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08 January 2015

Having a plan for pets in bushfire season can help protect the whole family, according to CQUniversity Adelaide researcher Dr Kirrilly Thompson.

26 November 2014

In the space of a few decades, train drivers have moved their gaze away from external conditions outside their window - instead regulating speed while tracking a display screen within the cabin.

19 November 2014
Dr Danielle Every is conducting a survey as part of her asylum seeker destinations project

The poignant image of 'Sam the koala' drinking bottled water during a bushfire has helped spark a conversation about animals in bushfires, as well as compassion.

Showdown looms over whether babies should be left to cry

A showdown is looming between two academics with conflicting views on whether babies should be left on their own to cry. Read more

Published: 12 November 2014

Two million Aussies are 'on call' while asleep, researchers to assess impact

Two million Australians are on-call while asleep, and now researchers have been funded to assess the impact on-call work has on sleep, stress and their performance next day. Read more

Published: 05 November 2014

Increasing inclusion, resilience for homeless people during disasters

Despite not appearing to have a home or mainstream income, homeless people still face displacement and loss of income following a disaster. Read more

Published: 04 November 2014

Increasing inclusion and resilience for homeless people during disasters

People experiencing homelessness are unlikely to have a TV, mobile or computer to receive disaster warnings, they can't store extra resources, and they may be socially isolated. Read more

Published: 04 November 2014

When it comes to pets in our bed, researchers not prepared to let sleeping dogs lie

CQUniversity researchers are embarking on a more intensive survey of the effects of ‘human-animal co-sleeping’ after a preliminary study indicating those who co-slept with pets took longer to fall asleep and were more likely to wake up tired. Read more

Published: 30 October 2014

Australia has a chance to save many more lives by bolstering horse safety

Australia has the chance to save many more lives and to avoid many injuries with a multi-faceted approach to bolstering horse safety. Read more

Published: 30 October 2014

Investigating role of chronic sleep loss in Type 2 diabetes

CQUniversity's Associate Professor Greg Roach and Dr Charli Sargent have secured a coveted NHMRC grant to investigate the role of chronic sleep loss in contributing to Type 2 diabetes. Read more

Published: 20 October 2014