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Canberra Times
How 'mansplaining' shaped Australian cities, and the way forwardthe Brisbane City Hall. With the Queensland-born artist Vida Lahey, she establi
Canberra Times / Posted 4 hours ago
the Brisbane City Hall. With the Queensland-born artist Vida Lahey, she established the Queensland Art Reference Library at the University of Queensland in 1936. The pair set up an art acquisition fund, the Queensland Art Fund, sourcing important... Read more
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WA Today
How 'mansplaining' shaped Australian cities, and the way forwardthe Brisbane City Hall. With the Queensland-born artist Vida Lahey, she establi
WA Today / Posted 6 hours ago
the Brisbane City Hall. With the Queensland-born artist Vida Lahey, she established the Queensland Art Reference Library at the University of Queensland in 1936. The pair set up an art acquisition fund, the Queensland Art Fund, sourcing important... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
How 'mansplaining' shaped Australian cities, and the way forwardthe Brisbane City Hall. With the Queensland-born artist Vida Lahey, she establi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 hours ago
the Brisbane City Hall. With the Queensland-born artist Vida Lahey, she established the Queensland Art Reference Library at the University of Queensland in 1936. The pair set up an art acquisition fund, the Queensland Art Fund, sourcing important... Read more
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The Age
How 'mansplaining' shaped Australian cities, and the way forwardthe Brisbane City Hall. With the Queensland-born artist Vida Lahey, she establi
The Age / Posted 7 hours ago
the Brisbane City Hall. With the Queensland-born artist Vida Lahey, she established the Queensland Art Reference Library at the University of Queensland in 1936. The pair set up an art acquisition fund, the Queensland Art Fund, sourcing important... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
High-rise High: 'vertical' high school set for Fortitude Valleyhad science education links with nearby high schools encouraged her to ask Quee
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 10 hours ago
had science education links with nearby high schools encouraged her to ask Queensland University of Technology and the University of Queensland to partner the new high schools in Fortitude Valley and somewhere between South Brisbane and... Read more
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The North West Star
Antivenoms fail to treat fatal snakebites in Africaproduced to treat these snake bites are ineffective if made using snake venom f
The North West Star / Posted 12 hours ago
produced to treat these snake bites are ineffective if made using snake venom from adifferent region, researchers from the University of Queensland School of Biological Sciences havefound. Associate Professor Dr Bryan Fry said this has led to... Read more
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The Age
Qld researchers close to discovering how human heart can repair itselfJames Hudson and Dr Enzo Porrello spent four years looking into the regenerativ
The Age / Posted 13 hours ago
James Hudson and Dr Enzo Porrello spent four years looking into the regenerative ability together, after meeting at the University of Queensland and discovering they had similar research interests. Dr James Hudson from the University of... Read more
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The Age
Antivenoms fail to treat fatal snakebites in Africaproduced to treat these snake bites are ineffective if made using snake venom f
The Age / Posted 13 hours ago
produced to treat these snake bites are ineffective if made using snake venom from adifferent region, researchers from the University of Queensland School of Biological Sciences havefound. Associate Professor Dr Bryan Fry said this has led to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Antivenoms fail to treat fatal snakebites in Africaproduced to treat these snake bites are ineffective if made using snake venom f
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
produced to treat these snake bites are ineffective if made using snake venom from adifferent region, researchers from the University of Queensland School of Biological Sciences havefound. Associate Professor Dr Bryan Fry said this has led to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Qld researchers close to discovering how human heart can repair itselfJames Hudson and Dr Enzo Porrello spent four years looking into the regenerativ
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
James Hudson and Dr Enzo Porrello spent four years looking into the regenerative ability together, after meeting at the University of Queensland and discovering they had similar research interests. Dr James Hudson from the University of... Read more
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University of Queensland
An early start to UQ’s 2018The University of Queensland is gearing up for an early start to the 2018 acade
University of Queensland / Posted 14 hours ago
The University of Queensland is gearing up for an early start to the 2018 academic year, with a calendar adjustment that makes allowances for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in April. Academic Services Division Director and Academic Registrar Mr... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressbeing underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agr
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 22 hours ago
being underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agreed that their Australian university education supported their skills development and workplace readiness". The University of Queensland did not respond to qu... Read more
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The Young Witness
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressbeing underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agr
The Young Witness / Posted 22 hours ago
being underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agreed that their Australian university education supported their skills development and workplace readiness". The University of Queensland did not respond to qu... Read more
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The Age
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressbeing underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agr
The Age / Posted 22 hours ago
being underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agreed that their Australian university education supported their skills development and workplace readiness”. The University of Queensland did not respond to qu... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressbeing underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agr
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 hours ago
being underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agreed that their Australian university education supported their skills development and workplace readiness”. The University of Queensland did not respond to qu... Read more
