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    Intermittent streams send global CO2 levels running high

    A University of Canberra researcher participated in a global research project that analysed plant litter in seasonal streams and found the world’s river systems could be releasing much higher levels of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than previously thought

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  2. UC study finds that pregnancy is not a trigger for long-term weight gain

    Having babies doesn’t make you fat: UC research

    Pregnancy is not a trigger for significant weight gain in Australian women, a new study by University of Canberra researchers has found.

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  3. Image of Honours student Danica Auld working in UC's conservation lab

    Unpicking history from asylum embroidery

    A University of Canberra Honours student has followed the delicate threads of century old embroidery to uncover new stories about life in a Tasmanian psychiatric institution

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  4. Photo of Dr Lakmal Seneviratne from Khalifa University Robotics Institute, Scott Russell from Tactical Research, and Dr Damith Herath and Dr Roland Goecke from the University of Canberra.

    Project tests robots’ readiness for regional Australia

    A new partnership between Tactical Research and the University of Canberra will explore how robotic technology can be used in the Snowy Mountains

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