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Protests over UQ coal seam gas research links

Funding links between the burgeoning coal seam gas (CSG) industry and the University of Queensland have sparked protests and demands on campus that the university guard its research independence. University staff, the National Union of Students, and a coalition of UQ environmental groups say they are worried millions of dollars from energy companies for a new Centre for Coal Seam Gas will influence the centre’s agenda.

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