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Masculine facial features could denote autism

Autism is a complex, neurodevelopmental disorder, yet UWA researchers have found it can potentially be assessed at face value. In conjunction with colleagues from the Telethon Kids Institute and Princess Margaret Hospital for Children, UWA research associates Syed Zulqarnain Gilani and Diana ...

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Birmo announces regional education review

Hugh* was born and reared in Morven, southwest Queensland. Population: 300. His family relocated to a slightly larger town, Charleville, when he began high school. From there, he went on to study engineering. Following this, he was employed by a mid-size ...

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Academic warns anorexia film cuts to the bone

To the Bone is rated MA15+, meaning children under the age of 15 may not legally watch, buy or hire it unless they are in the company of a parent or adult guardian. According to Deakin psychologist, associate professor Ross King, for this film ...

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Clearer ATAR system promised by 2019

Students are being promised a clearer and easier way to find out what scores they need to get into Australian university courses within the next few years. A report into admissions systems published late last year found universities were not ...

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