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Western Advocate
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressbeing underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agr
Western Advocate / Posted 22 hours ago
being underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agreed that their Australian university education supported their skills development and workplace readiness". The University of Queensland did not respond to qu... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressbeing underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agr
Kiama Independent / Posted 22 hours ago
being underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agreed that their Australian university education supported their skills development and workplace readiness". The University of Queensland did not respond to qu... Read more
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Manning River Times
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressbeing underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agr
Manning River Times / Posted 22 hours ago
being underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agreed that their Australian university education supported their skills development and workplace readiness". The University of Queensland did not respond to qu... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressbeing underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agr
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 22 hours ago
being underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agreed that their Australian university education supported their skills development and workplace readiness". The University of Queensland did not respond to qu... Read more
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The North West Star
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressbeing underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agr
The North West Star / Posted 23 hours ago
being underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agreed that their Australian university education supported their skills development and workplace readiness". The University of Queensland did not respond to qu... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressbeing underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agr
Daily Liberal / Posted 23 hours ago
being underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agreed that their Australian university education supported their skills development and workplace readiness". The University of Queensland did not respond to qu... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressbeing underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agr
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 23 hours ago
being underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agreed that their Australian university education supported their skills development and workplace readiness". The University of Queensland did not respond to qu... Read more
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The Courier
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressbeing underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agr
The Courier / Posted 23 hours ago
being underemployed," Professor Todd said. "Eighty per cent of respondents agreed that their Australian university education supported their skills development and workplace readiness". The University of Queensland did not respond to qu... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Universal basic income may counter automationof introducing a universal basic income to help with an expected surge in unemp
Sky News Australia / Posted yesterday
of introducing a universal basic income to help with an expected surge in unemployment that the rise of robots may bring. The University of Queensland academic and other proponents of the UBI, including Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and Tesla's... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The sweet ride to personal successis home to the largest number in the state. It is ranked third in Australia for
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
is home to the largest number in the state. It is ranked third in Australia for the number of new sign-ups this year. The University of Queensland is ranked seventh with Queensland University of Technology in 10th place. Nursing was the... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
’Babies’ get sweet ride to personal successis home to the largest number in the state. It is ranked third in Australia for
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 days ago
is home to the largest number in the state. It is ranked third in Australia for the number of new sign-ups this year. The University of Queensland is ranked seventh with Queensland University of Technology in 10th place. Nursing was the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
’Babies’ get sweet ride to personal successis home to the largest number in the state. It is ranked third in Australia for
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
is home to the largest number in the state. It is ranked third in Australia for the number of new sign-ups this year. The University of Queensland is ranked seventh with Queensland University of Technology in 10th place. Nursing was the... Read more
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News.com.au
’Babies’ get sweet ride to personal successis home to the largest number in the state. It is ranked third in Australia for
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
is home to the largest number in the state. It is ranked third in Australia for the number of new sign-ups this year. The University of Queensland is ranked seventh with Queensland University of Technology in 10th place. Nursing was the... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Do Sleeping Humans Really Swallow 8 Spiders A Year?this only a few ways, like using its silk to float and land in a sleeping perso
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 2 days ago
this only a few ways, like using its silk to float and land in a sleeping person's mouth. But Maggie Hardy, biochemist at the University of Queensland, said, "You'd have to be unlucky for that to happen." Not everyone sleeps with their mouth open,... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Do Sleeping Humans Really Swallow 8 Spiders A Year?this only a few ways, like using its silk to float and land in a sleeping perso
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 2 days ago
this only a few ways, like using its silk to float and land in a sleeping person's mouth. But Maggie Hardy, biochemist at the University of Queensland, said, "You'd have to be unlucky for that to happen." Not everyone sleeps with their mouth open,... Read more
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KTNV Las Vegas
Do Sleeping Humans Really Swallow 8 Spiders A Year?this only a few ways, like using its silk to float and land in a sleeping perso
KTNV Las Vegas / Posted 2 days ago
this only a few ways, like using its silk to float and land in a sleeping person's mouth. But Maggie Hardy, biochemist at the University of Queensland, said, "You'd have to be unlucky for that to happen." Not everyone sleeps with their mouth open,... Read more
