City building for health
UC researcher contributes to The Lancet article linking urban design, physical activity, obesity and diabetesRead more about this slide
ARC funding grants for UC research
Projects to study rock wallaby evolution, Australia's creative labour force and utilitarian film receive $1.04m fundingRead more about this slide
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Upcoming Research Events
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