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Foreign interference guidelines: What do they cover?

Universities have agreed to take on greater responsibilities to safeguard against foreign interference through new guidelines developed with government. Among the prompts laid out in the guidelines were that universities support staff to be mindful of foreign interference risks when collaborating ...

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Australian professor in Taliban prisoner swap

Afghanistan will release two senior Taliban commanders and a leader of the Haqqani militant group in exchange for Australian professor Timothy Weeks and American colleague Kevin King, who were kidnapped in 2016. The government’s decision to free Anas Haqqani and ...

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On the move | October

FRESH FROM RIO Dr Xiaoling Liu has been announced as QUT’s new chancellor. A former president and CEO of Rio Tinto Minerals in the United States, gaining her PhD at Imperial College London and completing her Bachelor of Engineering in ...

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Strictly speaking | Nutraceuticals

A balanced diet has always been the pathway to good health. Yet anxieties about it have fuelled the unstoppable growth of complementary medicines and “functional foods”, called nutraceuticals (the standard spelling) – rather than nutriceuticals, as you might expect, if ...

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