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  1. The University of Canberra is in the top 300 universities in the world for key subjects like Law, Education, Sociology, and Agriculture and Forestry. Photo: Adobe Stock

    University of Canberra in top 300 universities worldwide for key subjects

    According to the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings by Subject 2019, UC ranks in the upper 300 for Law, Education, Sociology, and Agriculture and Forestry.

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  2. UC's 2019 placing on the Times Higher Education (THE) Asia-Pacific University Rankings reflect a strong growth in the areas of teaching, research, citations, international outlook and industry income. Photo: Stock image

    UC climbs to No 41 on top Asia-Pacific universities list

    The University of Canberra has climbed to no 41 in the Times Higher Education (THE) Asia-Pacific University Rankings.

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  3. David Hinwood and Hayley Teasdale have invented the Equilibri Balance Ball to help reduce the likelihood of falls in the elderly and those whose balance is impaired, such as Parkinson's sufferers. Photo: John Masiello

    Achieving Equilibri-um for the balance impaired

    A simple sphere created by two University of Canberra students is set to make a huge difference to the balance-impaired.

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  4. Emeritus Professor Dudley Creagh received the inaugural Australian Synchrotron Lifetime Contribution Award for his pioneering contributions to synchrotron science in Australia.

    UC researcher’s contribution to synchrotron science in Australia receives recognition

    Emeritus Professor Dudley Creagh received the inaugural Australian Synchrotron Lifetime Contribution Award, in recognition of his contributions to synchrotron science nationally.

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  5. Contextualising nurse-patient care

    A simulation of a typical nurse-patient interaction to demonstrate the process of patient care for an elderly or chronically ill patient has resulted in the development of a multifaceted videographic that may have far reaching benefits for the nursing profession.

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