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QUT 9h
With and spreading disinformation, how can you discern fact from fiction? 's Dr Timothy Graham shared ihs expert insights and advice with :
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QUT 10h
alumna Tammy is one of the world’s best chaos engineers. Since graduating, she's lived and worked in Melbourne, New York, Silicon Valley, and now Florida. Read more about how she's shaped a global career in :
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QUT 11h
With facing extinction, are pioneering new approaches to . Learn more:
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QUT 12h
Congratulations to student Sarah Sheppard and recent graduate Nicholas Di Savia on becoming finalists in the Law Student of the Year category for the Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards for 2020.
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QUT 13h
. Prof Andry Rakotonirainy commences work on the Connected Pilot this week in - trialing fitted with to warn drivers when hazards occur on the road. Listen via (2:47:15):
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QUT 14h
Contact tracing is buckling under the wight of Victorian cases, said Emeritus Professor Gerard Fitzgerald. Read more via :
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QUT 15h
Why do good people do bad things, like ignoring rules and going to work sick? 's Dr Alistair Ping told it's because actions are defined by an internal narrative, not penalties. Listen here (35:50):
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QUT 16h
How do you stage an election in the time of ? 's says more time is needed for . Read more:
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QUT 17h
"For many theorists a like this is useful to draw attention to their causes - they can link the , in this case, with whatever their cause is," said 's on (25:00):
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Times Higher Education Aug 2
Join , and some of Australia and NZ's most prestigious vice-chancellors to discuss the latest challenges in ANZ higher education, from Covid-19 to the climate crisis and more Register:
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QUT Aug 2
A psychological shift is required to enable to be safe while riding on roads as many drivers don’t see cyclists as ‘human’, said Prof Narelle Haworth.
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QUT Aug 3
Kick-start your career with QUT's first university-wide virtual careers fair. Join us online on from 1.00pm - 3.00pm on Wednesday, 5 August:
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QUT Aug 2
Are you a graduate? Opt-in to our alumni map via the following link for your chance to WIN a $100 gift card: T&C's apply. Competition ends at 11.59PM (AEST), 31 August.
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QUT Aug 2
COVID-19 has become an umbrella for a range of conspiracy groups, said Professor Axel Bruns. Read more via :
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QUT Aug 2
is working on software to help a team led by alumna Abigail Allwood analyse data beamed back from 's rover, . Read more:
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QUT Aug 2
“You can’t just suddenly close the border — you have to give people reasonable notice — but it does create a risk because people have been exposed,” said Emeritus Professor Gerry FitzGerald.
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YWCA Australia Aug 2
and are partnering together to undertake the first We Speak survey. This survey will provide a gendered lens on leadership, civic engagement, and housing and economic security:
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QUT Aug 2
The action against for ‘misleading conduct’ may be a move toward establishing a case on misuse of market power, suggests ’s :
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QUT Aug 2
A psychological shift is required to enable to be safe while riding on roads as many drivers don’t see cyclists as ‘human’, said Prof Narelle Haworth.
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Axel Bruns Aug 2
Here's a preview of that COVID/5G story covering our research into the spread of conspiracies on social media - coming up at 20:30 AEST on tonight... (👋 )
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