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Illawarra Mercury
World first bioprint Wollongong facility a step closerThe University of Wollongong is a step closer to establishing a world first bio
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
The University of Wollongong is a step closer to establishing a world first bioprinting facility. Receiving $347,000 from the Australian Research Council (ARC) will help to establish the facility to enable development of bioinks and customised... Read more
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Canberra Times
The long way: fire and smoke for Mungo Man and the ancestors on their road homered gum wood unearthed on the banks of the Murray. It was donated by geologist
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
red gum wood unearthed on the banks of the Murray. It was donated by geologist Jim Bowler, now a professorial fellow at Melbourne University, who spotted the Mungo Man in 1974 while riding his motorbike across the dry lake, and has repeatedly... Read more
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The Border Mail
Guy's plan to build North East and East West to create traffic woes, RACV warnsfirst proposed in a state transport plan back in 1969. "But that does not mean
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
first proposed in a state transport plan back in 1969. "But that does not mean that these projects are good ideas," warns Melbourne University planning academic Dr Crystal Legacy. A road-building boom on this scale would see Victorians "locked... Read more
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The Border Mail
Lighting a fire across countryred gum wood unearthed on the banks of the Murray. It was donated by geologist
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
red gum wood unearthed on the banks of the Murray. It was donated by geologist Jim Bowler, now a professorial fellow at Melbourne University, who spotted the Mungo Man in 1974 while riding his motorbike across the dry lake, and has repeatedly... Read more
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The Courier
Lighting a fire across countryred gum wood unearthed on the banks of the Murray. It was donated by geologist
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
red gum wood unearthed on the banks of the Murray. It was donated by geologist Jim Bowler, now a professorial fellow at Melbourne University, who spotted the Mungo Man in 1974 while riding his motorbike across the dry lake, and has repeatedly... Read more
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The Courier
Guy's plan to build North East and East West to create traffic woes, RACV warnsfirst proposed in a state transport plan back in 1969. "But that does not mean
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
first proposed in a state transport plan back in 1969. "But that does not mean that these projects are good ideas," warns Melbourne University planning academic Dr Crystal Legacy. A road-building boom on this scale would see Victorians "locked... Read more
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The Age
Guy's plan to build North East and East West to create traffic woes, RACV warnsfirst proposed in a state transport plan back in 1969. "But that does not mean
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
first proposed in a state transport plan back in 1969. "But that does not mean that these projects are good ideas," warns Melbourne University planning academic Dr Crystal Legacy. A road-building boom on this scale would see Victorians "locked... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Guy's plan to build North East and East West to create traffic woes, RACV warnsfirst proposed in a state transport plan back in 1969. "But that does not mean
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
first proposed in a state transport plan back in 1969. "But that does not mean that these projects are good ideas," warns Melbourne University planning academic Dr Crystal Legacy. A road-building boom on this scale would see Victorians "locked... Read more
5 related articles
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The Border Mail
Fire and smoke on Mungo Man's long road homered gum wood unearthed on the banks of the Murray. It was donated by geologist
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
red gum wood unearthed on the banks of the Murray. It was donated by geologist Jim Bowler, now a professorial fellow at Melbourne University, who spotted the Mungo Man in 1974 while riding his motorbike across the dry lake, and has repeatedly... Read more
9 related articles
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The Courier
Fire and smoke on Mungo Man's long road homered gum wood unearthed on the banks of the Murray. It was donated by geologist
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
red gum wood unearthed on the banks of the Murray. It was donated by geologist Jim Bowler, now a professorial fellow at Melbourne University, who spotted the Mungo Man in 1974 while riding his motorbike across the dry lake, and has repeatedly... Read more
9 related articles
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The Age
The long way: fire and smoke for Mungo Man and the ancestors on their road homered gum wood unearthed on the banks of the Murray. It was donated by geologist
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
red gum wood unearthed on the banks of the Murray. It was donated by geologist Jim Bowler, now a professorial fellow at Melbourne University, who spotted the Mungo Man in 1974 while riding his motorbike across the dry lake, and has repeatedly... Read more
9 related articles
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Sydney Morning Herald
The long way: fire and smoke for Mungo Man and the ancestors on their road homered gum wood unearthed on the banks of the Murray. It was donated by geologist
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
