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The latest research news from the University of Canberra.

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  1. Two researchers undertake field studies in a wetland area, both wearing waders they are surrounded by grass and trees.

    World-leading research growing stronger at UC

    The University of Canberra continues to grow in strength with an increasing number of areas rated as world-leading in the Excellence in Research for Australia results

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  2. UC Researchers show the Chief Minister Andrew Barr MLA, Meegan Fitzharris MLA and Vice-Chancellor Professor Stephen Parker some of the sports technology developed at the University

    Funding boost for sport and health research at UC

    Funding to the University of Canberra will establish the CBR SportsTek Lab to develop new technology to aid our sports stars, and a 'big-data' system for health research

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  3. Joseph McHugh, winner of the ITEESPAN 2015 prize in the Network Research Laboratory

    Safety innovation scores UC engineering student top prize

    UC student Joseph McHugh has won the top prize at the 2015 Information, Telecommunications, Electronic and Electrical Student Presentation and Awards Night

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  4. A graph showing savings dips into the red as a pile of bills grows.

    Ground-breaking UC study focuses on bankruptcy

    About 26,000 Australians declare themselves bankrupt annually and University of Canberra PhD candidate Gregory Mowle is conducting the first qualitative study on bankruptcy ever done in Australia

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