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Gulf News
Building a better coral reefdecide what interventions are right and when to intervene?” said Madeleine van
Gulf News / Posted 5 hours ago
decide what interventions are right and when to intervene?” said Madeleine van Oppen, a professor of marine biology at the University of Melbourne who is leading the experiments in Australia, aiming at what she calls the “assisted evolution” of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
How to help your child love readingand adult expectations. Studies also show it can have a big impact on improvin
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 hours ago
and adult expectations. Studies also show it can have a big impact on improving their cognitive skills later in life. The University of Melbourne found reading to children three to five times a week had the same effect on their reading kills as... Read more
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The Courier Mail
How to help your child love readingand adult expectations. Studies also show it can have a big impact on improvin
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
and adult expectations. Studies also show it can have a big impact on improving their cognitive skills later in life. The University of Melbourne found reading to children three to five times a week had the same effect on their reading kills as... Read more
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News.com.au
How to help your child love readingand adult expectations. Studies also show it can have a big impact on improvin
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
and adult expectations. Studies also show it can have a big impact on improving their cognitive skills later in life. The University of Melbourne found reading to children three to five times a week had the same effect on their reading kills as... Read more
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Perth Now
How to help your child love readingand adult expectations. Studies also show it can have a big impact on improvin
Perth Now / Posted 10 hours ago
and adult expectations. Studies also show it can have a big impact on improving their cognitive skills later in life. The University of Melbourne found reading to children three to five times a week had the same effect on their reading kills as... Read more
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Daily Mail
Take probiotics after having your flu jab, study suggestsyoghurt drinks can make the flu jab work better: Study reveals consuming probio
Daily Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
yoghurt drinks can make the flu jab work better: Study reveals consuming probiotics after vaccination boosts effectiveness University of Melbourne researchers reviewed 26 trials to make the conclusion It follows warnings of the Aussie flu which is... Read more
21h
Canberra Times
Much-loved matriarch enjoyed many talentsas the ‘family dropout’, as she had never finished her arts degree. They were
Canberra Times / Posted 21 hours ago
as the ‘family dropout’, as she had never finished her arts degree. They were married in the chapel of Newman College, University of Melbourne, in 1946, and soon after that sailed for England, where Jim became a resident surgical officer at St... Read more
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WA Today
How long have you got left? Find out with our life expectancy interactiveis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
WA Today / Posted 21 hours ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Much-loved matriarch enjoyed many talentsas the ‘family dropout’, as she had never finished her arts degree. They were
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 hours ago
as the ‘family dropout’, as she had never finished her arts degree. They were married in the chapel of Newman College, University of Melbourne, in 1946, and soon after that sailed for England, where Jim became a resident surgical officer at St... Read more
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The Age
Much-loved matriarch enjoyed many talentsas the ‘family dropout’, as she had never finished her arts degree. They were
The Age / Posted 22 hours ago
as the ‘family dropout’, as she had never finished her arts degree. They were married in the chapel of Newman College, University of Melbourne, in 1946, and soon after that sailed for England, where Jim became a resident surgical officer at St... Read more
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B&T
MFA Awards 2017 Winners Revealed!Creatures’, StarcomMost Innovative Use of Media (sponsored by Nine) Gold: Qant
B&T / Posted yesterday
Creatures’, StarcomMost Innovative Use of Media (sponsored by Nine) Gold: Qantas, ‘Out of Office’, The Monkeys Silver: University of Melbourne, ‘Made Possible by Melbourne’, McCann Melbourne Bronze: Foxtel, ‘Marketing at the Speed of Sport:... Read more
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Minda News
PANTAW A MAREG: Suggestions for the Rehabilitation of MarawiUniversity Press and Information Office, on study leave to finish her PhD at th
Minda News / Posted yesterday
University Press and Information Office, on study leave to finish her PhD at the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne in Australia. She finished her MA Media Studies at the New School, New York City as a Fulbright... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Xi Jinping's War On Poverty Moves Millions Of Chinese Off The Farmdoing things, and there's just so much more money flowing through the system,"
KPBS San Diego / Posted yesterday
doing things, and there's just so much more money flowing through the system," says Sarah Rogers, a research fellow at the University of Melbourne. Rogers, who made China's poverty alleviation the focus of her thesis, says that under President Xi,... Read more
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Canberra Times
$50,000 science prize for brains behind tiny torch that helps see cells in actionof several low-cost devices Professor Jin hopes to commercialise. Professor An
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
of several low-cost devices Professor Jin hopes to commercialise. Professor Ann Roberts, an expert in microscopy with the University of Melbourne, said observing a living cell's processes in real-time at the molecular level was important in... Read more
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WA Today
