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  1. Dr Ashby and Miss Karouta hold a chick in the lab while examining it with an ophthalmoscope

    UC researchers' rooster study shining bright light into myopia

    Dr Regan Ashby is studying how to protect people from developing myopia or short-sightedness, and it's his baby rooster chicks that are lighting the way.

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  2. A group of women including University of Canberra researchers inspect tomato plants at a small farm plot in a PNG community.

    UC sows the seeds for growth in PNG

    A $3 million funding boost will help expand a UC program in Papua New Guinea improving women and families business and management skills

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  3. University of Canberra researchers holding their prize cheques after winning three prizes at the InnovAGE hackathon

    UC researchers' innovative aged care ideas

    Two University of Canberra teams have won awards at the InnovAGE Aged Care Hackathon with new ideas to make life easier and more enjoyable for our aging population

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  4. University of Canberra researchers Professor Arthur Georges and Dr Clare Holleley holding two bearded dragon lizards.

    Reptile sex goes wild in the outback, UC research finds

    University of Canberra research into sex changing dragons has been published on the cover of prestigious international journal Nature.

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