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Northern Daily Leader
All the achievers we’ll rejoice come Australia Dayinternational award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize. F
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 hours ago
international award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize. From his long-term base at the Australian National University, Graham is tackling some of the most profound challenges facing humanity and the environment. Kathy... Read more
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Western Advocate
All the achievers we’ll rejoice come Australia Dayinternational award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize. F
Western Advocate / Posted 4 hours ago
international award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize. From his long-term base at the Australian National University, Graham is tackling some of the most profound challenges facing humanity and the environment. Kathy... Read more
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Manning River Times
All the achievers we’ll rejoice come Australia Dayinternational award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize. F
Manning River Times / Posted 4 hours ago
international award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize. From his long-term base at the Australian National University, Graham is tackling some of the most profound challenges facing humanity and the environment. Kathy... Read more
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The North West Star
All the achievers we’ll rejoice come Australia Dayinternational award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize. F
The North West Star / Posted 5 hours ago
international award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize. From his long-term base at the Australian National University, Graham is tackling some of the most profound challenges facing humanity and the environment. Kathy... Read more
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Daily Liberal
All the achievers we’ll rejoice come Australia Dayinternational award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize. F
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 hours ago
international award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize. From his long-term base at the Australian National University, Graham is tackling some of the most profound challenges facing humanity and the environment. Kathy... Read more
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The Border Mail
All the achievers we’ll rejoice come Australia Dayinternational award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize. F
The Border Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
international award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize. From his long-term base at the Australian National University, Graham is tackling some of the most profound challenges facing humanity and the environment. Kathy... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
All the achievers we’ll rejoice come Australia Dayinternational award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize. F
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 hours ago
international award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize. From his long-term base at the Australian National University, Graham is tackling some of the most profound challenges facing humanity and the environment. Kathy... Read more
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The Courier
All the achievers we’ll rejoice come Australia Dayinternational award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize. F
The Courier / Posted 5 hours ago
international award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize. From his long-term base at the Australian National University, Graham is tackling some of the most profound challenges facing humanity and the environment. Kathy... Read more
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Canberra Times
Hopes for Tasmania's 'Battery of the Nation' dangle by a cable, or twointerconnection story is really a critical part of the Battery of the Nation,"
Canberra Times / Posted 21 hours ago
interconnection story is really a critical part of the Battery of the Nation," Gwynne says. Andrew Blakers, the Australian National University engineering professor whose team identified some 5000 suitable pumped storage sites around the country,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Extracting sting from wasp talep5), it is high time the federal government pulled the plug on this ridiculous
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
p5), it is high time the federal government pulled the plug on this ridiculous scheme. Andrew Blakers of the Australian National University has already demonstrated the folly of the scheme. He stated there were 6000 sites for pumped hydro... Read more
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Canberra Times
Businessman arrested in Serbia supplied steel for construction of police station, jail and courtsprovide steel for jobs at the National Portrait Gallery, Australian Sports Comm
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
provide steel for jobs at the National Portrait Gallery, Australian Sports Commission Rowing Australia office, Australian National University, Canberra Centre redevelopment, and the Gungahlin Uniting Church. Interstate, the company claims to have... Read more
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The Age
Hopes for Tasmania's 'Battery of the Nation' dangle by a cable, or twointerconnection story is really a critical part of the Battery of the Nation,"
The Age / Posted yesterday
interconnection story is really a critical part of the Battery of the Nation," Gwynne says. Andrew Blakers, the Australian National University engineering professor whose team identified some 5000 suitable pumped storage sites around the country,... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Extracting sting from wasp talep5), it is high time the federal government pulled the plug on this ridiculous
The Age / Posted yesterday
