Going for gold
Student Georga Brennan combined her two passions: horses, and agriculture.
Love of science and want a hands-on career? Agriculture could be for you.
This agriculture graduate is living her dream, learning about food security around the globe.
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Is DNA the key to solving the mysteries of cancer and Alzheimer’s disease?
Menzies awarded a $732,607 NHMRC grant to investigate the links between mechanical ventilation with organ failure.
Justin Blomeley studied Paramedic Practice remotely and now he’s on his way to being registered.
Ye He’s research is aiming to help women improve their fertility.
Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre PhD candidate Barbora Fulopova wants to help treat and prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
Dr Lila Landowski is a neuroscientist, science communicator, and PhD graduate from the University of Tasmania.
Studying for a PhD is a significant venture for any student, but for many, it’s the next step to a more-rewarding career.
Studying a Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation helped Chris Burritt develop the idea for a business built on transforming organic waste into biofuel.
The decline of Tasmanian devils is having an unusual knock-on effect: animal carcasses would once have been gobbled up in short order by devils are now taking many days longer to disappear.
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Obesity expert's years of hard work and achievements recognised.