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  1. DNA illustration

    Gene editing: Placing citizens of the world at the centre of the discussion

    Researchers from the University of Canberra, along with their industry partner Genepool Productions, have won more than $430,000 in Australian Research Council (ARC) funding to enact and film the world’s first ‘global citizens’ deliberation’ on genome editing.

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  2. Making rehabilitation all about the patient

    Driven by her own recovery experience, a University of Canberra researcher wants to make the rehabilitative process for hip fractures, more patient-centric.

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  3. Man looking at news on phone

    News in a pandemic: Australian trends in trust and consumption

    Researchers from the News and Media Research Centre at the University of Canberra reveal how Australians have consumed news about the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  4. soccer ball and laptop

    UC leading the charge in teaching Physical Education online

    A series of videos produced by Health and Physical Education students at the University of Canberra has attracted worldwide interest, as learning shifts online due to COVID-19.

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