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  1. PhD Student Beaux Guarini wears a pair of paper spectacles which simulate a vision impairment while holding his 3D-printed sugarbowl.

    UC researcher opening up museums for the blind

    PhD student Beaux Guarini is encouraging people to get to grips with 3D-printed museum exhibits on campus helping people with vision impairments step over the velvet rope

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  2. A two person canoe out on the Murrumbidgee River

    UC survey wading into water quality

    A University of Canberra study is investigating the use and abuse of local waterways

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  3. Romlie Mokak delivering UC lecture

    Lowitja Institute CEO delivers UC lecture

    Lowitja Institute chief executive Romlie Mokak discusses Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research leadership in UC CIRI seminar

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  4. Lampshades made of folded white paper, featuring intricately folded shapes.

    3D printers have UC designers making their own way

    Mobile Makers brings 13 researchers to the University of Canberra to design and manufacture objects, blurring the lines between engineering, art, business and education.

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