Deakin announces Doctoral scholarships

31 May 2018

India-based postgraduate students planning to study in Australia will have more reason to choose Deakin for their Higher Degree by Research, with the announcement of eight new fully-funded PhD scholarships for 2018-19.

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Revealing the other side of cute

5 June 2018

What happens to animal TV stars when they're no longer cute enough to amuse us? A new documentary by filmmakers Donna McRae and Michael Vale explores the consequences of using chimpanzees for our own entertainment.

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Audio watermark to stop data pirates

5 June 2018

A collaborative research project between Deakin and industry aims to provide a new weapon in the fight against the illegal use of copyrighted data.

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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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Seeds of repair

28 May 2018

Australia's exhibition at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale features the work of a Deakin artist.

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Encouraging social entrepreneurship

11 April 2018

Social enterprises in India have a new resource with the commissioning of the Deakin Centurion Centre for Social Entrepreneurs.

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Adolescents' struggle: is a generation at risk?

26 March 2018

World-leading experts on child development are calling for global action to address risk factors and improve support for adolescents.

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Cobby the chimp: discovering the dark side of cute

12 May 2015

Filmmaker Donna McRae is seeking crowdfunding to complete her documentary on chimpanzees.

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App helps users see UV

20 November 2017

As research from Cancer Council Victoria warns that 1 in 3 adults don't understand the cause of sunburn, SunSmart has launched a Deakin-developed app to encourage users to protect their skin.

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Meeting 'Little L'

29 March 2018

Victoria's very own dinosaur is coming to life in a unique exhibition at the National Wool Museum.

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Papua New Guineans to hear their own stories of WW2

26 April 2018

Historians are using the latest technology to share with the people of Papua New Guinea their own stories of World War Two.

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Deakin academic joins Genomics Health Futures Mission

21 May 2018

Deakin University medical and cultural anthropologist Professor Emma Kowal has been appointed to an expert advisory committee for the landmark Genomics Health Futures Mission.

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Visualising the future

30 April 2018

A collaborative project between Deakin Motion.Lab and the City of Melbourne opens up new avenues for the use of virtual reality in future planning.

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Sports participation reduces fracture risk in older men: study

23 April 2018

Playing sport may help protect men over 60 from broken bones, according to new research.

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Bystander research guides Victoria's family violence strategy

9 April 2018

Deakin research on the effectiveness of bystander intervention is underpinning a new campaign to reduce Victoria's incidence of family violence.

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New Institute unites health transformers

16 May 2018

A consummate networker, Professor Anna Peeters, inaugural Director of the Institute for Healthcare Transformation, will work to unite stakeholders to achieve ambitious goals for Deakin's sixth Institute.

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Virtual technology: a game-changer in dementia care

16 May 2018

A partnership with Dementia Australia has led to the use of virtual reality and game engine technology to transform dementia care.

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New Beats: research reveals digital impact on journalists

16 May 2018

Over 3000 Australian print and broadcast journalists have been made redundant in the past six years. A team of academics is investigating their fates and recording the effects of digital media on the profession.

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Virus discovery in Australian wild birds

17 April 2018

A GCEID team has discovered coronaviruses in Australia's wild birds, showing the nation is not as isolated from potentially serious host-jumping virus outbreaks as previously thought.

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When policy meets history

16 April 2018

If understanding history is necessary to avoid repeating past mistakes, what role do historians have to play in policymaking in a time of increasing international tension?

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