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20 February 2018

Horse owners can draw on centuries of knowledge, experiences handed down through generations of their family, and their own personal ‘feelings’ as a rider.

14 February 2018

Consideration should be given to compulsory national registration for all horses in Australia.

04 December 2017

Every move they make and every time they brake, train drivers are under constant scrutiny in a realistic simulator controlled by CQUniversity researcher Associate Professor Anjum Naweed.

Heat-prone workers and elite sports to benefit from fresh funding

Workers required to wear heavy protective gear and sports people and coaches using smart garments to track training load and fatigue are among those who will benefit from $1.5 million funding granted to the Healthy Living Design Hub (HLDH). Read more

Published: 24 October 2017

Simulated crisis within a simulated crisis a reminder of psychological safety needs

Australia’s experts on simulated learning have long been aware of the need to create a psychologically safe context for learners, known as a ‘Safety Container’. Read more

Published: 06 September 2017

Australia’s on-call emergency workers can never fully relax – survey delves into hidden issues

They are always at the ready even if they may not be called on. Read more

Published: 10 August 2017

Kirrilly takes readers around the world by horse

CQUniversity Associate Professor Kirrilly Thompson has co-edited a new Springer publication exploring 'Equestrian Cultures in Global and Local Contexts'. Read more

Published: 20 June 2017

How many people does it take to change our thinking about a broken lightbulb?

Along with the road-crossing chicken, the old joke about changing lightbulbs has sustained comedians for decades. Read more

Published: 18 May 2017

Capacity audience for launch of biography of overland telegraph pioneer

CQUniversity Emeritus Professor Denis Cryle drew a capacity crowd for the recent launch of his biography of overland telegraph pioneer Charles Todd. Read more

Published: 10 May 2017

Stress hormone study to finally settle debate over infant sleep training

Researchers aim to measure the stress hormone cortisol in babies and parents during different types of sleep training, to conclusively rule on which is the least stressful settling technique. Read more

Published: 09 May 2017