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Sydney Quantum Academy funded

The University of Sydney yesterday welcomed support from the NSW government for its proposal to create a Sydney Quantum Academy. University of Sydney vice-chancellor Dr Michael Spence said the initiative would be in partnership with Macquarie University, the University of NSW and ...

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University researchers make award finals

Several university researchers have received national recognition for directly improving the health of Australians. The Bupa Health Foundation has this week listed six up-and-coming researchers as finalists for the Emerging Health Researcher Award, with winners to be announced in Sydney ...

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NSW Universities chosen to tackle cyber challenges

Seven Australian universities have been selected to lead a cyber security network announced by the NSW Government on Friday. The $2 million project will see the University of Newcastle, UNSW Sydney, Macquarie University, the University of Wollongong, the University of Technology ...

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Full-fee medical degree slammed by industry insiders

Although many argue there are already too many medical graduates in Australia, today another medical faculty was launched. Macquarie University unveiled its four-year, full-fee postgraduate Doctor of Medicine program, set to commence next year. “Building on the success and great reputation ...

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Three for the world

Macquarie offers new business degrees designed for the evolving global marketplace. By Antonia Maiolo From next year, Macquarie University will offer three new degree options designed to equip students to become leading professionals in international business. The degrees are the ...

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La Trobe books talent

Jennifer Peasley is La Trobe University’s new librarian. Currently deputy librarian at Macquarie University, her impressive achievements there include the delivery of a new state-of-the-art library building using automated storage and retrieval systems, as well as the development of the ...

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