Research Focus Area ideas
Giacomo talks about his recent research on how children with autism learn and how we can improve the learning outcomes using innovative treatment approaches.
Jillian talks about Australian zooarchaeology and what we can learn from ancient indigenous diets
Ashley talks about bacteria that can eat and breathe electricity and they way in which they can gain energy.
Gillian talks about issues of sport, sexuality, participation and inclusion and the way in which sport is or could be used to promote more inclusive societies for everyone.
Miranda talks about the work her and her team are doing on the devastating communication disability called aphasia.
Reeta is working with two local councils to develop programs that engage with Indian families to open a dialogue on family violence.
It’s hard to put your finger on it, but the rhythm of music has some kind of mathematical feel to it.
Early detection and diagnosis leads to early intervention - helping improve outcomes for children diagnosed with autism.
People with disabilities have to have a say in their own lives, to be able to exercise choice and control, to be able to learn and to be able to work.
We need to broaden our understanding of chronic Hepatitis B and possibly broaden our public policy response to the virus.
With population predicted to reach nine billion by 2050 we need to improve animal health to improve their productivity.
The question of hatred is one of the most important questions that has faced mankind.