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Physical education researcher grabs global attention

24 May 2017

A paper drafted in response to a YouTube post has become the

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Dingoes to the rescue?

24 May 2017

Could dingoes be the answer to controlling the havoc red foxes wreak on native and domestic animal populations?

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NHMRC grants support five new projects

5 December 2016

Deakin health research has received another funding boost.

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Bird calls lead to fame

22 May 2017

Reciting Dr Seuss and imitating bird calls has led to national recognition for a Deakin behavioural ecologist.

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Nobel laureate lays out the facts on climate

11 October 2016

Eminent US climate scientist Dr Russell Schnell has shared his climate data at a Deakin lecture.

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Climate change is bad news for birds

12 May 2016

Warming temperatures in the Arctic are compounding problems for migratory birds.

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Exercise good for the spine

24 April 2017

A world-first study has shown that specific physical activity benefits the discs in our spines and may help to prevent and manage spinal pain.

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ADI's Professor Shahram Akbarzadeh to chair the 2016 Future of Middle East conference

21 October 2016

ADI's Professor Shahram Akbarzadeh says it's time for Australia to step up and play role of honest broker in the future of the Middle East.

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Tidal marshes exposed as massive carbon sinks

14 March 2017

Australian tidal marshes have been found to contribute $37M annually in organic carbon storage.

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Deakin sports science world number one

8 December 2016

Deakin's School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences is the best in the world, according to new rankings.

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How far can your shoes run?

23 May 2017

Research data on the durability of running shoes challenges a common assumption.

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The evidence for influence

23 May 2017

Deakin researchers have confirmed that the role vested interests play in the development of alcohol policy is large and influential.

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Filling the gaps in fisher health

11 May 2017

An Australian-first survey hopes to provide the clearest picture yet of the health of workers in our commercial fishing industry.

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Exhibition breaks new ground

10 May 2017

Australian museums are using empathy to challenge assumptions about ethnic identities

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Nuances of racism in South Korean schools revealed

10 May 2017

An ADI researcher is calling for a rethink of multicultural education policies and nationalism in South Korea

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Positive spin on power of persuasion

15 May 2017

A new study is seeking evidence that the power of supermarkets to influence our food choices can be used for good.

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News in the place where you belong

16 May 2017

Local news is still important in an evolving media environment, according to research from Deakin communication specialists.

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Tools for research

18 May 2017

A group of Deakin alumni have teamed up in the US to advance the technology behind DNA analysis.

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Printed books still draw youth in the digital era

17 May 2017

A school-based research project is exploring how generosity improves personal wellbeing.

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Poet comes full circle

4 May 2017

An invitation to an international poetry festival will see a Deakin writer travel to the land of magical realism.

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