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  1. Kids and their parents at a swimming pool

    Physical activity encouraged more for boys than girls: UC research

    University of Canberra researchers studying children in Canberra have found girls are almost 20 per cent less active than boys, with family and school playing a big part

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  2. An older person sits while a younger carer rests a comforting hand on their shoulder

    Forecasting dementia in 2050 and counting the cost

    University of Canberra’s NATSEM economists calculate one million Australians with dementia by the middle of the century and are weighing up the cost on the nation

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  3. A floating bouy carries equipment and a solar panel to monitor water salinity

    Getting specific on salts in salinity standards

    International researchers, including from the University of Canberra, are calling for better salinity standards around the world to protect freshwater biodiversity

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  4. Professor Peter Radoll at the announcement of the UC CIRI research grants

    UC research projects bring in Indigenous voices

    Four Indigenous research projects share in more than $260,000 funding from the University of Canberra's Collaborative Indigenous Research Initiative, examining culture and place, health and education issues

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