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November 29, 2021

Alissa and Sonia set for South Korean adventure

Bond University students Alissa Woods and Sonia Clements have been announced as New Colombo Plan scholars for 2022. Read more

November 17, 2021

Not always greener: vegetarian diet quality influences mental health

Not all vegan and vegetarian diets are healthy - and one consequence of a low-quality plant-based diet could be poorer mental health. Read more

November 4, 2021

True grit – we measured it and found it protected doctors from career burnout

We studied 751 Obstetrics and Gynaecology doctors working in Australia and New Zealand and used an established test of “grit”. We found those who had it were... Read more

October 27, 2021

Police eat too much fat and protein, not enough carbs

The portly police officer munching on doughnuts is a well-worn stereotype. Now the authors of a series of studies suggest poor diet not only puts tactical... Read more

October 22, 2021

Humble Professor takes out top research award

Bond University has awarded its top research prize to the Director of the Clem Jones Centre for Regenerative Medicine. Professor Helen O’Neill said she was “... 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

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

September 22, 2021

Anti-shark device cuts likelihood of attack by two-thirds

A surfboard-mounted shark deterrent device has been found to reduce the likelihood of bite by 66 per cent during testing off Western Australia. Read more

September 16, 2021

Bond academic awarded NHMRC grant to research effective non-drug treatments

Sufferers of common ailments such as lower back pain and depression could soon seek relief through evidence-based effective non-drug treatments, thanks to... Read more

September 14, 2021

Our mobile phones are covered in bacteria and viruses… and we never wash them

COVID-19 has seen the world embrace sanitisers and formal hand washing procedures in our private lives like never before. But even as we’ve thought more and... Read more

February 18, 2022 (All day)

2022 Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Sport

Colloquium on Sport held 18th February 2022 at Bond University. Read more

February 22, 2022 - 17:00

Twilight Seminar: 'The Policing of Domestic and Family Violence within Queensland'

Please note this seminar has been postponed to February 2022. Join us for a multimodal Twilight Seminar on 'The Policing of Domestic and Family Violence... Read more