p5), it is high time the federal government pulled the plug on this ridiculous scheme. Andrew Blakers of the Australian National University has already demonstrated the folly of the scheme. He stated there were 6000 sites for pumped hydro... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Hopes for Tasmania's 'Battery of the Nation' dangle by a cable, or twointerconnection story is really a critical part of the Battery of the Nation,"
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
interconnection story is really a critical part of the Battery of the Nation," Gwynne says. Andrew Blakers, the Australian National University engineering professor whose team identified some 5000 suitable pumped storage sites around the country,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Extracting sting from wasp talep5), it is high time the federal government pulled the plug on this ridiculous
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
p5), it is high time the federal government pulled the plug on this ridiculous scheme. Andrew Blakers of the Australian National University has already demonstrated the folly of the scheme. He stated there were 6000 sites for pumped hydro... Read more
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Irish Examiner
How ancient microbes may have helped build Buckingham Palacebut a new study suggests ancient microbes may have lent a helping hand. Well, s
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
but a new study suggests ancient microbes may have lent a helping hand. Well, sort of. A research team from the Australian National University (ANU) says that the material used to build the royal palace and other famous buildings – such as the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Businessman arrested in Serbia supplied steel for construction of police station, jail and courtsprovide steel for jobs at the National Portrait Gallery, Australian Sports Comm
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
provide steel for jobs at the National Portrait Gallery, Australian Sports Commission Rowing Australia office, Australian National University, Canberra Centre redevelopment, and the Gungahlin Uniting Church. Interstate, the company claims to have... Read more
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The Age
Businessman arrested in Serbia supplied steel for construction of police station, jail and courtsprovide steel for jobs at the National Portrait Gallery, Australian Sports Comm
The Age / Posted yesterday
provide steel for jobs at the National Portrait Gallery, Australian Sports Commission Rowing Australia office, Australian National University, Canberra Centre redevelopment, and the Gungahlin Uniting Church. Interstate, the company claims to have... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
China looks to call bluff on Trump trade actionofficials getting nervous now amid a coming US-China trade war? I don’t think s
Hindustantimes.com / Posted yesterday
officials getting nervous now amid a coming US-China trade war? I don’t think so,” said Wang Jiangyu, a trade expert at the National University of Singapore. The country has negotiated its way out of previous Section 301 investigations, including... Read more
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Swissinfo
China looks to call bluff on Trump trade actiongetting nervous now amid a coming U.S.-China trade war? I don't think so," said
Swissinfo / Posted yesterday
getting nervous now amid a coming U.S.-China trade war? I don't think so," said Wang Jiangyu, a trade expert at the National University of Singapore. The country has negotiated its way out of previous Section 301 investigations, including... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Rivals Ateneo, UP open UAAP 80 football tiffopening day at 4 p.m. In other fixtures, Far Eastern University clashes with U
Pilipino Star / Posted yesterday
opening day at 4 p.m. In other fixtures, Far Eastern University clashes with University of Santo Tomas at 9 a.m., while National University takes on University of the East at 1:30 p.m. The opening matchup will feature two of the top national... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Family violence hitting work-for-the-dole schemeCDP program altogether, leaving them with no income.CDP could have 'unintended
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
CDP program altogether, leaving them with no income.CDP could have 'unintended consequences', researchers say Australian National University academic Lisa Fowkes has spent the last few years researching the government's welfare models for people... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Padda, Lady Falcons relish pressure from school officialsand the Pep Squad.” The Adamson Pep Squad shocked the UAAP viewing public when
Inquirier.net / Posted 2 days ago
and the Pep Squad.” The Adamson Pep Squad shocked the UAAP viewing public when they dethroned the five-peat seeking National University Pep Squad, while the Soaring Falcons almost dashed to the Finals and nearly eliminating De La... Read more
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International Business Times
Under Donald Trump, the United States' global leadership rating has plunged to Russian levels rating on par with China's and sets a new bar for disapproval." Gallup noted a
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
rating on par with China's and sets a new bar for disapproval." Gallup noted a recent study by Dartmouth and Australian National University that found that "public opinion about US foreign policy in foreign countries does affect their policies... Read more
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NZCity
Senior PNG health official calls for public autopsies to stamp out sorcery attackseach year, according to a study by the Divine Word University, PNG's National R
NZCity / Posted 2 days ago
each year, according to a study by the Divine Word University, PNG's National Research Institute, and the Australian National University. Lutheran missionary Anton Lutz, who grew up and still works in Enga Province, said the violence has... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Aus Open’s ‘perverse’ debaclethe blazing sun as the roof remained open on Rod Laver Arena. Dr Kathryn Bowen
