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Defence Trade Controls Act - Registration for Workshops Now Open

The Act puts new measures in place to strengthen the controls for the intangible (e.g. via email, internet and social media etc.) supply and publication of Defence and Strategic Goods List (DSGL) technologies ... 

Macquarie is holding an array of community events for the Sydney Science Festival and National Science Week 2017

Macquarie University will be holding an array of events that are sure to entice and educate science fans city-wide for ...

Super lasers, cross-cultural biodiversity, and multiple sclerosis biomarkers – Macquarie researchers announced as 2017 Eureka finalists

Three research projects led by four Macquarie University academics have today been announced as finalists in the 2017 Australian Museum ...

Why do some males produce slow sperm? A ‘tail’ of supergenes and sperm competition

New study provides an insight on why the best combination of the genes for the perfect sperm cannot be passed ...

High diversity on coral reefs: a very big game of rock-paper-scissors

New research from Macquarie University explores how a large number of species can all live together while competing for a ...

Macquarie University achieves success in recent Citizen Science and ARC Linkage Project grant rounds

Macquarie University researchers have received around $1.43 million in funding in the recent rounds of the Citizen Science Grants and ...

Musical kids might be better at identifying statistical patterns

New findings suggest that musical training in kids makes them better at identifying statistical patterns hidden in both sound and ...

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