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January 27, 2021

Screen time and COVID stress loom large for families

It's that time of year when parents fret about the amount of screen time their kids have had during the holidays – and how to wean them off as school... Read more

January 27, 2021

OAM for Professor Tammy Hoffmann, the patient’s friend

Bond University’s Professor Tammy Hoffmann has received a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for her services to clinical epidemiology and occupational... Read more

January 20, 2021

Far from a sign of trouble, forgetfulness could indicate brain efficiency

Have you ever run into a work colleague at the supermarket and failed to recognise them? Blame your brilliant, lazy brain. A new study led by Assistant... Read more

December 4, 2020

Hat-trick of success for Professor Paul Glasziou

The Director of Bond University’s Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare (IEBH), Professor Paul Glasziou, has for the third successive year been named in a... Read more

October 23, 2020

Veteran's research for Diggers wins top prize

A military veteran whose research helps prevent injuries among fellow soldiers and first responders has received Bond University’s top prize for research... Read more

October 8, 2020

Warm congratulations to Hot List duo

Bond University Associate Professors Lotti Tajouri and Christian Moro have been included on The Educator's 2020 Higher Education Hot List. Read more

October 7, 2020

Race to publish COVID-19 research could result in patient harm

Dozens of studies into COVID-19 have been discredited as researchers rush to share their findings, sometimes cutting corners in the process. Read more

August 12, 2020

Exercise and nutrition vital for breast cancer patients

A new study by a Bond University researcher has revealed the importance of exercise and nutrition for women while being treated for metastatic breast cancer.  Read more

August 11, 2020

Research advances closer to cure for untreatable blindness

A cure for the western world's leading cause of untreatable blindness could be within reach following research breakthroughs at Bond University. Read more

June 17, 2020

Research aims to make ACL rehabilitation cheaper and more effective

Half of amateur and junior athletes who suffer an Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury never return to competitive sport. Read more

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