Public Health makes 'World 100' in Shanghai Rankings

19 July 2017

The subject of Public Health at Deakin University has been ranked in the top 100 in one of the world's most prestigious international ranking systems.

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Joint effort on water

20 June 2018

Citizen scientists are tracking the effect of environmental flows from a decommissioned reservoir near Victoria's Great Ocean Road, under the guidance of researchers from Deakin and Barwon Water.

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ADI Director takes tough stance on Australia's aid program

20 June 2018

In a submission to the Parliamentary Inquiry into Australia's aid program, Professor Fethi Mansouri, Director of the Alfred Deakin Institute, has argued Australia is not pulling its weight in the global community.

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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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Deakin : Nordic relations soar to new heights

25 June 2018

A Deakin delegation to the University of Copenhagen and other European institutions has seen relationships strengthened and initiatives established.

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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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Antarctic program builds women science leaders

1 February 2018

Deakin geochemist Dr Ellen Moon has been selected to visit the Antarctic for a Homeward Bound leadership program for women scientists.

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Harold Rifkin Award to Viswanathan Mohan

5 July 2018

An eminent collaborator has been recognised for his international service to diabetes.

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'Critical Animal Studies' Research Network launched at Deakin

11 July 2018

Renowned Australian moral philosopher Peter Singer has presented the opening lecture for Deakin’s new research network.

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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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How are rising sea temperatures stunting fish growth?

24 August 2018

Dr Timothy Clark is set to investigate one of the most profound issues facing global fish populations.

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'Moments of wonder': education research makes an impact

19 March 2018

A passion for the environment and education led a Deakin PhD alumnus from a career in marine biology in Mexico to developing innovative educational experiences in Melbourne.

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ARC green light for pioneering, sustainable projects

20 June 2018

Four Deakin initiatives have been funded in the latest round of Australian Research Council Linkage Projects.

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IVF and the Birth of Bioethics in Australia

7 August 2018

It wasn’t just babies being born through the development of IVF; the technology also birthed a new field that became known as ‘bioethics’.

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Turning water from foe to friend

28 June 2018

As one in 100 year floods become more like one in ten, or one in five year events, blue-green infrastructure could help reduce the impact of flooding on our environment and economy.

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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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Printed parts pass the test

3 July 2018

Wild weather in the Solomon Islands turned 3D 'eco-printing' into 'extreme printing' for a team of researchers from Deakin's School of Engineering.

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Digital games can educate, claims 3MT winner

28 August 2018

A presentation on the educational value of digital games has seen PhD student Jarrod Hogan win this year’s Deakin 3MT crown.

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Anniversary of conflict reveals more work to be done

28 August 2018

One year on, a new book sheds light on the ongoing Myanmar Rohingya conflict.

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