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UNSW’s weapon against future pandemics

Researchers from the University of NSW have developed a biosecurity program they say could have prevented COVID-19 and believe it will be instrumental in thwarting future pandemics. UNSW’s head of biosecurity research, Raina MacIntyre, has spearheaded an intelligence program called Epiwatch that ...

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Funding for new hydrogen technology clusters

Companies, universities and other organisations are banding together in a bid to accelerate the development of hydrogen energy in Australia. National Energy Resources Australia said $1.85 million is being invested in a network of 13 hydrogen technology clusters across all states and ...

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Jacobs to step down as UNSW vice-chancellor

UNSW will be under new leadership in 2022, after its vice-chancellor announced he will step down from the role. After seven years at the helm, professor Ian Jacobs made the “difficult and emotional” decision to resign so he and partner ...

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Tipsy or tanked? Study shows it’s tough to tell

‘I’m fine.’ It’s the slurred catchcry of many a drunk person and new research has explored the tendency to underestimate levels of intoxication. Researchers interviewed 388 students outside three concerts at the University of Otago during Orientation Week festivities. They ...

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