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9 in 10 uni graduates are employed full time.1

Uni grads earn 15-20% more than those without a degree.2

Deakin postgraduates earn 36% more than undergraduates.3

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Are thermal cameras a magic bullet for COVID-19 fever detection? There’s not enough evidence to know

The demand for technologies that promise to detect symptomatic individuals has been sky-high. However, not all proposed solutions work as advertised.

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Health P is for Pandemic: kids’ books about coronavirus

Children’s literature has a history of exploring difficult topics for a younger audience. Are you teaching kids about coronavirus? Try these books.

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International film archives are streaming up a storm during lockdown. Australia’s movie trove isn’t even online

With more people being able to stream films online, many film archives around the world are being accessed. Find out the benefits of digitalising film.

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The ‘hospital in the home’ revolution has been stalled by COVID-19. But it’s still a good idea

Growing numbers of Australians are choosing to recieve their medical treatment in their home. Here are the benefits to choosing this new form of treatment.

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Young people were already struggling before the pandemic. Here are 7 ways to help them navigate a changed world

The younger generations were already an at-risk demographic before the pandemic started. These are some steps to ensure their well-being and security.

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1 in 5 Aussies over 45 live with chronic pain, but there are ways to ease the suffering

Chronic pain is about more than physical suffering – the longer term affects result in job losses, mortgage defaults, superannuation withdrawals and more.

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Why self-determination is vital for Indigenous communities to beat coronavirus

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have a long history of dealing with infectious diseases introduced from overseas.

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Not all doom and gloom: even in a pandemic, mixed emotions are more common than negative ones

Even during the Coronavirus pandemic, we don’t experience negative emotions all the time. Find out why our mixed emotions are good news.

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Religious groups are embracing technology during the lockdown, but can it replace human connection?

Religious congregations are unable to meet physically, but that hasn’t stopped them gathering virtually. Could tech be involved in the future of religion?

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90,000 foreign graduates are stuck in Australia without financial support: it’s a humanitarian and economic crisis in the making

Visa holders have fallen through the cracks of the Government’s JobKeeper package, and now many are without living wages. But what can be done to help them?

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