Research linking two decades of data on Australian women with outcomes for their children will provide an unparalleled insight into child health and development.
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Mary O’Kane, the NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer, has won the inaugural Ada Lovelace Medal for an Outstanding Woman Engineer, a new national award that recognises the contribution Australian women have made to the profession and to wider society.
If the thought of using a public toilet makes you feel a little uneasy, you’re not alone. Researchers from Swinburne University of Technology have developed a scale aimed to assess the anxiety people commonly experience when needing to use a public restroom.
QUT molecular microbiologist Makrina Totsika is at the forefront of research to develop new therapies to beat multi-drug resistant bacteria.
The heart of the north will become a sky observatory when a spectacular towering art installation takes up residence at the Helensvale Library and Cultural Centre for 2016’s Northerly SWELL.
Some of Victoria’s brightest minds are helping the Victorian Government form the state’s first ever Gender Equality Strategy as part of a three-week consultation blitz.