red gum wood unearthed on the banks of the Murray. It was donated by geologist Jim Bowler, now a professorial fellow at Melbourne University, who spotted the Mungo Man in 1974 while riding his motorbike across the dry lake, and has repeatedly... Read more
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The Age
How your personal information funds share bike schemesthey use - are fantastic sources of data and that's revenue. Dr Sandra Peter S
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
they use - are fantastic sources of data and that's revenue. Dr Sandra Peter Sun Sheng Han, professor of urban planning at Melbourne University, said many of the businesses float on funds from investors, who are prepared to risk short-term losses... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
How your personal information funds share bike schemesthey use - are fantastic sources of data and that's revenue. Dr Sandra Peter S
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
they use - are fantastic sources of data and that's revenue. Dr Sandra Peter Sun Sheng Han, professor of urban planning at Melbourne University, said many of the businesses float on funds from investors, who are prepared to risk short-term losses... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Visionary inspired the young to readdid some interpreting for the Hungarian water polo team. But books, not sport,
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
did some interpreting for the Hungarian water polo team. But books, not sport, were her thing. From school she went to Melbourne University where she studied languages and English literature and qualified to become a secondary teacher. In 1957... Read more
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The Age
Visionary inspired the young to readdid some interpreting for the Hungarian water polo team. But books, not sport,
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
did some interpreting for the Hungarian water polo team. But books, not sport, were her thing. From school she went to Melbourne University where she studied languages and English literature and qualified to become a secondary teacher. In 1957... Read more
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The Courier
Look, no hands: humanless cars to hit Victoria's public streetsorganised trial conditions, in changes to the Road Safety Act due to be introdu
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
organised trial conditions, in changes to the Road Safety Act due to be introduced in Parliament on Tuesday. La Trobe and Melbourne University, Transurban and a swathe of luxury manufacturers have already been granted permission to trial... Read more
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Canberra Times
Humanless cars to hit Victoria's public streets in Victorian government proposal no hands - Andrews government set to introduce trials of driverless cars. Photo
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
no hands - Andrews government set to introduce trials of driverless cars. Photo: Christopher Goodney La Trobe and Melbourne University, Transurban and a swathe of luxury manufacturers have already been granted permission to trial... Read more
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The Border Mail
Look no hands: Driverless cars coming to the state's roadsorganised trial conditions, in changes to the Road Safety Act due to be introdu
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
organised trial conditions, in changes to the Road Safety Act due to be introduced in Parliament on Tuesday. La Trobe and Melbourne University, Transurban and a swathe of luxury manufacturers have already been granted permission to trial... Read more
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The Courier
Look no hands: Driverless cars coming to the state's roadsorganised trial conditions, in changes to the Road Safety Act due to be introdu
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
organised trial conditions, in changes to the Road Safety Act due to be introduced in Parliament on Tuesday. La Trobe and Melbourne University, Transurban and a swathe of luxury manufacturers have already been granted permission to trial... Read more
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The Age
Humanless cars to hit Victoria's public streets in Victorian government proposal no hands - Andrews government set to introduce trials of driverless cars. Photo
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
no hands - Andrews government set to introduce trials of driverless cars. Photo: Christopher Goodney La Trobe and Melbourne University, Transurban and a swathe of luxury manufacturers have already been granted permission to trial... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Humanless cars to hit Victoria's public streets in Victorian government proposal no hands - Andrews government set to introduce trials of driverless cars. Photo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
no hands - Andrews government set to introduce trials of driverless cars. Photo: Christopher Goodney La Trobe and Melbourne University, Transurban and a swathe of luxury manufacturers have already been granted permission to trial... Read more
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The Border Mail
Lavington’s attack has skinned six teams and it now faces Wodongapair produced too in the win over Wodonga Raiders, hitting half-centuries. It
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
pair produced too in the win over Wodonga Raiders, hitting half-centuries. It ended a frustrating run for former Melbourne University second-grader McIntosh after scores of 34, 22 and 26. “Yeah definitely, I was just finding ways to get... Read more
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Herald Sun
Andrew Rule's Black List'Doc' Smith THE young Greg Smith was intelligent and well-educated but develop
Herald Sun / Posted 8 days ago
'Doc' Smith THE young Greg Smith was intelligent and well-educated but developed a few bad habits by the time he got to Melbourne University, the worst being heroin. By the late 1970s he had started robbing building society branches using, he... Read more
