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October 20, 2021

Bond University boosting Solomon Islands’ bid to top the 2023 Pacific Games medal tally on home soil

A new partnership between the university and Solomon Islands Sport Leadership Institute (SISLI) will involve Bond Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science ... Read more

October 20, 2021

Queensland entrepreneur gets UFC's blood pumping with restriction cuff

It’s the home of mega-athletes Conor McGregor, Amanda Nunes and Australia’s own Robert Whittaker, and now the UFC has teamed up with a fitness product... Read more

October 19, 2021

How many days a week in the office are enough? You shouldn’t need to ask

COVID-19 has fundamentally changed our relationship with the office. After the enforced experiment of lockdowns pushing about 40% of the labour force into... Read more

October 19, 2021

New algorithm hunts down money launderers

A researcher at Bond University has developed an algorithm that sniffs out dodgy shell companies used by the rich and powerful to hide wealth and avoid tax. Read more

October 13, 2021

Caroline’s ode to a feuding town, a missing man and a pub with a croc

Bond University academic and author Caroline Graham has written a book about a quirky Outback town and one of Australia’s most infamous missing person cases. Read more

October 11, 2021

Australia had a record number of police shootings in the past year. Should we be concerned?

Data released by the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) this week show fatal police shootings in Australia have reached an all-time high. Read more

October 11, 2021

Don’t wear earphones all day – your ears need to breathe

Being untethered from our phones or devices means we are likely to wear earphones for longer periods. As a result, you might notice your ears feeling more... Read more

October 11, 2021

Bond Law graduate's journey from offender to legal executive

Josh Apanui’s first contact with the justice system was as an offender. Fuelled by a desire to give back to his community and to break down barriers for... Read more

September 29, 2021

Physio Joel’s fresh approach to get athletes fighting fit

A Gold Coast physiotherapist has taken the unique step of basing his business from a combat sport centre to help give athletes a winning edge over their rivals. Read more

September 29, 2021

Brain patients safe as houses after new test

Showing photos of Queenslander houses to people with brain disorders could predict their risk of becoming lost during everyday outings. Read more