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The BEST Centre Virtual Forum success

The BEST centres first Inductry-Academia virtual forum was a complete success

La Trobe research makes global impact

Associate Professor Warwick Grant awarded NIH grant for his research

State funding support welcomed

Victorian state government announces support for universities

COVID, intellectual disability & rights

Researching COVID-19's impact on people with intellectual disabilities

Research into COVID-19 related psychosis

A small number of people will develop coronavirus-related psychosis

COVID-19's impact on Australian research

Major impacts predicted for Australia's researcher workforce

Data Analytics - the future of business

A webinar was held to discuss the benefits and applications of data analytics in business.

World first role for technology expert

Professor Wei Xiang, Cisco Chair in Artificial Intelligence and IoT

Linkage Grant to study alcohol harm

Dr Anne-Marie Laslett and her CAPR team awarded ARC Linkage Grant

La Trobe joins Digital Health CRC

The initiative fosters collaborative research and development

Helping businesses adapt and innovate

New program to help Victorian businesses adapt in the wake of COVID-19

Alcohol’s financial toll on women

New research outlines costs of others' drinking habits

Reconstructing fossils

What does it mean to be an archaeologist in the modern age?

Improving concrete infrastructure

La Trobe co-leads new research into improving concrete infrastructure

Vale Professor Dennis McDermott

Farewell Professor Dennis McDermott Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous)

New findings of the Homo erectus

Fossil find suggests Homo erectus emerged 200,000 years earlier

Harnessing community in a pandemic

La Trobe is working on an imitative to equip businesses during COVID-19

Fossil discoveries rewrite our history

La Trobe archaeologists have unearthed the earliest known skull of Homo erectus

Tracey Banivanua Mar Fellows appointed

La Trobe has chosen three researchers as Tracey Banivanua Mar Fellows

Why are older people more at risk of coronavirus?

Risk of COVID-19 increase with older age as illness is to play

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