Conserve heat to reduce energy bills in winteron 23 May, 2013
It is possible to save hundreds of dollars on energy bills during winter by making simple lifestyle changes, according to a University of Adelaide architecture researcher.
Last chance to nominate for this year’s science excellence awardson 23 May, 2013
This week is the last chance for high achievers in scientific research, education, and industry development to be nominated for a 2013 Science Excellence Award with nominations closing.
Study focuses on new mums' sleepiness and injury risk on the roadon 22 May, 2013
New mothers throughout Australia are needed to help QUT sleep researchers investigate whether the disrupted sleep experienced by mothers when caring for their new baby raises the risk of injury while driving.
Protecting the Kimberley with scienceon 22 May, 2013
Marine science research has taken a major step forward in Western Australia with the launch of two major research programs involving more than 180 scientists.
Men more at risk of skin-canceron 22 May, 2013
QUT health researchers are on a mission to help Queenslanders prevent skin cancers - and they're focused particularly on men.
Securing the future of biosecurity researchon 21 May, 2013
Biosecurity research will be a major focus over the next four years with the University of Melbourne being awarded a $7.8 million grant to establish the Centre of Excellence for Biosecurity Risk Analysis.
Seniors are attractive targets for online fraudon 21 May, 2013
Victims of online fraud need greater support to help them overcome the often serious health effects that follow discovery of the deception, QUT cybersecurity researcher Cassandra Cross says.
Fewer Australians gambling overall but interactive gambling on the riseon 20 May, 2013
While fewer Australians are gambling, those participating in sports betting have doubled according to new data released by Southern Cross University.
Boost to Aboriginal health researchon 20 May, 2013
The Gillard Government is extending for another five years the term of the Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, which will help close the gap further on Indigenous health.
PBS reforms deliver savings but not new medicineson 20 May, 2013
A new report, “The impact of further PBS reforms”, was released today by Victoria University’s Centre for Strategic Economic Studies,