Will Sutherland to miss one-day finals to focus on VCE examsthis month, with the son of Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland hopeful of
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
this month, with the son of Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland hopeful of qualifying for a commerce degree at the University of Melbourne. Not that Victoria don't have quality players to fill the void. Internationals Daniel Christian,... Read more
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Weekly Times
Dookie Day heralds new eraTHE first University of Melbourne “Dookie Day” was marked by the official openi
Weekly Times / Posted 2 days ago
THE first University of Melbourne “Dookie Day” was marked by the official opening of a $3 million revamp of learning and teaching facilities at the agricultural campus. Swinburne Hall, long the centre of educational activities during the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
How long have you got left? Find out hereis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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The Courier
How long have you got left? Find out hereis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
How long have you got left? Find out hereis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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Western Advocate
How long have you got left? Find out hereis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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Daily Liberal
How long have you got left? Find out hereis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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The Border Mail
How long have you got left? Find out hereis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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WA Today
$50,000 science prize for prolific creator of tiny torch that helps see cells at workof several low-cost devices Professor Jin hopes to commercialise. Professor An
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
of several low-cost devices Professor Jin hopes to commercialise. Professor Ann Roberts, an expert in microscopy with the University of Melbourne, said observing a living cell's processes in real-time at the molecular level was important in... Read more
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Canberra Times
How long have you got left? Find out with our life expectancy interactiveis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Life expectancy plateaus for Australian boys, ABS data showsis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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Manning River Times
Life expectancy plateaus for Australian boys, ABS data showsis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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The North West Star
Life expectancy plateaus for Australian boys, ABS data showsis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Life expectancy plateaus for Australian boys, ABS data showsis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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The Age
Life expectancy plateaus for Australian boys, ABS data showsis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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EarthSky
Traveling to Mars? Top 6 health challengeswho make the trip cope with the mental and physical rigors of the journey? Marc
EarthSky / Posted 2 days ago
who make the trip cope with the mental and physical rigors of the journey? Marc Jurblum, a training psychiatrist at the University of Melbourne and member of the Australasian Society of Aerospace Medicine’s Space Life Sciences Committee,... Read more
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Manning River Times
How long have you got left? Find out hereis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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The North West Star
How long have you got left? Find out hereis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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The Age
How long have you got left? Find out with our life expectancy interactiveis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
How long have you got left? Find out with our life expectancy interactiveis expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The dire
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
is expected to live to 75.6, while a woman is expected to reach 78.7. The director of the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne, Philip Clarke, said improved life expectancy in the ACT was tied to better education levels and... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science: Sex, toothpaste and genestumour driving the Tasmanian devil to extinction. Prime Minister’s Prize for I
Business Insider Australia / Posted 2 days ago
tumour driving the Tasmanian devil to extinction. Prime Minister’s Prize for Innovation: $250,000 to Eric Reynolds, The University of Melbourne/Oral Health CRC, for his work creating new products to further improve oral health. Thirty years... Read more
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Canberra Times
Will Sutherland to miss one-day finals to focus on VCE examsthis month, with the son of Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland hopeful of
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
this month, with the son of Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland hopeful of qualifying for a commerce degree at the University of Melbourne. Not that Victoria don't have quality players to fill the void. Internationals Daniel Christian,... Read more
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express
Flu jab 2017: Boost effectiveness of vaccine by taking THIS trendy supplementcan have a stimulating effect on the immune system. Dr Ashton Harper, medical
express / Posted 2 days ago
can have a stimulating effect on the immune system. Dr Ashton Harper, medical advisor at Bio-Kult A recent study by the University of Melbourne, published in August, revealed that taking them could encourage a positive response to the flu... Read more
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The Border Mail
Worries reforms to regional universities will hurt studentseducation funding and back Indi MP Cathy McGowan’s idea instead. The Group of
