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In Features this morning

There’s a bunch that can be done to support students’ mental health. Nicole Crawford (National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education) and Sheridan Emery (U Tas) explain.

Dr Crawford is a panellist on student mental health at the Needed Now in Teaching and Learning conference, today, 11.30-12.30 AEST. Book a ZOOM spot, here.

Plus, Merlin Crossley (UNSW) asks “where are the clones?” but concludes “there (don’t) have to be clones.”

Angel Calderon (RMIT)  examines the Nature Index and Scopus indexed publications and reports good results for Australian universities in 2020. And the worse to come may not be as bad expected all over.

And, Kim Carr (Labor senator for Victoria) explains why the government should not tick the patent box and instead look to the Review of the Three Fs for ideas on funding research and development.


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