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Culture and Creativity seminar – Hong Kong Gastronomic Interiors
Speaker: Dr.ir. Gerhard Bruyns
Date\Time: Friday 13 October2023, 12:30-14:00
Location: Building 2 Level A Room 2A12, University of Canberra (https://www.canberra.edu.au/maps/buildings-directory/building-2);... Event details Culture and Creativity seminar – Hong Kong Gastronomic Interiors
5 December 2018: Bearded dragons (Pogona vitticeps) are battling the impacts of climate change, habitat destruction, native predators, and now we can add ...
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Koalas could be less at risk of extinction after a team of scientists, including two from the University of Canberra, successfully completed the full sequencing of the animal’s genome
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