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Show me the ethics! Business school students choose ethical employers over high salaries

19 March 2019

Nearly one in five business-school students are willing to sacrifice more than 40% of their salary to work for a …

Benefits of inspirational leadership in the workplace challenged by Macquarie University report

4 March 2019

Psychologists and human resources departments have long argued that inspirational leaders who set a positive and optimistic tone in the …

Between the Covers to be presented at the State Library of NSW

4 March 2019

Presented by Emerging Writers’ Festival in partnership with Macquarie University Thursday 21 March – Dixson Room, State Library of New …

Sibling rivalries lead to friendly finches

27 February 2019

A new study has revealed that growing up with lots of siblings – and fighting over food – makes zebra finches more sociable …

A polariton filter turns ordinary laser light into quantum light

19 February 2019

An international team of researchers led out of Macquarie University has demonstrated a new approach for converting ordinary laser light …

Drug microdosing effects may not measure up to big expectations

7 February 2019

Taking very small amounts of psychedelic substances on a regular basis – called ‘microdosing’ – may improve psychological and cognitive …

The Milky Way is warped

5 February 2019

The first accurate 3D map of our galaxy reveals its true shape: warped and twisted. Astronomers from Macquarie University and …

Macquarie presents accomplished geneticist Professor Jef Boeke the award of Doctor of Science

17 December 2018

Macquarie University has presented accomplished geneticist Professor Jef Boeke the award of Doctor of Science honoris causa in recognition of …

Australia’s Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel awarded Doctor of Letters by Macquarie University

17 December 2018

Macquarie University has presented Australia’s Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel the award of Doctor of Letters honoris causa in recognition of …

New pedestrian counters aim to improve walkability in Macquarie Park

13 December 2018

Macquarie University and the City of Ryde Council are installing pedestrian-counting sensors throughout Macquarie Park, as part of a project …

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