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24 June, 2015
Study on Atittudes towards People with Mental Illness
Psychological study examining attitudes towards people with mental illness and the things that may lead to them. Link:
21 June, 2015
Having trouble sleeping? Please participate in this online survey
Psychological study investigating how sleep quality is impacted by weight, eating habits, exercise and lifestyle factors.
17 June, 2015
Looking for a desktop publishing specialist
Desktop publishing specialist required to design 4 reports
5 June, 2015
Road closure Saturday 20 June 2015
Road closure 6am-6pm Saturday 20 June 2015 on slip road between Howard Flory Lane and Garran Road.
2 June, 2015
Graduate Studies Information Evening
Join us for our graduate studies information session and we'll work with you to explore which degree and combination of courses best suits your needs. NSC academics will be on hand to explain the options and provide you with tailored advice.
14 May, 2015
Do you have sleep problems? Are you overweight or obese? Please consider participating in this study.
The study seeks to evaluate whether a change in body temperature can explain the improvements seen in sleep apnoea patients after their CPAP treatment. The results will be compared to (this study) the sample of overweight/obese people with sleep problems at ANU to determine if they have body temperature disturbances that might explain their sleep problems.
5 May, 2015
ANU eText Grant Scheme for 2015 now opened
The ANU eTEXT Grant Scheme 2015 has been established to support ANU academics to publish digital textbooks with ANU eTEXT-the open access textbook publishing imprint for ANU.
2 May, 2015
Ammonia: the clean renewable fuel for the future?
Ammonia as an alternative fuel for the future. Bryan Furnass. Thursday 7 May,Frank Fenner Building corner of Daley Road and Linnaeus Way, 5.30 for 5.45
14 April, 2015
National Centre of Biography, Biography Workshop
Professor Sheila Fitzpatrick (University of Sydney) will address the National Centre of Biography's 'Biography Workshop' series. She will discuss three of her recent books, My Father's Daughter; A Spy in the Archives, and On Stalin's Team.
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