A common caterpillar could be the key to reducing waste from the trillion polyethylene plastic bags we use each year.
Researchers have come up with a cheap, rapid test to identify disease-causing bacteria that have developed resistance to the so-called ‘antibiotic of last resort’, colistin.
There is no such thing as wetland legislation in Australia but there have been a multitude of environmental legislation that is directly applicable to managing wetlands, hence often treated as wetland legislation.
The new Australian Curriculum prioritises the teaching of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives as one of three major cross-curricular themes. The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures priority aims to deepen students’ understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and knowledge traditions.
This unique workshop is targeted to Health and Safety professionals who want to learn how to manage individualised workplace bullying risk. We focus on helping you to understand why and how workplace bullying is a health and safety risk; and how to eliminate or manage that risk using an individual assessment approach.
Numbers are the language of business. This course is aimed at improving contract professionals’ knowledge of how the numbers work in a business setting and how they can affect an organisation.
This course informs business and government about contracts, delivering critical legal knowledge for anyone who has any exposure to contracts of whatever size, value and type. During the one day intensive program you will examine the law and commercial factors affecting the contract lifecycle, from formation, through performance to completion.
At a time when we are moving forward with massive city building infrastructure projects procrastination is an exercise in value escape rather than value capture. Meanwhile there are countless examples where opportunist landholders or developers are making huge windfall profits.
A global online community dedicated to improving knowledge on the science of learning has been launched by prestigious international publishing group Nature Research and The University of Queensland. UQ Queensland Brain Institute director Professor Pankaj Sah said the npj Science of Learning Community website was a space for teachers, policymakers and scientists working in neuroscience, education and psychology to discuss how to enhance learning in schools.
The City of Stonnington have been using CareerSpot for a number of years for advertising job vacancies and couldn’t be happier with the service provided and the traffic generated to our Careers website. The staff are fantastic; every Friday when we advertise they check in to see if we need anything uploaded to CareerSpot and get this organised for us, it’s so simple for organisations! The weekly email distribution and diverse industry job boards means our vacancies are reaching a wide audience of both active and passive candidates.
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