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 days ago
the blazing sun as the roof remained open on Rod Laver Arena. Dr Kathryn Bowen, a senior research fellow at the Australian National University (ANU) specialising in climate and health, was watching the match and said common sense should have... Read more
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News.com.au
Aus Open’s ‘perverse’ debaclethe blazing sun as the roof remained open on Rod Laver Arena. Dr Kathryn Bowen
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
the blazing sun as the roof remained open on Rod Laver Arena. Dr Kathryn Bowen, a senior research fellow at the Australian National University (ANU) specialising in climate and health, was watching the match and said common sense should have... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
PNG health official calls for public autopsies to stamp out sorcery attackseach year, according to a study by the Divine Word University, PNG's National R
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
each year, according to a study by the Divine Word University, PNG's National Research Institute, and the Australian National University. Lutheran missionary Anton Lutz, who grew up and still works in Enga Province, said the violence has... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Three day heatwave hits Australiatemperatures of 40C in the shade on Thursday and Friday. Dr Liz Hanna, of the
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
temperatures of 40C in the shade on Thursday and Friday. Dr Liz Hanna, of the Climate Change Institute at the Australian National University and the Climate and Health Alliance, told news.com.au “someone could die” if players pushed their bodies... Read more
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The Manila Times
The role of business in higher educationhas donated a new campus, reportedly costing P400 million to the University of
The Manila Times / Posted 3 days ago
has donated a new campus, reportedly costing P400 million to the University of the Philippines system, and has supported National University, the Asia Pacific College, and Far Eastern University. JG Summit Holdings founder John Gokongwei Jr. has... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Economists keep eye on slowing Chinese economymanufacturing and government revenues all down. Economists are attending the C
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
manufacturing and government revenues all down. Economists are attending the China Update conference at the Australian National University this week. Conference convener Professor Ross Garnaut says Chinese policy has recently changed and... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
‘Someone could die’: Dire warning for Opensoar towards 40C in the shade on Thursday and Friday. Dr Liz Hanna of the Clim
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 3 days ago
soar towards 40C in the shade on Thursday and Friday. Dr Liz Hanna of the Climate Change Institute at the Australian National University and the Climate and Health Alliance told news.com.au it ”someone could die” if players pushed their... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Someone could die’: Dire warning for Opensoar towards 40C in the shade on Thursday and Friday. Dr Liz Hanna of the Clim
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
soar towards 40C in the shade on Thursday and Friday. Dr Liz Hanna of the Climate Change Institute at the Australian National University and the Climate and Health Alliance told news.com.au it ”someone could die” if players pushed their... Read more
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Canberra Times
Meet 'the next Pauline Hanson': One Nation fights to reclaim a fourth Senate seatit could also spell trouble for Andrew Bartlett, the Greens senator who replace
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
it could also spell trouble for Andrew Bartlett, the Greens senator who replaced Larissa Waters. He had a job with the Australian National University at the time of his nomination, which could also be considered an "office of profit under the cro... Read more
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B&T
Australian Marketing Institute Welcomes Three New Board Membersand market research. Since 2001, Bell has lectured in marketing subjects at Sw
B&T / Posted 4 days ago
and market research. Since 2001, Bell has lectured in marketing subjects at Swinburne University and the Australian National University. He has also written extensively on marketing over the last 17 years, and has spoken at numerous academic... Read more
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Mumbrella
Three new directors join Australian Marketing Institute boardand market research. Since 2001 George has lectured in marketing subjects at Sw
Mumbrella / Posted 4 days ago
and market research. Since 2001 George has lectured in marketing subjects at Swinburne University and Australian National University and has seen students dispersed into the business and government community with a strong belief in... Read more
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Newswise
A detailed study of blue salt crystals found in two meteorites that crashed to Earth - which included X-ray experiments at Berkeley Lab - found that they contain both liquid water and a mix of complex organic compounds including hydrocarbons and amino acids.components of these tiny salt crystals,” Chan said. Yoko Kebukawa, an associat
Newswise / Posted 4 days ago
components of these tiny salt crystals,” Chan said. Yoko Kebukawa, an associate professor of engineering at Yokohama National University in Japan, carried out experiments for the study at Berkeley Lab’s ALS in May 2016 with Aiko Nakato, a... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
Rock into the exciting study world of tectonicsthis work to the South Pacific, Vanuatu and New Zealand,” Professor Aitchison s
Asian Correspondent / Posted 4 days ago
this work to the South Pacific, Vanuatu and New Zealand,” Professor Aitchison says. “Dr Annie Lau, formerly of the National University of Singapore, is studying tsunamis and coastal surges, important because of rising sea levels and... Read more
