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  2. Thumbnail for Sowing the seeds for a sustainable dairy industry

    Sowing the seeds for a sustainable dairy industry

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/sowing-the-seeds-for-a-sustainable-dairy-industry
    2 Dec 2022: Seen from above, a 30-hectare section of the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture’s Dairy Research Facility (TDRF) at Elliott is curiously divided into a grid of 32 small equally sized blocks. At ground level, the blocks, marked out into 0. 92-ha
  3. Thumbnail for Up close and personal: Antarctic researchers and citizen scientists join forces on Hurtigruten Expeditions this season

    Up close and personal: Antarctic researchers and citizen scientists…

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/up-close-and-personal-antarctic-researchers-and-citizen-scientists-join-forces-on-hurtigruten-expeditions-this-season
    1 Dec 2022: This season, a University of Tasmania (UTAS) PhD candidate and two researchers have an exciting opportunity to join Hurtigruten Expeditions to the Antarctic Peninsula, for up-close observations of marine mammal behaviour – and to understand if
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    Newest Superstars of STEM revealed

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/newest-superstars-of-stem-revealed
    30 Nov 2022: Three University of Tasmania early career researchers have been named as Superstars of STEM in recognition of their scientific research and science outreach. Dr Samantha Sawyer, who is assisting companies to grow sustainable food, Dr Indrani Mukherjee
  5. Thumbnail for Visually striking science experiments at school can be fun, inspiring and safe – banning is not the answer

    Visually striking science experiments at school can be fun, inspiring …

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/visually-striking-science-experiments-at-school-can-be-fun,-inspiring-and-safe-banning-is-not-the-answer
    29 Nov 2022: To a young mind, science can be magical. Perhaps you remember a visually striking or seemingly inexplicable scientific demonstration from your own youth?A liquid spontaneously and unexpectedly changes colour. A banknote is set alight without being
  6. Thumbnail for Risk environments put to the test in new MND research

    Risk environments put to the test in new MND research

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/risk-environments-put-to-the-test-in-new-mnd-research
    28 Nov 2022: A team of Tasmanian researchers will lead a new study into how interactions between an individual’s genetics and the environment in which they live contribute to motor neurone disease (MND). Associate Professor Tony Cook, from the University of
  7. Thumbnail for New study aims to improve patient care in state's EDs through clinical pathways

    New study aims to improve patient care in state's EDs through…

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/new-study-aims-to-improve-patient-care-in-states-eds-through-clinical-pathways
    25 Nov 2022: New research into how clinical pathways for acute care in Tasmanian emergency departments can help improve patient care is underway. Dr Viet Tran, from the University’s Tasmanian School of Medicine, is leading a multi-disciplinary study that aims
  8. Thumbnail for Research project to deliver world-first data on impacts of chest infections post surgery

    Research project to deliver world-first data on impacts of chest…

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/research-project-to-deliver-world-first-data-on-impacts-of-chest-infections-post-surgery
    25 Nov 2022: New research which will deliver world-first data on the impacts of chest infections after major survey, for both patients and hospitals, has been funded through an NHMRC Investigator Grant. Ianthe Boden, physiotherapist and senior lecturer at the
  9. Thumbnail for Giant babies return to reef in major step for forest-scale kelp restoration

    Giant babies return to reef in major step for forest-scale kelp…

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/giant-babies-return-to-reef-in-major-step-for-forest-scale-kelp-restoration
    25 Nov 2022: Baby giant kelps were planted across 7000 square metres of reef in southeast Tasmania last month, in the first attempt at ‘forest-scale’ kelp restoration in the Southern Hemisphere. If successful, the unique restoration project will create an
  10. Thumbnail for We know sweatshop clothing is bad – and buy it anyway. Here’s how your brain makes excuses

    We know sweatshop clothing is bad – and buy it anyway. Here’s how…

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/we-know-sweatshop-clothing-is-bad-and-buy-it-anyway.-heres-how-your-brain-makes-excuses
    25 Nov 2022: You face a dilemma. You’ve found the perfect shirt, and it’s an absolute bargain, but you notice it’s “Made in Bangladesh”. You’re conscious it was probably made using cheap labour. Do you buy it, or walk away?Today Oxfam released its
  11. Thumbnail for New modelling shows the scale and impact of Long COVID across Australia

    New modelling shows the scale and impact of Long COVID across…

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/new-modelling-shows-the-scale-and-impact-of-long-covid-across-australia
    23 Nov 2022: New modelling of the likely scale and severity of Long COVID in Australia has just been released by researchers from the University of Tasmania’s Menzies Institute for Medical Research and Deakin University’s Institute for Health

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