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Northern Daily Leader
Your guide to the HSC | Handy tips and hintslistening to calming music, being creative, getting outdoors. Find one that wor
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
listening to calming music, being creative, getting outdoors. Find one that works for you. - Professor Jennie Hudson is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Centre for Emotional Health, Department of Psychology, Macquarie University.... Read more
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Western Advocate
Your guide to the HSC | Handy tips and hintslistening to calming music, being creative, getting outdoors. Find one that wor
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
listening to calming music, being creative, getting outdoors. Find one that works for you. - Professor Jennie Hudson is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Centre for Emotional Health, Department of Psychology, Macquarie University.... Read more
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Manning River Times
Your guide to the HSC | Handy tips and hintslistening to calming music, being creative, getting outdoors. Find one that wor
Manning River Times / Posted 4 days ago
listening to calming music, being creative, getting outdoors. Find one that works for you. - Professor Jennie Hudson is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Centre for Emotional Health, Department of Psychology, Macquarie University.... Read more
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The North West Star
Your guide to the HSC | Handy tips and hintslistening to calming music, being creative, getting outdoors. Find one that wor
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
listening to calming music, being creative, getting outdoors. Find one that works for you. - Professor Jennie Hudson is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Centre for Emotional Health, Department of Psychology, Macquarie University.... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Your guide to the HSC | Handy tips and hintslistening to calming music, being creative, getting outdoors. Find one that wor
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
listening to calming music, being creative, getting outdoors. Find one that works for you. - Professor Jennie Hudson is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Centre for Emotional Health, Department of Psychology, Macquarie University.... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Your guide to the HSC | Handy tips and hintslistening to calming music, being creative, getting outdoors. Find one that wor
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
listening to calming music, being creative, getting outdoors. Find one that works for you. - Professor Jennie Hudson is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Centre for Emotional Health, Department of Psychology, Macquarie University.... Read more
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The Courier
Your guide to the HSC | Handy tips and hintslistening to calming music, being creative, getting outdoors. Find one that wor
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
listening to calming music, being creative, getting outdoors. Find one that works for you. - Professor Jennie Hudson is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Centre for Emotional Health, Department of Psychology, Macquarie University.... Read more
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The Border Mail
Teachers, bad grades, 'boring school' driving youth out of mainstream schools: studyand being "bored" at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
and being "bored" at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders out of the mainstream education system, an Australian Research Council funded report has found. More than 200 surveys taken from youth support workers, teachers,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Teachers, bad grades, 'boring school' driving youth out of mainstream schools: studyand being "bored" at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
and being "bored" at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders out of the mainstream education system, an Australian Research Council funded report has found. More than 200 surveys taken from youth support workers, teachers,... Read more
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Western Advocate
Teachers, bad grades, 'boring school' driving youth out of mainstream schools: studyand being "bored" at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
and being "bored" at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders out of the mainstream education system, an Australian Research Council funded report has found. More than 200 surveys taken from youth support workers, teachers,... Read more
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Manning River Times
Teachers, bad grades, 'boring school' driving youth out of mainstream schools: studyand being "bored" at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders
Manning River Times / Posted 7 days ago
and being "bored" at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders out of the mainstream education system, an Australian Research Council funded report has found. More than 200 surveys taken from youth support workers, teachers,... Read more
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The North West Star
Teachers, bad grades, 'boring school' driving youth out of mainstream schools: studyand being "bored" at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
and being "bored" at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders out of the mainstream education system, an Australian Research Council funded report has found. More than 200 surveys taken from youth support workers, teachers,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Teachers, bad grades, 'boring school' driving youth out of mainstream schools: studyand being "bored" at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
and being "bored" at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders out of the mainstream education system, an Australian Research Council funded report has found. More than 200 surveys taken from youth support workers, teachers,... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Teachers, bad grades, 'boring school' driving youth out of mainstream schools: studyand being "bored" at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
and being "bored" at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders out of the mainstream education system, an Australian Research Council funded report has found. More than 200 surveys taken from youth support workers, teachers,... Read more
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The Courier
Teachers, bad grades, 'boring school' driving youth out of mainstream schools: studyand being "bored" at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
and being "bored" at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders out of the mainstream education system, an Australian Research Council funded report has found. More than 200 surveys taken from youth support workers, teachers,... Read more
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The Age
Teachers, bad grades, 'boring school' driving youth out of mainstream schools: studyand being “bored” at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
and being “bored” at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders out of the mainstream education system, an Australian Research Council funded report has found. More than 200 surveys taken from youth support workers, teachers,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Teachers, bad grades, 'boring school' driving youth out of mainstream schools: studyand being “bored” at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
and being “bored” at school are some of the factors driving young Queenslanders out of the mainstream education system, an Australian Research Council funded report has found. More than 200 surveys taken from youth support workers, teachers,... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Inaugural Kayes Fletcher Walker visiting scholar awardMonash University.She has published widely in the fields of mental health law a
