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Young researcher battles invasive parasites

April 21st, 2017

A Murdoch University early career researcher has revealed invasive parasites on Australia’s west coast are creating serious concerns for conservation programs and for public health in the region.

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Developing employability through self-awareness

March 27th, 2017

Investigating if enhanced self-awareness, positive self-talk and life skills can boost career adaptability in young people, is the focus of Murdoch alumnus, Jasmine Low, as she embarks on her PhD study in organisational psychology.

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Frontline counselling experience helps Masters students and the Whealtbelt community

December 11th, 2015

Master of Counselling students Yvette Patrick and Andre Burton

An 18-week work placement in the Wheatbelt has propelled the development of two Master of Counselling students Yvette Patrick and Andre Burton, and in the process helped members of the region suffering from mental health issues.

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Boost for Aussie barbeques

March 15th, 2012

Murdoch University researchers are improving meat quality and animal welfare.

Four agricultural scientists from Murdoch University are making Aussie barbeques better.

The researchers, who are being awarded PhDs by the University, are improving meat quality and animal welfare.

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