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The latest research news from the University of Canberra.

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  1. Image of an algorithm in the making

    Algorithm to shape the world we live in

    University of Canberra Assistant Professor of Engineering Dr Shahid Hussain ihas invented a new method for Multi Objective Optimisation called the Equitable Fuzzy Sorting Genetic Algorithm (EFSGA), which contested well-established algorithms NSGA-II and III.

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  2. Image of Dr Sajeda Tuli Fulbright Scholar UC 2019

    University of Canberra urban planning scholar awarded Fulbright Scholarship to US

    University of Canberra postdoctoral scholar Dr Sajeda Tuli has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship. Dr Tuli is one of four academics affiliated with UC to receive the opportunity to study, teach, or conduct research in partnership as part of the flagship foreign exchange scholarship program.

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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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