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 8 days ago
Monash University.She has published widely in the fields of mental health law and criminal law and in 2007 was appointed an Australian Research Council Federation Fellow. In 2011 Professor McSherry was elected a fellow of the Academy of Social... Read more
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EarthSky
How gravitational waves attracted a Nobel Prizeof these violent events. Australia continues to play an important role in grav
EarthSky / Posted 11 days ago
of these violent events. Australia continues to play an important role in gravitational-wave astronomy. The newly funded Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Gravitational-wave Discovery (OzGrav) will make the most of LIGO... Read more
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Business Standard India
An award with real gravity: How gravitational waves attracted a Nobel Prizeof these violent events. Australia continues to play an important role in grav
Business Standard India / Posted 15 days ago
of these violent events. Australia continues to play an important role in gravitational-wave astronomy. The newly funded Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Gravitational-wave Discovery (OzGrav) will make the most of LIGO... Read more
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Newswise
New Mouse Model Replicates an Underlying Cause of Intellectual DisabilityNational Institutes of Health (GM111838, MH59803, MH94320, T32EB00938008), Howa
Newswise / Posted 19 days ago
National Institutes of Health (GM111838, MH59803, MH94320, T32EB00938008), Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, National Health & Medical Research Council and Australian Research Council. Permalink to this a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Why you're probably reading the wrong bookswe read what we read? Much of what we know about reading habits comes from Rea
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 25 days ago
we read what we read? Much of what we know about reading habits comes from Reading the Reader, a survey published by the Australian Research Council and Macquarie University. It revealed nine in 10 Australians read for interest or pleasure and... Read more
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University of Queensland
National competition for quantum physics game designersCould you design an electronic game inspired by quantum physics? The Australia
University of Queensland / Posted 28 days ago
Could you design an electronic game inspired by quantum physics? The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems has launched a competition that asks competitors to do just that. University of Queensland... Read more
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Financial News Network
First Graphite (FGR) building Australia’s first graphene processing plantCan you tell us about your collaboration with the University of Adelaide? Pete
Financial News Network / Posted 30 days ago
Can you tell us about your collaboration with the University of Adelaide? Peter Youd: In Adelaide, we’re involved in their Australian Research Council hub. That’s got three streams that we’re working on; one of those is fire retardants. Now your... Read more
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The North West Star
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsUniversities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Co
The North West Star / Posted 30 days ago
Universities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Coal Association Research Program​ (ACARP) and Australian Research Council data to show the close ties between some universities and coal, with the University of Wollongong... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsUniversities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Co
Daily Liberal / Posted 30 days ago
Universities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Coal Association Research Program​ (ACARP) and Australian Research Council data to show the close ties between some universities and coal, with the University of Wollongong... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsUniversities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Co
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 30 days ago
Universities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Coal Association Research Program​ (ACARP) and Australian Research Council data to show the close ties between some universities and coal, with the University of Wollongong... Read more
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The Courier
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsUniversities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Co
The Courier / Posted 30 days ago
Universities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Coal Association Research Program​ (ACARP) and Australian Research Council data to show the close ties between some universities and coal, with the University of Wollongong... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsUniversities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Co
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 30 days ago
Universities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Coal Association Research Program​ (ACARP) and Australian Research Council data to show the close ties between some universities and coal, with the University of Wollongong... Read more
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The Young Witness
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsUniversities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Co
The Young Witness / Posted 30 days ago
Universities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Coal Association Research Program​ (ACARP) and Australian Research Council data to show the close ties between some universities and coal, with the University of Wollongong... Read more
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Western Advocate
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsUniversities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Co
Western Advocate / Posted 30 days ago
Universities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Coal Association Research Program​ (ACARP) and Australian Research Council data to show the close ties between some universities and coal, with the University of Wollongong... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsUniversities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Co
Kiama Independent / Posted 30 days ago
Universities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Coal Association Research Program​ (ACARP) and Australian Research Council data to show the close ties between some universities and coal, with the University of Wollongong... Read more
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Manning River Times
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsUniversities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Co
Manning River Times / Posted 30 days ago
Universities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Coal Association Research Program​ (ACARP) and Australian Research Council data to show the close ties between some universities and coal, with the University of Wollongong... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsUniversities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Co
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 30 days ago
Universities network showed. The “Exposing the Ties” report used Australian Coal Association Research Program​ (ACARP) and Australian Research Council data to show the close ties between some universities and coal, with the University of Wollongong... Read more
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New Kerala
Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University appoints new Vice President for Academic Affairs - newkerala news #271907and a department; and having been vice president at University of Technology, S
New Kerala / Posted 1 months ago
and a department; and having been vice president at University of Technology, Sydney, for five years. He also served on the Australian Research Council, and the Australian Government's Foreign Affairs Council; and been a quality auditor for the... Read more

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