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Murdoch Counselling Clinic attracts international career counsellors

May 23rd, 2018

Students from all over the world are coming to Murdoch University to gain valuable experience working at the Caladenia Counselling Clinic.

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Attempts to halt the devastating effects of nest predation examined

May 22nd, 2018

A new review has shone a light on the complexities of nest predation and its devastating effect on populations of temperate forest and woodland birds in Australia.

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Opinion: Anwar speaks a tough truth

May 21st, 2018

Professor Ben Reilly says Australian governments of both persuasions have long avoided talking about the growing problem of authoritarianism in our region.

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Forensics expert leads missing persons search in Kosovo

May 21st, 2018

A Murdoch University forensic scientist is helping to find human remains in Kosovo as part of efforts to identify missing persons from the 1998-99 war.

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Murdoch Associate Professor recognised for advancements in lamb meat research

May 18th, 2018

A Murdoch University Professor’s role in developing an x-ray system for grading the quality of lamb meat has been acknowledged with an Award for Excellence in Innovation by the Cooperative Research Centres Association.

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Murdoch sweeps national veterinary awards

May 18th, 2018

Two of Murdoch University’s most distinguished veterinary science researchers and academics have taken out Australia’s top awards at an Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) ceremony in Brisbane.

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Here’s why a referendum to solve the dual citizenship saga won’t happen

May 18th, 2018

In her latest article in The Conversation, Murdoch constitutional law lecturer Lorraine Finlay explains why a parliamentary report recommending a referendum in the dual citizenship saga is an impractical solution.

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Murdoch at forefront of solar energy future for remote WA homes

May 17th, 2018

The future of renewable energy looks bright for homes in remote WA in light of Murdoch University’s partnership with electricity provider Horizon Power.

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Terror attack warning for Indonesia

May 16th, 2018

Dr Ian Wilson

A Murdoch University terrorism expert has warned that Indonesia should brace itself for more attacks in the wake of a series of shocking suicide bombings committed by families in the city of Surabaya in East Java.

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Researchers urge international organisations to lift veil of secrecy

May 16th, 2018

Australia must do more to persuade international organisations (IOs) like the United Nations to be more transparent and accountable, a Murdoch University researcher has said.

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Innovative thinking and strong work ethic clinch State nursing excellence award

May 15th, 2018

A decade collaborating with a community in Pinjarra has earned Murdoch academic chair of nursing Dr Caroline Nilson a State-wide excellence award for her work in Aboriginal health.

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Are video games the future of sustainable tourism education?

May 14th, 2018

Dr Eunice Tan and Yohei Okamoto examine the use of digital simulation games similar to World of Warcraft, SimCity and Minecraft to teach sustainable tourism.

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Federal MPs should have known their time was up: law lecturer

May 11th, 2018

The Australian people are entitled to feel more than a little frustrated with the 10-month-long citizenship saga, according to Murdoch University constitutional law lecturer Lorraine Finlay. She says the High Court’s decision on Wednesday to rule that Labor Senator Katy Gallagher was ineligible to sit in the Federal Parliament was unsurprising. The ruling triggered the resignation […]

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