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2010 QS World Rankings- Strong World Ranking for UTAS...Serious about its teaching and research ranking, UTAS has outperformed and increased its rank against a number of Australian Universities over the past year.
Posted 6 August 2010
Agricultural research cooperation with Indonesia reflects global nature of marketplace
Opportunities for research cooperation have been secured between the UTAS and Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia.
Posted 16 July 2010
Researchers unlock brain's capacity for plasticity following injury
A Menzies Research Institute study, recently published in the international neuroscience journal Cerebral Cortex describes how nerve cells change their structure in response to the trauma.
UTAS pharmacy research to save Australians millions in healthcare
A new software solution, based on UTAS research innovation, could save $900m in healthcare costs.
Climate Change and chronic disease study
Climate Change and chronic disease study UTAS School of Human Life Sciences researcher, Sibella King and her co-researchers are currently investigating the association between exposure to extreme temperature variations and health consequences for individuals with underlying chronic disease such as Type 2 Diabetes.
A world of research on show
The Tasmanian Aquaculture and Fisheries Institute (TAFI) Research Showcase is a series of presentations on the outcomes of work in a diverse range of areas, from resource, habitat and biodiversity assessments to climate change, multiple use management, improving profitability and aquaculture development.
UTAS wins UniQuest workshop pitch competition
UTAS postgraduate students proved they could out-perform their northern counterparts when they beat 24 other teams in the pitch competition at this year's UniQuest research commercialisation workshop.
Posted on 27 January 2010
Island Link - Charlottetown publisher undertaking PhD studies at UTAS
She has landed an international research scholarship from the University of Tasmania in Australia that covers tuition and provides a living allowance for ...
Posted on 7 September 2009
Students making green energy more reliable
It is hoped new research facilities at the University of Tasmania will help improve the reliability and quality of renewable energy. ...
Research and Markets: New Technologies in Aquaculture: Improving ...
... Italy PART 4 ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES Predicting and assessing the environmental impact of aquaculture - C Crawford and C MacLeod, University of Tasmania, ...
New project to conserve islands' natural values
Tasmanian Government Media Releases (press release)
... was a partnership between the Tasmanian Government, Conservation Volunteers Australia, Natural Resource Management North, the University of Tasmania, ...
Posted on 4 September 2009
Research and Markets: Latest Report Focusing on Foodborne...
Risk assessment and pathogen management T Ross and TA McMeekin, University of Tasmania, Australia Emerging foodborne pathogens and the food industry L Smoot ...
Posted on 3 September 2009
Hot News - Chilli may be answer to your ills
CHILLI could one day replace aspirin for the prevention and treatment of diabetes and cardiovascular disease, according to University of Tasmania scientists ...
Spider Phobia treatment goes online
Researchers at the University of Tasmania have developed what they believe is the first ever online program to treat phobias. The FearDrop website's first ...
Posted on 5 August 2009
UTAS develops internet smart internet news monitoring system
The smart internet monitoring system is being developed at the University of Tasmania and is aimed at individuals and organisations that require a tool for...
Posted on 30 June 2009
UTAS monitors the world's oceans
Marine scientists around the world now have access to a valuable online resource developed by the University of Tasmania.
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