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21 June 2017
Deakin University has paved the way to dramatically cut the cost of carbon fibre manufacturing, joining forces with LeMond Composites in a $US44 million deal to revolutionise its use across the world.
21 June 2017
Public debate that paints a negative picture of Muslims and Islamic religiosity is at odds with the peace-driven lens through which much of the Muslim communities view their faith, Deakin University research has found.
9 June 2017
After many months of preparations, a community garden for Deakin's Burwood campus was officially opened in March.
12 June 2017
A new Deakin University study has found that climate change is causing some long-distance migratory birds to change their centuries-old ways as they fly between Australia and their breeding grounds in the Arctic.
15 June 2017
Deakin University recognises and congratulates its staff, alumni and friends awarded Queen’s Birthday honours in 2017.
8 December 2016
Deakin University's School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences has been ranked the world's best in the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) ratings of Sport Science Schools and Departments.
24 March 2017
Three of Geelong's leading organisations have partnered to create a plan for four major projects worth about $2 billion in new investment to the region.
21 April 2017
The inclusion of 'technologies of remembrance' in public war memorials places visitors as witnesses of conflict, allowing them to create their own perceptions of war and peace-time, according to a Deakin University cultural heritage and museum studies researcher.
20 June 2017
Ex-prisoners can play a major role in improving reintegration opportunities and the penal system as a whole in Australia, according to Deakin Psychology expert Professor Joe Graffam.
15 May 2017
While Australia may have avoided much of the effects of this week’s global ransomware attack that crippled vital operations around the world, including Britain’s public health system and Germany’s federal railway system, a Deakin University cyber security expert has warned it could still happen here.
3 April 2017
A new Deakin University program is helping children of all abilities be part of AFL Auskick in 2017, with researchers to monitor their progress as part of an investigation into the benefits of physical activity for young Australians with a disability.
22 May 2017
Deakin University and the Ear Science Institute of Australia (ESIA) are a step closer to repairing the painful effects of perforated human eardrums via a silk membrane implant, thanks to a major funding boost that will allow the research partners to take the project to human clinical trials.
31 May 2017
A world-first study from Deakin University's Centre for Sport Research has ranked positions in elite netball according to required playing intensity, with some surprising results.
5 June 2017
The leader behind Deakin's PRaDA, the haute couture of intelligent systems, has been awarded an Australian Laureate Fellowship.
5 June 2017
The Deakin University Art Gallery has partnered with community arts organisation The Torch to showcase artworks by Indigenous artists in its latest pop-up exhibition at Deakin's Downtown site.
7 June 2017
Melbourne-based artist Richard Stringer has taken out the Deakin University Contemporary Small Sculpture Award for 2017 with a striking work titled House on Fire.
7 June 2017
University students submitting assignments bought over the internet be warned, with Deakin University research showing that markers may well be on to you.
8 June 2017
Deakin has climbed 62 places to enter the world’s top 300 universities, according to the latest prestigious QS World University Rankings, released today.
8 June 2017
Australia would be better placed to strengthen existing laws rather than follow the UK by establishing a Modern Slavery Act, according to a Deakin University criminal law expert.
19 May 2017
When the world discovered new French President Emmanuel Macron was married to a woman 24 years his senior, the age gap set global tongues wagging because it bucked a trend that Deakin relationship expert Associate Professor Gery Karantzas says can be explained by science.
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