High school leavers need more support with transition to workforce: Murdoch Professors

March 8th, 2018

Murdoch University School of Education researchers have co-authored a book, which they hope will help to improve school-to-work transitions for young people.

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International recognition of shipping noise impact on marine life sparks study

March 7th, 2018

Research on the measurement of shipping noise and its potential impact on whales and other marine animals has received funding under the Australian Government’s National Environmental Science Program (NESP).

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Caladenia Counselling Clinic re-opens to the public

February 18th, 2018

Image of Mr Gaston Antezana

The Caladenia Counselling Centre at Murdoch University is now open for 2018, offering affordable counselling services to members of the public and Murdoch students.

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Opinion: Australia’s student visa immigration policy needs a re-visit

February 5th, 2018

Australia’s current immigration policy in relation to granting student visas to those with a disability or health issue is illogical and discriminates against people with disabilities, according to Adjunct Associate Professor Jan Gothard from Murdoch University.

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Iran erupts again: How should Australia react?

January 9th, 2018

Dr Ameer Ali

In an opinion piece for the West Australian, Murdoch University academic Dr Ameer Ali urges Australia to stay neutral following the recent wave of protests in Iran.

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Could algae farming be Australia’s next big thing?

August 17th, 2017

Emeritus Professor Michael Borowitzka

Murdoch University researchers are at the forefront of a new report, which asserts algal farming can create jobs and protect the Great Barrier Reef.

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Indonesia: Ahok blasphemy conviction ‘inevitable’

May 19th, 2017

Dr Ian Wilson is a fellow of the Asia Research Centre

A Murdoch University researcher has said the recent jailing of Jakarta’s former Christian governor Ahok for insulting Islam was inevitable due to the scale of his public demonisation and the history of blasphemy charges in Indonesia.

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Murdoch forensic expert talks crime scenes

April 8th, 2017

Forensic expert Dr Paola Magni gave a TEDx presentation in Sydney

Forensic biologist Dr Paola Magni explained the science behind crime solving to an audience at TedX in Sydney.

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Wheat breakthrough at Murdoch

August 1st, 2016

Adjunct Professor Ian Edwards with the Tungsten crop in Toodyay, Western Australia

Researchers at Murdoch University have made a major breakthrough in improving the quality and profitability of Australia’s $6 billion wheat crops.

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Opinion: A cheat sheet for reading the federal budget

April 27th, 2016

Dr Anne Garnett is a senior lecturer in economics

Dr Anne Garnett co-aurthors an article in The Conversation about how to find key information in the upcoming federal budget papers.

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