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Hundreds of university students will call on the University of Melbourne to rid itself of any donations provided by the fossil fuel industry. As part of a national day of campus fossil fuel divestment action, more than 200 students will gather around the university’s administration building on Wednesday. Currently only two Australian universities, ANU and ...
Recruitment fraud, undeserved passing grades alleged in Four Corners story. Australian universities have been forced to defend recruitment and academic standards relating to students following fresh allegations of widespread corruption. The allegations, aired last night by on the ABC program Four Corners, included accounts from academics of repeated instances in which they had been pressured ...
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The University of Tasmania today announced a record number of domestic and international students, as the institution paves way for further growth. Acting Vice-Chancellor Professor Mike Calford said the strong growth in student numbers was testament to the institution’s vision, and the hard work and dedication of staff. “The University Council believes that growth will ...
Alzheimer’s disease could be detected in patients up to 20 years before symptoms appear with a simple eye test, researchers say. Trials by US and Australian researchers have found changes in the eye’s retina may mirror changes that occur in the brain with dementia. Retinal specialist at Duke University Medical Centre Eleonora Lad said people ...
Thousands of scientists at the CSIRO are threatening to put down their test tubes and lab coats in an industrial dispute with the federal government. Employment bargaining negotiations are underway and the next meeting is next Wednesday. This comes amidst anger over federal government budget cuts, cancelled research and 1300 redundancies over two years. Staff are not ...
A prominent Queensland scientist has reassured locals he has no plans to move overseas after door-knocking scammers tried to collect money to “keep him in Australia”. Professor Ian Frazer, the creator of the Gardasil cervical cancer vaccine, said it was unfortunate people appeared to be getting ripped off in the name of medical research. “I’m ...
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