Men and the clean eating movement
UC research finds men post more about clean eating on social media than womenRead more about this slide
Stopping the spread of invasive plants
UC-led, world-first study shows biosecurity could stop the spread of plant pathogensRead more about this slide
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University of Canberra graduate Fred Leftwich is heading to the London School of Economics, after being awarded a prestigious Roberta Sykes Indigenous Education Foundation Scholarship
The University of Canberra’s Institute for Governance Policy and Analysis has partnered with the Museum of Australian Democracy to deliver a new exhibition that looks at the relationship between trust, our political system and democracy in Australia
One in five Australians live with chronic pain – and a researcher from the University of Canberra is investigating the complexity of the issue to determine how it may affect people differently.
University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor Professor Deep Saini is among a group of scientists to hold a favourable view of a problem weed for gardeners, saying white clover may hold the secret to urban evolution