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It might seem like one of the latest food trends, but did you know people in Australia and around the world have been eating insects for millennia? This Nutrition Week, 16 – 22 October, JCU’s Professor Andreas Lopata shares his research into how
Author: Tianna Killoran
Date: 13 October 2022
Study Area: Biomedical Sciences; Science|Public Health and Tropical Medicine
Few could carve out a dream vocation that involves digging for dinosaurs across the world and uncovering African hominid fossils of staggering significance, but geologist Dr Eric Roberts hasn’t had just any old career.
Date: 16 April 2020
Study Area: Geoscience; Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths
Some of the largest structures ever documented in the Australian archaeological record are being studied in the remote Gulf of Carpentaria in northern Australia, revealing the sophisticated engineering capabilities of Indigenous Australians.
When JCU alumni, Dr Brooke Schampers, began working with the Animal Emergency Service in Brisbane, she quickly discovered that she had entered a wild world. From patients in need of urgent care to the long nights of shift work, Dr Brooke shares her
JCU Bachelor of Engineering — Bachelor of Science student Ethan Waters is one of the leaders of the JCU Robotics Team in the 2022 Maritime RobotX Challenges this November. However, the competition itself is only one of many challenges the team
Author: Bianca de Loryn
Date: 31 May 2022
Study Area: Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths