Queensland scientists are working to inject human rationality into robots.
The Elcombe PhD scholarship (equivalent in value to an Australian Postgraduate Award) will be awarded to an outstanding applicant interested in pursuing PhD studies in testing novel inhibitors for breast cancer treatment, using both in vitro screening and mouse models of breast cancer.
The IWC Masters Scholarships are a prestigious award offered to domestic (AUS/NZ) candidates interested in studying the Master of Integrated Water Management (MIWM).
Contaminated Site Assessment, Remediation and Management (CSARM) is a complex field of environmental management and, with the support of NSW Environmental Protection Agency (NSW EPA) and industry consultants, UTS Science School of Life Sciences has developed a program of short course modules to help environmental professionals update their specific area of expertise.
The MDFRC and MDBA Collaboration Partnership (MMCP) invites applications for “top–up” scholarships to support Post Graduate students undertaking research on the ecology and biogeochemistry of floodplain rivers and wetlands.
The MDFRC and MDBA Collaboration Partnership (MMCP) invites applications for students to receive one of three available scholarships, who are undertaking research on the ecology and biogeochemistry of floodplain rivers and wetlands.
A global online community dedicated to improving knowledge on the science of learning has been launched by prestigious international publishing group Nature Research and The University of Queensland. UQ Queensland Brain Institute director Professor Pankaj Sah said the npj Science of Learning Community website was a space for teachers, policymakers and scientists working in neuroscience, education and psychology to discuss how to enhance learning in schools.
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