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New nanoparticles help detect deep-tissue cancers

8 August 2018

Researchers have developed a new form of nanoparticle and associated imaging technique that can detect multiple disease biomarkers, including those ...

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Macquarie receives three prestigious ARC Fellowships in latest grant round

3 August 2018

Three Macquarie University academics have received ARC Fellowships for research in earth sciences, linguistics and psychology, announced today by Minister ...

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Leading telescope science and technology group moves to Macquarie University

3 July 2018

Effective 1 July, Macquarie University has assumed responsibility for the research and optical instrumentation capability of the Australian Astronomical Observatory, ...

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New global study: Marriage may protect against heart disease and stroke and associated risk of death

20 June 2018

Researchers suggest that marital status should be included as a risk factor for heart disease/stroke and likely survival in its ...

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Why so blue? New research sheds light on why our iconic blue-tongue lizards have such colourful tongues

8 June 2018

A new study by researchers at Macquarie University has shed light on why blue tongue lizards have such an outrageously ...

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Macquarie selected to participate in international entrepreneurship program

18 May 2018

Macquarie University has been chosen to participate in the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program (REAP) program, ...

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Appointment of Inaugural Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Strategy) at Macquarie University

3 May 2018

This week Dr Leanne Holt was appointed to the inaugural Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Strategy) at Macquarie University. The appointment coincided ...

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Are damselflies in distress?

30 April 2018

Damselflies are evolving rapidly as they expand their range in response to a warming climate, according to new research led ...

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Beetle families survive through sisterly sacrifice

24 April 2018

Research reveals new details about the world’s only known social beetle with a life-time devoted queen and worker caste Findings ...

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Macquarie University Incubator given international design award

24 April 2018

The Macquarie University Incubator has been awarded the internationally-renowned GREEN GOOD DESIGN award in the research and technology category for ...

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