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Tuesday 17 May 2022

Groundbreaking podcast wins gold at New York Radio Festival

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Monday 16 May 2022

IDAHOBIT event to launch report on services for multicultural gender, sex and sexuality diverse communities

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Stories

Masters of mimicry, male lyrebirds use their skill to deceive potential mates

Imitation of “mobbing flock” alarm calls may deliver reproductive advantage

Sutherland Shire-based UOW student passionate about saving local environment

Holt Estate Environmental Science Scholarship to help Charlie Gluskie achieve his dreams

Australia’s gold industry stamped out mercury pollution — now it's coal's turn

Coal-fired power plants are now Australia’s largest controllable source of mercury emissions, releasing between two and four tonnes of mercury every year

CABAH Research Fellow wins prestigious international prize

UOW archaeobotanist Dr Anna Florin received the 23rd Tübingen Early Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology prize

Burnt ancient nutshells reveal the story of climate change at Kakadu — now drier than ever before

The Kakadu region likely functioned as a place of refuge for early Australians as they struggled through harsh and arid conditions


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