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From alumni starting game-changing businesses, to students (literally) kicking goals in sport, to research breakthroughs, there’s always something happening at Bond. See what Bondies have been up to and explore latest news from campus, the community and beyond.  

Food for Thought: Fresh fruits and veggies key to fighting depression

Dr Megan Lee has been examining the connection between dietary patterns and depression and discovered that eating foods as close to their natural state as possible could be the key to a healthier mind.

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EVR takes movies into a new dimension

If you think the 3D blockbuster Avatar: The Way of Water is impressive, stand by for Embodied Virtual Reality. EVR is set to change the way we watch movies.

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Mental health among construction workers – is anything really changing?

Construction tradies are 25 times more likely to be traumatised by their job than other Aussie workers.

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New research to support families impacted by child sexual abuse

New research from Bond University will help develop a tool to support families whose lives have been impacted by child sexual abuse.

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Former fighter pilot gains AFL-titude at Bond

A former fighter pilot and Harvard Law School student has tried his hand at another type of aerial combat.

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Baby Bull Sharks impress in heat

The Bond Bull Sharks launch their Cubs netball program.

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Bull Sharks Gear up for 2023 with All Blacks star

Retired All Blacks star Rico Gear will coach The Bull Sharks’ Colts 1 side this season.

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Brayden's degree could be worth its weight in medals

Brayden Williams shovels in 3400 calories a day, throws 142kg of weights around - and then he hits the books.

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Back-to-school blues? Here's how parents can help

Returning to school can be scary and anxiety-provoking for many children.

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Two-for-one deal as AFL scholar makes move north with best mate

Leaving school and moving interstate can daunting for a teenager but for Thomas Ferguson the move to Bond University was made easier by a little slice of familiarity.

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Sarah bonds with world-class research lab

Gold Coast local Sarah Tynan has become the first Bond University student to take part in the prestigious Amgen Scholars Research Program.

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A post-holiday slump is normal, but these clues signal it’s time for a new job

If you’ve found yourself feeling a bit flat after returning to work (or outright hating your job) this year, you’re not alone.

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