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Sleep no obstacle for maths: study

It's possible to chat to someone and even do maths while you’re asleep, scientists say. A new study of 36 people experiencing rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, which produces vivid dreams, has shown they can still respond to questions and ...

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La Trobe University reveals 2021 financial forecast

La Trobe University came out of 2020 with better than expected finances but it now anticipates a revenue downturn of about $170 million compared with pre-COVID forecasts. In an update on the university’s finances sent to staff this week, vice-chancellor ...

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International students ‘jumping the queue’

More than 1000 international students have quietly been allowed to “jump the queue” and enter Australia during COVID-19, while 40,000 Aussies remain stranded overseas. Figures obtained by NCA NewsWire reveal the Australian Border Force Commissioner has granted 1050 foreign nationals ...

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Who Aussies trust after pandemic: ANU survey

COVID-19 has been a “shot in the arm” for confidence in the federal government, but Australians retain more trust in its state and territory equivalents, new analysis shows. Confidence in the federal government has almost doubled to 54.3 per cent ...

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