Research news & events

August 31, 2017

Tools of the Trade Researcher Sessions

Our Tools of the Trade Researcher Sessions in Bond Break Week were a great hit Read more

August 24, 2017

Environmental expert puts Moreton Bay under the microscope

Moreton Bay - the jewel in the crown of south-east Queensland - has been put under the microscope in a new publication written by leading marine scientist,... Read more

August 17, 2017

Expanded definition polycystic ovary syndrome is harming women

The decision by experts to widen the definition of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) has boosted its prevalence, caused psychological harm, but brought no clear... Read more

August 17, 2017

Solutions emerge for problem of Too Much Medicine

Researchers at Bond University have today published a landmark article in one of the world’s leading medical journals, The BMJ, canvassing solutions to the... Read more

August 17, 2017

Health leaders call for national plan to address overdiagnosis and related overtreatment

Influential groups of Australian clinicians, consumers and policy makers have today launched a call to action to address the problems of overdiagnosis and... Read more

August 16, 2017

State of play: National study reveals video games’ benefits

New research by Bond University and the Interactive Games & Entertainment Association (IGEA) has shown video and computer games are no longer just about... Read more

August 2, 2017

New research highlights challenges of building networks for employees and entrepreneurs

Building diverse networks with people different from ourselves allows people to access new information and resources, according to new research by Libby Sander... Read more

July 10, 2017

Aussie GPs are overprescribing antibiotics

Australian general practitioners are prescribing antibiotics for acute respiratory infections (ARIs) at rates that are 4 to 9 times higher than recommended by... Read more

July 4, 2017

Drug company promotion to doctors endemic in Australia: Potential influence of sponsored events revealed

An analysis of drug company-funded events in Australia has raised concerns about commercial influence. Researchers have created a searchable database providing... Read more

June 27, 2017

New research shows female sleep apnoea sufferers are going under the radar

A new study suggesting that men and women are affected differently by sleep disorders could have a significant impact on the current Medical Benefits Scheme (... Read more

October 10, 2017 - 14:00

Research Integrity Training Workshop | Best Practice in Research

Early Career Researchers are warmly encouraged to attend a Research Integrity Workshop, which will be aimed at both HDR students (studying for a PhD or Masters... Read more

October 11, 2017 - 09:30

Ethics Training Day | Dealing with Vulnerability

This is the sixth year that Bond University will host this free event for ethics committee members from across the region. This year the focus will be on... Read more

October 20, 2017 - 09:00

Bond University Medicine Program Research Conference

You are invited to attend the inaugural 2017 Medicine Program Conference “A Measure of Tomorrow” that will showcase the research and project work undertaken... Read more