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    Children’s Tales for Courageous Conservation

    Children’s Tales for Courageous Conservation

    Bedtime fables often teach young children about morals, hope, or love. But what can The Magic Pudding story ...

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  1. A scene of an Australian desert with a storm rolling in

    Climate change focus for top UC research

    Three projects at the University of Canberra receive Australian Government funding to investigate climate change and deliberative democracy

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  2. Centenary Professor John Dryzek accepts his award from DVC R&I Frances Shannon

    Honouring UC’s enquiring minds

    Leading thinkers have been recognised for their studies and mentoring over the past year at the University of Canberra’s awards for Research and Innovation Excellence

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  3. Grasslands and pockets of trees stretch away to the horizon, with distant hills

    Investing in conservation, does it add up?

    University of Canberra researchers have found a relationship between conservation spending and positive outcomes, but there’s a catch

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  4. Dr Philip Roberts on the P4F stage

    UC researchers win over investors in 90 seconds

    The University of Canberra’s annual Pitch for Funds has challenged 20 researchers and academics to convince investors to commit money to their projects

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  5. 3MT winners Cynthia Mathew and Hayley Teasdale

    Three-minute time limit tests UC’s PhD candidates

    Some of the University of Canberra’s finest PhD candidates have put their research knowledge to the test for the 2017 Three Minute Thesis

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