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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.  

University news

Investing and the new Bitcoin buzz

The Bitcoin 'halving' is almost here, so what does that mean for investors and the future of Bitcoin?

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Culture war diminishes sustainable living need

Most people would prefer to see much less animal suffering in the world so why is there so much resentment towards those trying to do something about it?

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Shai takes trauma clinic from idea to impact

A student's idea for a specialist trauma psychology clinic takes top prize at Bond University's Transformer Launchpad competition.

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The universal secrets to being happy and Fin-tastic

According to the World Happiness Report, Nordic nations are consistently home to the world’s happiest people. Experts have a theory as to why this is the case.

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Research news

Stress levels in Australian workplaces among the highest

Working in the office might promote creativity and team building but for some employees the post-COVID return to work has led to heightened stress levels.

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Parents make mistakes. So what does ‘good enough parenting’ look like?

You do not have to be perfect in order to do a good job of raising a child. In fact, it may be better if you are not.

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Professor Tammy Hoffmann takes top honour at research awards

The Vice Chancellor's Research Awards 2023 highlights recognition of traditional Indigenous knowledge as a step towards reconciliation.

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Unpacking ACL injuries in female athletes

PhD student Adam Walker and Dr Larissa Sattler will present their research into ACL injuries during Research Week at Bond University.

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Sporting news

Games chair welcomes AI to the team

Australian Olympic Committee Chairman Ian Chesterman says AI is one of the biggest challenges facing the future of the Olympic Games.

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Bull Sharks win battle of the students against UQ

AFL wrap: Riewoldt Family AFL Scholarship holder Maisy Evans dominates in QAFLW clash of the students.

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Bull Sharks retain Brailsford-Brown Cup

Rugby wrap: Mick Heenan orchestrates a win over UQ to secure bragging rights over his old club.

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Bull Sharks primed for double header at The Canal

AFL preview: A flood of talent is back for the QAFLW side and a Grand Final rematch in the QFA.

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