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First report into autism in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities reveals shortage of supports and services

18 February 2020

The Hon Linda Burney MP today launches the first major report into autism in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, ...


Macquarie University is proud to partner with medical technology incubator FLEDGE Innovation Labs

30 January 2020

Macquarie University today announced a new partnership with FLEDGE Innovation Labs, providing opportunities for passionate Macquarie students to access medical ...

Timothy Yee

Macquarie PhD candidate awarded a Fulbright Scholarship

21 January 2020

A Macquarie University PhD candidate has been announced as the recipient of a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship. Timothy Yee, who is ...

PhD student Daniel Sloane in the field with Yirralka Rangers on North East Arnhem Land floodplains

Macquarie University to lead three new Linkage projects

13 January 2020

Macquarie University researchers have been awarded three grants under the Australian Research Council Linkage Project scheme. A total of $1,174,111 ...

Exterior of the Macquarie University Library

Five distinguished Macquarie University academics accepted into the ARC College of Experts

26 November 2019

Five researchers from Macquarie University have been accepted into the Australian Research Council (ARC) College of Experts, ensuring Macquarie University ...

Top row L-R: Distinguished Professor Ian Wright, Professor Richard Kefford, Associate Professor Anita Ho-Baillie, Bottom row L-R: Professor Mark Connor, Professor Colin Prentice, Professor Hendrik Poorter.

Six Macquarie University scientists join Nobel laureates as world’s most highly cited researchers

21 November 2019

Six researchers from Macquarie University have been named in the Web of Science’s Highly Cited Researchers 2019 list, which recognises the ...

Preparations being made for a Magnetoencephalography (MEG) scan, conducted at the Aston Neuroscience Institute

Differences in sensory brainwaves of autistic teenagers could assist in earlier diagnosis and support

19 November 2019

Variances have been found in the brainwaves responsible for visual perception between autistic teenagers and those teens not on the ...

Professor Ingrid Piller

Macquarie University to host the 2019 Biennial Symposium of the Australian and New Zealand Associations of von Humboldt Fellows

19 November 2019

This year’s Biennial Symposium of the Australian and New Zealand Associations of von Humboldt Fellows will be held at Macquarie ...

Top row L-R: Dr Yee Lian Chew, Dr Wenjie Ruan, Dr Katrina Hutchison.
Bottom row L-R: Dr Lyndon Koens, Dr Francesca Short, Dr Jia Wu.

$2.3 million awarded to Macquarie’s rising research stars

15 November 2019

Six of Macquarie University’s most promising Early Career Researchers have had projects funded in the latest round of the Australian ...

Dr Julian Droogan from Macquarie University's Department of Security Studies and Criminology

Latest research into extreme-right terrorism showcased in special edition of journal

11 November 2019

In response to the Christchurch Mosque attacks earlier this year, the Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism (JPICT) has ...

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