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EuroNews
Australia Same-Sex Marriage Vote Spawns Toxic Debaterhetoric to be legitimized as simply one side of a debate to be 'respected,'" H
EuroNews / Posted 9 days ago
rhetoric to be legitimized as simply one side of a debate to be 'respected,'" Hannah McCann, gender studies lecturer at Melbourne University, told NBC News. The discussion has in some respects morphed into a wider culture war, polarizing... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'Healthy craziness' finds its champion in Professor Rufus Blackto have had inspiring teachers and mentors who believed in me and encouraged me
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
to have had inspiring teachers and mentors who believed in me and encouraged me. [Dyslexia] never got in the way," he told Melbourne University for an alumni profile. Professor Black would go on to become a Rhodes Scholar, theologian and ordained... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Qld’s plan to tackle truancy is already doomedand dropouts begins in the home, before children even start preschool, accordin
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 11 days ago
and dropouts begins in the home, before children even start preschool, according to Emeritus Professor of Education at Melbourne University, Richard Teese. He says children from very poor backgrounds are not incapable of succeeding, but many... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Will Downer want Mayo with that?a young woman in a Hong Kong bar. Ms Downer was raised in the Adelaide Hills b
Adelaide Now / Posted 11 days ago
a young woman in a Hong Kong bar. Ms Downer was raised in the Adelaide Hills but left South Australia as a teenager for a Melbourne University scholarship. If she did declare interest and win preselection for Mayo, she would have to overcome Ms... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Apple’s big plan to help jobseekersMELBOURNE University RMIT has teamed up with Apple to offer an Australian-first
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 11 days ago
MELBOURNE University RMIT has teamed up with Apple to offer an Australian-first course giving students the chance to build apps and learn to code in the tech giant’s Swift programming language. As technology seeps into all aspects of our lives, its... Read more
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News.com.au
Apple’s big plan to help jobseekersused to help teach coding and computer-programming skills. Photo: Danny Ghitis
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
used to help teach coding and computer-programming skills. Photo: Danny Ghitis Apple is teaming with RMIT.Source:istock MELBOURNE University RMIT has teamed up with Apple to offer an Australian-first course giving students the chance to build... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Apple’s big plan to help jobseekersMELBOURNE University RMIT has teamed up with Apple to offer an Australian-first
Adelaide Now / Posted 11 days ago
MELBOURNE University RMIT has teamed up with Apple to offer an Australian-first course giving students the chance to build apps and learn to code in the tech giant’s Swift programming language. As technology seeps into all aspects of our lives, its... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Battler Bus’ breaks downSenator. Credit - Patriot Blue via Storyful3:47 A group of white nationalists
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
Senator. Credit - Patriot Blue via Storyful3:47 A group of white nationalists set upon Senator Sam Dastyari at a Melbourne university pub, “Who don’t you go back to Iran, you terrorist?” a member of the group asks, as Dastyari attempts to... Read more
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Manning River Times
Sir Ninian Stephen remembered as 'a great Australian'moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch
Manning River Times / Posted 12 days ago
moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch College in Melbourne, before enrolling in Melbourne University to study law. All the while, Ninian Stephen had no idea he'd been abandoned. He was told his father had... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Sir Ninian Stephen remembered as 'a great Australian'moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 days ago
moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch College in Melbourne, before enrolling in Melbourne University to study law. All the while, Ninian Stephen had no idea he'd been abandoned. He was told his father had... Read more
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The Border Mail
Sir Ninian Stephen remembered as 'a great Australian'moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch College in Melbourne, before enrolling in Melbourne University to study law. All the while, Ninian Stephen had no idea he'd been abandoned. He was told his father had... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Sir Ninian Stephen remembered as 'a great Australian'moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch College in Melbourne, before enrolling in Melbourne University to study law. All the while, Ninian Stephen had no idea he'd been abandoned. He was told his father had... Read more
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The Courier
Sir Ninian Stephen remembered as 'a great Australian'moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch
The Courier / Posted 12 days ago
moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch College in Melbourne, before enrolling in Melbourne University to study law. All the while, Ninian Stephen had no idea he'd been abandoned. He was told his father had... Read more
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Canberra Times
