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How Australia can benefit from following a path illuminated by Nordic countries
Melbourne Age

Northern Lights: bright ideas from Nordic countries

Andrew Scott, Associate Professor in Politics and Policy at Deakin University, is the guest on this episode of Life Matters. The Nordic countries have both economic prosperity and social equality and Scott believes that Australian governments ... Australian Policy Online, 1 month ago
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Melbourne Age

Barrels not ballots for Deakin's international students at surf school

International students take to the surf as part of learn to swim program Deakin University's international students are set to make a splash when they swap laptops and lecture rooms for Speedos and surfboards at surf school this weekend. Dozens ...
 Noodls1 month ago Gifted students encouraged to bypass school for university  Melbourne Age1 month ago Study: Gifted children benefit from bypassing school for university  Melbourne Age1 month ago Gifted students go straight to university  Sydney Morning Herald3 weeks ago
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Hard truth about caffeine in soft drinks

PhD food science students Julia Low and Penny Oliver at Deakin University test caffeinated and non-caffeinated lemonade. Picture: EUGENE HYLAND Source: News Limited CAFFEINE in soft drinks makes us drink more of the sugary beverages, according to ...
 Herald Sun2 weeks ago News Australia & New Zealand Caffeine found to stimulate consumption of sugary drinks  Dental Tribune6 days ago
Indian News Link

Indian links at Deakin

Victoria's Deakin University celebrates 20 years of engagement with India, writes ROYSTON REBELLO Staff and students from Deakin University at their annual Diwali celebration Way back in 1893, former Australian Prime Minister and leader of the ...
 Indian News Link2 weeks ago Much ado about stuffing: over-eating and wasting food at Christmas  World News Australia1 month ago We need to push the boundaries  Geelong Advertiser1 month ago Bushfires Give Predators the Advantage  LiveScience.com1 month ago
Geelong Advertiser

Near a beer? Blokes think youre available

And she doesn't even need to be drinking it. The Deakin University study found men were more likely to perceive a woman sitting alongside a bottle of ­alcohol as being seductive, promiscuous or flirtatious. The finding is being touted as a timely ...
 NEWS.com.au1 month ago The sign that gets men on make  Geelong Advertiser1 month ago
Geelong Advertiser

Deakin partners with Bendigo Bank to invest in a promising future

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Managing Director Mike Hirst and Deakin University Vice-Chancellor Jane den Hollander signed a partnership agreement in Geelong. Deakin University, the largest provider of higher education to regional Victoria, today ...
 Noodls6 hours ago Statements on the passing of Stella Young: journalist, comedian, advocate and former Deakin University student  Noodls1 month ago Deakin mourns Stella Young  Geelong Advertiser1 month ago 'Strong, fierce and flawed'  Melbourne Age1 month ago
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PhysOrg.com

Slow-growing underwater creatures have a better chance of avoiding death

Come get me: New Deakin University research shows small and slow underwater creatures have a better chance of avoiding death by fishing hook than their bigger and bolder family and friends. Slow and steady doesn't just win the race between a ...
 PhysOrg.com6 days ago Slow and steady wins the race of the underwater world: Deakin research  Noodls6 days ago

From Geelong to Montpellier, researchers hope animals hold key to better human cancer outcomes

A Deakin University biologist is collaborating with French scientists to unlock the secrets to the animal kingdom's ability to fight cancer in an attempt to help human medicine better prevent and cure the disease. Senior Re Fellow Dr Beata Ujvari ...
 Noodls1 week ago
Australasian Leisure Management

Melbourne study shows incidental exercise saves lives and money

A Deakin University study has found that incidental physical activity from active transport, such as walking to catch the train to work or cycling to the shops, can save lives and money. The results of the study, conducted by Melbourne GP ...
 Australasian Leisure Management1 week ago Study finds lives, money to be saved from incidental exercise  Get Living1 week ago Study finds lives and money to be saved from incidental exercise  Noodls2 weeks ago
Drinks Business Review

Soft drink consumption study flawed: Beverages Council

The Beverages Council has said the Deakin University study linking caffeine content with increased soft drink consumption had inherent design flaws, and needs to be kept in context. In its response to research published in the British Journal ...
 Food Magazine Australia1 week ago Research finds caffeine increases soft drink consumption  Noodls2 weeks ago - Caffeine increases soft drink consumption, states Deakin's C-PAN study  FnBnews.com1 week ago Caffeine linked to increased soft drink consumption, but industry says Deakin study is flawed  Australian Food News1 week ago
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