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How Bridgerton keeps us pining for more

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How Bridgerton keeps us pining for more

  • This Giving Day, 'Contact' spoke to Jackson Daylight – a Nughi man from Minjerribah (North Stradbroke) and a scholarship recipient at UQ – about what the support of donors has meant to him.
  • Ten years after establishing the Clem Jones Centre for Ageing Dementia Research, scientists like Professor Jürgen Götz and his team are working to stop Alzheimer’s disease in its tracks using ultrasound technology.
  • Each year, the United Nations celebrates the International Day of Rural Women – acknowledging the integral role rural women and girls play in society. In honour of the day, 'Contact' is revisiting the stories of some of UQ’s remarkable rural women.
  • Among the many questions raised by the Optus data leak is why the company was storing so much personal information for so long. UQ Senior Research Fellow Dr Brendan Walker-Munro explains.
  • By 2050, experts predict that climate change could kill off the 2 main coffee varieties we drink daily while also jeopardising 60 per cent of the planet’s 124 wild coffee plants.
  • E-scooters offer commuters and tourists a way to cover shorter distances quickly – and without breaking a sweat. But one question previously unanswered is: what about the weather? If the skies open, do e-scooter users switch to cars or public transport? What about intense summer heat? 
  • Contact asked experts from across UQ about why certain diseases – like monkeypox attract stigma, what impact this stigma has on various communities, and what we can do to stop it?
  • Australia is bracing for another wet spring and summer, but it’s not just the landscape and catchment areas that will struggle to cope with 1 million Australian households already facing extreme levels of insurance stress.
  • Meet the UQ graduate and children's author diving into the world of Sir David Attenborough.

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