Abandoned by his father, Sir Ninian Stephen remembered as 'a great Australian'moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch College in Melbourne, before enrolling in Melbourne University to study law. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. All the while, Ninian... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Sir Ninian Stephen remembered as 'a great Australian'moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 days ago
moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch College in Melbourne, before enrolling in Melbourne University to study law. All the while, Ninian Stephen had no idea he'd been abandoned. He was told his father had... Read more
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Western Advocate
Sir Ninian Stephen remembered as 'a great Australian'moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch
Western Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch College in Melbourne, before enrolling in Melbourne University to study law. All the while, Ninian Stephen had no idea he'd been abandoned. He was told his father had... Read more
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The North West Star
Sir Ninian Stephen remembered as 'a great Australian'moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch
The North West Star / Posted 12 days ago
moved in 1940 to Australia, where the teenaged Ninian spent two terms at Scotch College in Melbourne, before enrolling in Melbourne University to study law. All the while, Ninian Stephen had no idea he'd been abandoned. He was told his father had... Read more
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Business Wire
Northern Trust Makes Senior Hire: Expands Market Advocacy & Innovation Research Function in Asia-Pacificacross the global securities and market infrastructure sectors and holds a Mast
Business Wire / Posted 13 days ago
across the global securities and market infrastructure sectors and holds a Master in Business Administration from Melbourne University and an honours degree in Economics from Sydney University. “As innovation continues apace in the... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Re-Imagining Education to Empower Gen-Zfuturist Frances Valintine, nanotechnologist and STEM expert Dr. Michelle Dicki
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 14 days ago
futurist Frances Valintine, nanotechnologist and STEM expert Dr. Michelle Dickinson, and learning design expert and Melbourne University associate professor, Kenn Fisher.High school students Caitlin Taylor (15) and Dakota Kahi (14) joined... Read more
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Canberra Times
Life expectancy. From 45 to 82 years, we've come a long waypoint it looks as if life expectancy has always increased, but it hasn't, for d
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
point it looks as if life expectancy has always increased, but it hasn't, for decades at a time. The 1960s were what Melbourne University demographer Alan Lopez refers to as the "tobacco years". Life expectancy increased not at all. Get the... Read more
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The Age
Life expectancy. From 45 to 82 years, we've come a long waypoint it looks as if life expectancy has always increased, but it hasn't, for d
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
point it looks as if life expectancy has always increased, but it hasn't, for decades at a time. The 1960s were what Melbourne University demographer Alan Lopez refers to as the "tobacco years". Life expectancy increased not at all. Get the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Life expectancy. From 45 to 82 years, we've come a long waypoint it looks as if life expectancy has always increased, but it hasn't, for d
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
point it looks as if life expectancy has always increased, but it hasn't, for decades at a time. The 1960s were what Melbourne University demographer Alan Lopez refers to as the "tobacco years". Life expectancy increased not at all. Get the... Read more
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Perth Now
Punt on Pilbara gold in rich racehe says that’s “bullshit”. This time he’s got another independent analyst backi
Perth Now / Posted 15 days ago
he says that’s “bullshit”. This time he’s got another independent analyst backing his claims, a chemical engineer from Melbourne University. Mr Morgan is almost apoplectic that he’s missing out on the action. The stock is stuck on 23c and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Melbourne Cup Parade: thousands expected to line Swanston Street from 10:30am to 1:30pm; Swanston Street will be closed to trams from 10:30am t
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
from 10:30am to 1:30pm; Swanston Street will be closed to trams from 10:30am to 1:30pm. All northbound services to Melbourne University will terminate at the Arts Centre. Services from East Coburg, route no. 1 and Moreland, route no. 8,... Read more
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Canberra Times
beyondblue app helps young check in with each other to keep exam stress at bay– to support young people as they support their friends." Now 21, and in the s
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
– to support young people as they support their friends." Now 21, and in the second year of a Bachelor of Arts degree at Melbourne University, Ms Missen said she wished her friends knew about the app at school. "Having these conversation doesn't... Read more
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The Age
beyondblue app helps young check in with each other to keep exam stress at bay– to support young people as they support their friends." Now 21, and in the s
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
– to support young people as they support their friends." Now 21, and in the second year of a Bachelor of Arts degree at Melbourne University, Ms Missen said she wished her friends knew about the app at school. "Having these conversation doesn't... Read more
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