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Daily Liberal
One Nation fights for seat for 'the next Pauline Hanson'it could also spell trouble for Andrew Bartlett, the Greens senator who replace
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
it could also spell trouble for Andrew Bartlett, the Greens senator who replaced Larissa Waters. He had a job with the Australian National University at the time of his nomination, which could also be considered an "office of profit under the cro... Read more
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The Border Mail
One Nation fights for seat for 'the next Pauline Hanson'it could also spell trouble for Andrew Bartlett, the Greens senator who replace
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
it could also spell trouble for Andrew Bartlett, the Greens senator who replaced Larissa Waters. He had a job with the Australian National University at the time of his nomination, which could also be considered an "office of profit under the cro... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
One Nation fights for seat for 'the next Pauline Hanson'it could also spell trouble for Andrew Bartlett, the Greens senator who replace
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
it could also spell trouble for Andrew Bartlett, the Greens senator who replaced Larissa Waters. He had a job with the Australian National University at the time of his nomination, which could also be considered an "office of profit under the cro... Read more
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The Courier
One Nation fights for seat for 'the next Pauline Hanson'it could also spell trouble for Andrew Bartlett, the Greens senator who replace
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
it could also spell trouble for Andrew Bartlett, the Greens senator who replaced Larissa Waters. He had a job with the Australian National University at the time of his nomination, which could also be considered an "office of profit under the cro... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
One Nation fights for seat for 'the next Pauline Hanson'it could also spell trouble for Andrew Bartlett, the Greens senator who replace
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
it could also spell trouble for Andrew Bartlett, the Greens senator who replaced Larissa Waters. He had a job with the Australian National University at the time of his nomination, which could also be considered an "office of profit under the cro... Read more
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Western Advocate
One Nation fights for seat for 'the next Pauline Hanson'it could also spell trouble for Andrew Bartlett, the Greens senator who replace
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
it could also spell trouble for Andrew Bartlett, the Greens senator who replaced Larissa Waters. He had a job with the Australian National University at the time of his nomination, which could also be considered an "office of profit under the cro... Read more
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Manning River Times
One Nation fights for seat for 'the next Pauline Hanson'it could also spell trouble for Andrew Bartlett, the Greens senator who replace
Manning River Times / Posted 4 days ago
it could also spell trouble for Andrew Bartlett, the Greens senator who replaced Larissa Waters. He had a job with the Australian National University at the time of his nomination, which could also be considered an "office of profit under the cro... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
South Korea's president appears to be threading the needle between Kim Jong Un and Trumpweapons, according to Gallup Korea. Another poll, conducted by the Institute f
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
weapons, according to Gallup Korea. Another poll, conducted by the Institute for Peace and Unification Studies at Seoul National University in 2016, indicated that a slim majority of the South Korean respondents believed that unification was... Read more
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Manning River Times
Company behind ANU College has VET registration cancelledits website, ANU College describes itself as "the English language and academic
Manning River Times / Posted 4 days ago
its website, ANU College describes itself as "the English language and academic pathway provider for The Australian National University". International students are asked to pay up to almost $40,000 for courses it says will help them gain... Read more
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The North West Star
Company behind ANU College has VET registration cancelledits website, ANU College describes itself as "the English language and academic
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
its website, ANU College describes itself as "the English language and academic pathway provider for The Australian National University". International students are asked to pay up to almost $40,000 for courses it says will help them gain... Read more
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Canberra Times
ANU College company Study Group Australia's registration cancelled by Australian Skills Quality Authoritytraining regulator for failing to comply with a suite of requirements linked to
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
training regulator for failing to comply with a suite of requirements linked to the VET Quality Framework. An Australian National University spokesman has confirmed that the Australian Skills Quality Authority's decision to cancel Study Group... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Sracic earns international recognitionMaynooth University and Trinity College in Dublin, the Institute of Internation
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 4 days ago
Maynooth University and Trinity College in Dublin, the Institute of International and European Affairs in Dublin and at the National University of Ireland in Galway. His travels are paid for mostly by the U.S. government, which sends him sometimes... Read more
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