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Scientists shed light on how praying mantises use the element of surprise to survive

A new study has for the first time illuminated the evolutionary history of the bizarre anti-predator defence deployed by the praying mantis.

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Western academic to guide the development of Australia’s oral health policies

Dr Amit Arora has been appointed as Co-Convenor of the Oral Health Special Interest Group (SIG) within the Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA).

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Caddens Corner to boost amenities and jobs for Western Sydney

When Caddens Corner opens its doors mid-November, the community will benefit from an exciting new retail and cultural precinct, as well as over 400 new jobs for Western Sydney.

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Opinion: COVID-19 cases are highest in young adults. We need to partner with them for the health of the whole community

The World Health Organisation recently warned that people in their 20s, 30s and 40s, who may be unaware they’re infected, are driving the spread of COVID-19.

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Opinion: What Australia can learn from bicycle-friendly cities overseas

Walking and cycling are in the spotlight given the need to keep fit, get about and keep a social distance from others during the pandemic.

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Opinion: Job-ready graduates changes loom as last straw for emerging researcher

With the federal government making concessions on the Job-ready Graduates Package, we are closer to it becoming law. It’s meant to take effect in 2021.

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