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Deakin researcher named as one of US' real monument men and women
12 March 2014
It might be the stuff of Hollywood movies but for Deakin University's own Monument Men and Women Dr Ben Isakhan and Di Siebrandt, working to protect the country's cultural heritage in the thick of a war zone and post war Iraq is very real.
New Analytics Collaboratory makes business decision-making game-play
10 March 2014
Tomorrow's business leaders and decision makers will no longer be confronted by graphs and spreadsheets of figures thanks to a Deakin University and SAS research collaboration which will harness the power of big data and visualisation technology.
Deakin University welcomes public transport discount for overseas students
6 March 2014
Deakin University today welcomed Victoria's new public transport ticket scheme for international students.
Red meat and exercise could be the key to keeping body and mind in peak condition as we age
5 March 2014
Protein loading to improve muscle performance isn’t just for athletes and bodybuilders, with Deakin University researchers finding that a protein rich diet incorporating lean red meat combined with strength training improved the size and strength of muscles in elderly women.
Brain stimulation shows promise in treating debilitating balance disorder
3 March 2014
Deakin neuroscientist, Dr Alan Pearce, is trialling a potential treatment for the debilitating balance disorder Mal de Debarquement Syndrome.
Women missionaries the untold story of Australia's engagement with China
3 March 2014
When great tales are told of Australian explorers encountering China, most thoughts spring to George Morrison's trek from Shanghai to Rangoon in 1894, rarely is the journey of Mary Gaunt, or the exploits of Ellen Reid and 150 other women mentioned.
Bollywood 101 Film Festival celebrates the other Australian Indian relationship
19 February 2014
Bollywood enthusiasts and those who are new to the genre should book their passage to Newcastle for a special Bollywood film festival and conference celebrating 101 years of Indian cinema tomorrow, Thursday 20 and Friday 21 February.
Statement from Deakin University Vice-Chancellor Professor Jane den Hollander on Alcoa
18 February 2014
This is another very difficult day in what has been an extremely difficult year for Geelong.
New app challenges Australians to live with racism every day for seven days
22 January 2014
A new app which encourages people to live for a week in the life of an Aboriginal man, a Muslim woman, an Indian student as they experience various scenarios of racial prejudice and which was jointly sponsored by Deakin University, was launched today.