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NBC26 Green Bay
Do Sleeping Humans Really Swallow 8 Spiders A Year?this only a few ways, like using its silk to float and land in a sleeping perso
NBC26 Green Bay / Posted 2 days ago
this only a few ways, like using its silk to float and land in a sleeping person's mouth. But Maggie Hardy, biochemist at the University of Queensland, said, "You'd have to be unlucky for that to happen." Not everyone sleeps with their mouth open,... Read more
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KIVI Boise
Do Sleeping Humans Really Swallow 8 Spiders A Year?this only a few ways, like using its silk to float and land in a sleeping perso
KIVI Boise / Posted 2 days ago
this only a few ways, like using its silk to float and land in a sleeping person's mouth. But Maggie Hardy, biochemist at the University of Queensland, said, "You'd have to be unlucky for that to happen." Not everyone sleeps with their mouth open,... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
Do Sleeping Humans Really Swallow 8 Spiders A Year?this only a few ways, like using its silk to float and land in a sleeping perso
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 2 days ago
this only a few ways, like using its silk to float and land in a sleeping person's mouth. But Maggie Hardy, biochemist at the University of Queensland, said, "You'd have to be unlucky for that to happen." Not everyone sleeps with their mouth open,... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
Do Sleeping Humans Really Swallow 8 Spiders A Year?this only a few ways, like using its silk to float and land in a sleeping perso
KGTV San Diego / Posted 2 days ago
this only a few ways, like using its silk to float and land in a sleeping person's mouth. But Maggie Hardy, biochemist at the University of Queensland, said, "You'd have to be unlucky for that to happen." Not everyone sleeps with their mouth open,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Students plant grassroots rugby seedsclub’s first juniors nursery in direct response to the Australian Rugby Union’s
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
club’s first juniors nursery in direct response to the Australian Rugby Union’s stuttering investment in grassroots rugby. The University of Queensland Rugby Club has merged with leading junior club Taylor Bridge to bring on board 20 junior teams... Read more
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News.com.au
Students plant grassroots rugby seedsclub’s first juniors nursery in direct response to the Australian Rugby Union’s
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
club’s first juniors nursery in direct response to the Australian Rugby Union’s stuttering investment in grassroots rugby. The University of Queensland Rugby Club has merged with leading junior club Taylor Bridge to bring on board 20 junior teams... Read more
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University of Queensland
Can you do the robot?but we know where you can find some. More than 560 students from Australia, Ch
University of Queensland / Posted 3 days ago
but we know where you can find some. More than 560 students from Australia, China, Taiwan and South Korea are coming to The University of Queensland this weekend to take part in the RoboCup Junior Australian Open Championships – the biggest... Read more
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Daily Mail
Gay teen against same-sex marriage heckled at nasty university rallyof 'internalised homophobia' Wilson Gavin, 19, spoke at a 'No' case university
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
of 'internalised homophobia' Wilson Gavin, 19, spoke at a 'No' case university rally against same-sex marriage He told the University of Queensland event gay marriage was bad for families Gay teenager was heckled with 'internalised homophobia'... Read more
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Manning River Times
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimof political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it la
Manning River Times / Posted 4 days ago
of political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Online dementia publication sheds light on latest researchwas published earlier this year.About the Queensland Brain InstituteQBI is a le
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
was published earlier this year.About the Queensland Brain InstituteQBI is a leading neuroscience institute based at The University of Queensland, home to more than 450 scientists and Australia’s first centre devoted solely to dementia:... Read more
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WA Today
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimof political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it la
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
of political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimof political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it la
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
of political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is... Read more
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Canberra Times
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimof political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it la
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
of political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is... Read more
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Western Advocate
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimof political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it la
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
of political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimof political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it la
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
of political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimof political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it la
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
of political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is... Read more
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The Courier
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimof political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it la
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
of political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimof political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it la
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
of political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is... Read more
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The Young Witness
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimof political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it la
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
of political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is... Read more
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