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
education funding and back Indi MP Cathy McGowan’s idea instead. The Group of Eight, made up of institutions such as the University of Melbourne and University of Sydney, wanted to see the government establish a national regional higher education... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Will Sutherland to miss one-day finals to focus on VCE examsthis month, with the son of Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland hopeful of
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
this month, with the son of Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland hopeful of qualifying for a commerce degree at the University of Melbourne. Not that Victoria don't have quality players to fill the void. Internationals Daniel Christian,... Read more
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The Age
Will Sutherland to miss one-day finals to focus on VCE examsthis month, with the son of Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland hopeful of
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
this month, with the son of Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland hopeful of qualifying for a commerce degree at the University of Melbourne. Not that Victoria don't have quality players to fill the void. Internationals Daniel Christian,... Read more
27 related articles
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Sydney Morning Herald
$50,000 science prize for brains behind tiny torch that helps see cells in actionof several low-cost devices Professor Jin hopes to commercialise. Professor An
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
of several low-cost devices Professor Jin hopes to commercialise. Professor Ann Roberts, an expert in microscopy with the University of Melbourne, said observing a living cell's processes in real-time at the molecular level was important in... Read more
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The Age
$50,000 science prize for brains behind tiny torch that helps see cells in actionof several low-cost devices Professor Jin hopes to commercialise. Professor An
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
of several low-cost devices Professor Jin hopes to commercialise. Professor Ann Roberts, an expert in microscopy with the University of Melbourne, said observing a living cell's processes in real-time at the molecular level was important in... Read more
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The Courier
An End To Unspeakable Acts of Violenceoffer a far more humane alternative to unspeakable acts of suicide. Chris Foti
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
offer a far more humane alternative to unspeakable acts of suicide. Chris Fotinopoulos is a philosophy teacher and ethicist who taught medical ethics at Monash University and The University of Melbourne. He now teaches philosophy at Ballarat Gramm... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australians are 'binge-racing' through entire seasons in one day, Netflix saysseason."Does that mean more time spent on the couch? Dr Jared Cooney Horvath,
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
season."Does that mean more time spent on the couch? Dr Jared Cooney Horvath, an expert in educational neuroscience at the University of Melbourne, told the ABC recently that binge-watchers actually remembered less about a particular show than... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'He looks after me': How Melvin the dog is helping one woman with dementiaand re-trains them to assist people living with the condition, as well as their
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
and re-trains them to assist people living with the condition, as well as their carers. It is being undertaken by The University of Melbourne, Vision Australia Seeing Eye Dogs, and Dementia Australia, and the early results are... Read more
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Minda News
PANTAW A MAREG: Inged aken a Pilombayan / My beloved HomelandUniversity Press and Information Office, on study leave to finish her PhD at th
Minda News / Posted 3 days ago
University Press and Information Office, on study leave to finish her PhD at the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne in Australia. She finished her MA Media Studies at the New School, New York City as a Fulbright... Read more
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Minda News
PANTAW A MAREG: Inged aken a Pilombayan / My beloved HomelandUniversity Press and Information Office, on study leave to finish her PhD at th
Minda News / Posted 3 days ago
University Press and Information Office, on study leave to finish her PhD at the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne in Australia. She finished her MA Media Studies at the New School, New York City as a Fulbright... Read more
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The North West Star
Schoolboy thanks bionic ear inventor for giftScience director Professor Gordon Wallace – where Mrs Williams, and many others
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
Science director Professor Gordon Wallace – where Mrs Williams, and many others, conduct their specialised research. ‘’The University of Melbourne has kindly created the Graeme Clark Institute for Biomedical Engineering which is a very nice fit for... Read more
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Manning River Times
Schoolboy thanks bionic ear inventor for giftScience director Professor Gordon Wallace – where Mrs Williams, and many others
Manning River Times / Posted 3 days ago
Science director Professor Gordon Wallace – where Mrs Williams, and many others, conduct their specialised research. ‘’The University of Melbourne has kindly created the Graeme Clark Institute for Biomedical Engineering which is a very nice fit for... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Is 62pc enough to carry SSM vote?with the result could still argue it doesn’t represent all of Australia’s views
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
with the result could still argue it doesn’t represent all of Australia’s views. Political scientist Sarah Maddison of the University of Melbourne said it would require leadership from Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to legitimise the vote. “I... Read more
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