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  1. Needle skills are being lost in a modern age where fast fashion is the order of the day.

    Reap what you sew: UC's Repair Cafe is all about textile sustainability

    The Repair Café at the University of Canberra is driven by a researcher’s desire to change people’s relationship with clothing, by imparting fast-disappearing needlework skills.

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  2. Shifting the debate on the politics of road transport reform

    University of Canberra political scientist Dr Michael de Percy's new book argues for road reform.

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  3. Race walking

    Olympic race walker turns focus to managing sports injuries

    A University of Canberra research project aims to help endurance athletes avoid or minimise injuries caused by arduous training

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  4. Leigh

    UC appoints new Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research Innovation

    The University of Canberra has appointed Professor Leigh Sullivan as its new Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research and Innovation

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  5. Dr Tariq Ezaz and Julie Strand are working on a project to develop cell lines for biobanking.

    New UC project could provide major boost for species conservation

    A research project at the University of Canberra’s Institute for Applied Ecology is focusing on the development of cell lines for biobanking.

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