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Making a Difference 2019-2020

A MESSAGE FROM OUR CEO

UNDERSTANDING OUR WORLD THROUGH FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH

INDUSTRY DRIVEN RESEARCH TO GENERATE ECONOMIC IMPACTS

DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES

ADVANCING ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT

INDIGENOUS RESEARCH AND COLLABORATION

STRIVING FOR CULTURAL AND SOCIAL OUTCOMES

IMPROVING HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

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ISSN (Print) 2209-6000

ISSN (Online) 2209-7414

Published: August 2020

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Images:

  • Front cover: Glitching neutron star opens up to researchers (page 13). Artist’s impression of the inside of a neutron star—Credit: Carl Knox, ARC Centre of Excellence for Gravitational Wave Discovery (OzGrav).
  • Back cover: Mangrove dieback reveals an unexpected source of methane (page 45). Credit: Southern Cross University.
  • Contents page:
    • The key to success is a company’s culture (page 19).
    • Mangrove dieback reveals an unexpected source of methan (page 45). The research team encountering some obstacles on the way to measuring methane emissions from a forest of dead mangroves in the Gulf of Carpentaria. Credit: Southern Cross University
    • Understanding extreme bushfire behaviour and firestorm development (page 58). Image: 2014 Grampians Fire, Victoria, exhibiting a towering fire cloud or ‘pyrocumulonimbus’. Credit: Randall Bacon.
    • Dancing kids achieve boosted abilities to self-regulate (page 66). QUT early childhood researcher Kate Williams has developed a fun rhythm and movement program linked to pathways in the brain to support young children's attentional and emotional development. Credit: QUT
    •  The lasting impact of caregiving for a dying loved one (page 75). Helping the needy stock photo. Istock.com/Lighthaunter.