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Should students struggle when learning maths?

Australian mathematics teachers are comfortable with the idea that students are struggling in the classroom, with many believing it builds resilience and helps develop problem-solving skills. In fact, almost a third of teachers feel the process of struggling is central ...

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UQ’s vaccine candidate starts human tests

A COVID-19 vaccine developed by the University of Queensland is now ready to be tested on humans. The promising treatment is being developed and manufactured simultaneously, in what is an Australian first. "Whilst these studies are underway, we will still ...

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Asthma inhaler trial as COVID-19 treatment

They are designed to keep asthma attacks in check but a group of Australian researchers believe inhalers could also be used to treat COVID-19. A trial by Queensland University of Technology and University of Oxford researchers is looking at whether ...

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