Funding for reptile sex study and spatial research
New funding will aid in the search for a key sex-determining gene and studies into students' spatial learningRead more about this slide
Fewer homes among the gum trees
The iconic Australian eucalypt could be pushed to the edge by climate changeRead more about this slide
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Canberra Urban and Regional Futures has called for social cohesion to be included in future urban planning decisions at its 2016 Annual Forum
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Upcoming Research Events
Interest groups are important intermediaries in western democracies, with the potential to offer political linkage and form a bridge between the concerns of citizens and the agenda of political... Event details Advocacy Groups, Agenda Setting and Public Policy
Australia continues to lose women from the science sector. While women comprise more than half of science PhD graduates and early career researchers, just 17% occupy senior academic roles... Event details Morning tea: achieving gender equity and diversity