11 June 2018
Deakin University recognises and congratulates its staff, alumni and friends awarded Queen's Birthday honours in 2018.
28 May 2018
Deakin University Art Gallery is celebrating the work of First Nations artists with a series of events launching this National Reconciliation Week including an exhibition from emerging artist Boneta-Marie Mabo.
20 October 2017
New research by Deakin University and the Murdoch Children's Research Institute (MCRI) has put a spotlight on how adolescent girls' relationships with their parents can later affect their bonding experience with their own children.
7 June 2018
The United States is failing to afford children their most basic rights and is intentionally depriving them as a means of pushing hard-line immigration policy, according to a Deakin children's law and international human rights researcher.
25 May 2018
Banning TV networks from advertising junk food to kids would cut Australia's health care costs and reduce childhood obesity, according to a new economic analysis from researchers at Deakin University.
6 June 2018
A novel study is underway to explore the current infant feeding practices of Chinese mothers in Australia to help them achieve the best health outcome for both themselves and their baby.
6 June 2018
A Deakin waste management expert has praised measures adopted by Australia's major supermarkets to address the country's waste crisis, but said they needed to go further.
6 June 2018
The use of electronic bracelets for young offenders could be a good move if it meant early parole, and as long as funds weren’t diverted from parole officer training, according to a Deakin criminology expert.
28 May 2018
Water should be the default drink for kids' fast food meals, while kilojoules in meal deals should be cut, according to Deakin researchers who have undertaken a first-of-its-kind evaluation of nutrition policies at Australia's biggest takeaway outlets.
19 September 2017
Deakin University's School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences has cemented its position as the world’s best, according to the ARWU Global Ranking of Sport Science Schools and Departments 2017, coming in at number one for the second year running.
21 February 2017
A new study published today in Health and Place has provided novel information on patterns of children's active transport and independent travel that could be used to help children and adolescents be more physically active in the future.
6 March 2018
A one-size-fits-all approach to men's health within the primary health care nursing industry is putting male patients at risk, according to research conducted within Deakin's School of Nursing and Midwifery.
12 May 2018
New research from Deakin University has found young Australian women are significantly more likely to be problem gamblers than their older peers.
26 January 2018
Australian supermarkets need to take more responsibility for obesity prevention, according to a first-of-its-kind study ranking the nutrition policies of Australia's biggest supermarkets, compiled by Deakin University.
7 May 2018
A third of young Australian smartphone users have reported feeling anxious if unable to regularly check their phones, according to a newly published Deakin University study.
5 March 2018
A Deakin University study of more than 3000 children has shown kids in Australia's lowest socioeconomic group are far more likely to consume sugary drinks and savoury junk food than their wealthier peers, leading to much higher rates of obesity.
18 May 2018
Deakin scientists have used cutting-edge nanomaterials to create a
12 December 2016
While Australian children in the First World War read casualty lists in newspapers, their counterparts today can access the latest conflicts online and on TV.
26 March 2018
Cricket Australia’s ball-tampering scandal could provide a huge windfall for television broadcasters at the expense of the governing body, according to Deakin University sport management expert Dr Michael Naraine.
27 March 2018
Deakin Law School researchers are calling for international legal recognition of animal rights or welfare to be based on the concept of dignity in line with the approach taken with international human rights.
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