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Throughout this year, the ARC’s Executive Directors have virtually hosted webinars on topics ranging from writing competitive applications and rejoinders to…

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The ARC is working to implement the changes required to allow the inclusion of preprints in its applications moving forward.

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A report released by the Australian Academy of Science, Advancing Data-Intensive Research in Australia, presents findings from consultations with the research…

Michael-Shawn Fletcher
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Associate Professor Michael-Shawn Fletcher is a Wiradjuri man based at The University of Melbourne whose research, supported through the Discovery Indigenous…

Judgement day
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New research supported by an ARC Discovery Projects grant led by researchers at The University of Melbourne has found that people’s ideas about fairness may…

Collection of beetles, Case containing beetles from the Joseph Dandridge and Petiver collections. Some have Hans Sloane's catalogue numbers. C016/5553 ©The Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London
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A University of Western Australia-led research team, supported by an ARC Linkage Project called 'Collecting the West' which examines collections from Western…

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Monash Energy Team
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Simply by adding sugar, ARC-supported researchers from the Monash Energy Institute have created a longer-lasting, lighter, more sustainable rival to the…

Corals that are better than average at survival, growth and resisting bleaching stress can pass these advantages on to their offspring. Photo: Andrew Baird.
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New ARC-supported research suggests that corals may be able to cope with climate change in the coming decades better than previously thought – but will still…

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How can we best support the next generation of humanities researchers?

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A team of researchers at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics (CNBP) has developed the world’s tiniest endoscope.

The Figueira Brava cave on the Portuguese coast was used as  a shelter by Neanderthal populations over the course of twenty  millennia. Credit: Pedro Souto.
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ARC-supported researchers at The University of Adelaide are part of a research team that has uncovered new evidence about how our closest extinct human…

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