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What really happened in southern Africa 90,000 years ago?

UOW archaeologist identifies a poignant moment in the evolution of early modern humans

The global state of instability: how the sleeping giant awoke

UOW to host online seminar on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, its causes and consequences

$7.4 million funding to expand sustainable community fisheries management in the Pacific

Funding awarded for collaborative research in Kiribati, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu

$2.4 million funding to enable fish-based livelihood innovation in Solomon Islands and Timor-Leste

New ACIAR-funded project to enable sustainable fisheries development, increasing access to safe and nutritious aquatic foods

NSW Government pilot program for the return of international students welcomed

Cooperative sector-wide approach takes all a step closer to welcoming back international students

Climate change threat to ‘tuna dependent’ Pacific Islands economies

High greenhouse gas emissions will drastically alter distribution of key tuna species


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