fishers’ memories reveals long-lost fishing trends
University of Queensland / Posted 4 days ago
50 years. Dr Ruth Thurstan, who conducted the research with the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at The University of Queensland said more than 100 fishers from the commercial and recreational fishing sectors were asked to recall... Read more
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University of Queensland
Laboratory drug trials could lead to asthma treatment breakthroughA new drug with the potential to reverse or slow the development of asthma is b
Laboratory drug trials could lead to asthma treatment breakthrough
University of Queensland / Posted 4 days ago
A new drug with the potential to reverse or slow the development of asthma is being tested by researchers at The University of Queensland. Developed by international pharmaceutical company Pfizer Inc., the drug is being trialled by UQ’s School of... Read more
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University of Queensland
UQ research hones in on new TB drugsUniversity of Queensland scientists are honing in on drug resistant tuberculosi
UQ research hones in on new TB drugs
University of Queensland / Posted 4 days ago
University of Queensland scientists are honing in on drug resistant tuberculosis (TB), in a project which could lead to new antibiotics. The UQ team has identified four new classes of compounds which act against TB bacteria, and hopes... Read more
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