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  1. Citizen scientists can turn amateur palaentologists, thanks to new project from Australian Museum and UC

    A new project is calling on citizen scientists to help identify microfossils from images collected by the Australian Museum, with help from the University of Canberra’s Dr Michael Frese.

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  2. Early edu

    UC shows commitment to early learning, joins Thrive by Five campaign

    The University of Canberra supports calls for reform of the early education system, partnering with the Minderoo Foundation’s Thrive by Five campaign.

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  3. Genome Editing

    UC collaboration brings citizens’ jury to Canberra

    The University of Canberra and the University of Tasmania will bring 24 ordinary citizens together in Canberra, to debate the social, ethical and legal arguments of genome editing.

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  4. Playground

    UC researcher calling on teenagers to have their say in schoolyard designs

    A University of Canberra researcher is running a competition for adolescents to have their say in what they want, and need, in public outdoor spaces.

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