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  1. Dr Kumudu Munasinghe and research assistants Adrian Garrido Sanchis and Lorenzo Bertolelli inspect the IoT unit which will be used to eavesdrop on local frogs. Photo: Kim Pham

    Eavesdropping on frogs before they croak

    Volunteers monitoring frogs around Canberra will be required to spend less time in the field thanks to University of Canberra technology

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  2. UC midwife rewarded for improvements to child birth

    UC midwife rewarded for improvements to child birth

    University of Canberra Clinical Chair in Midwifery Professor Deborah Davis has been recognised for helping reduce the number of women experiencing physical trauma during childbirth

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  3. An older person using a treadmill at a gym

    UC research: exercise delivers brain boost for over 50s

    Combining aerobic and resistance exercise has been found to boost the brain power of older Australians

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  4. PhD research gains international attention

    PhD research gains international attention

    A University of Canberra PhD candidate will present her work on spinal injuries and how they impact elite athletes’ body temperatures at a prestigious sports medicine and exercise science conference

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