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Opening the indigenous learning track

The “fragile” success story of one Aboriginal woman has inspired new research at Flinders University. Until recently, the story of Rachael Willika’s life was unremarkable. A Jawoyn Aboriginal woman from the remote township of Manyallaluk in the Northern Territory, Willika ...

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Planning for the next natural disaster

A number of universities spread around the nation are collaborating to assist in the response to fires, floods, hurricanes and quakes. The Innovative Research Universities group has been set up because Australia’s sensitivity to climate change is combining with an ...

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