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Macquarie University scientists uncover Australian ant-slayer spider’s hunting secrets: macq.it/3BmC3KQ

@MarieHerberstei @bioarach
 
Our researchers are set to lead a first-of-its-kind sea cucumber monitoring project across the Great Barrier Reef, utilising remote-sensing such as underwater and aerial drones, and machine learning techniques: macq.it/3BF4HbC

#GreatBarrierReef @urchinhunter @MQSciEng
 
New funding to help track and sustain important reef animals: macq.it/3BF4HbC

#GreatBarrierReef @urchinhunter
 
A declining and isolated population of emus on the NSW North Coast is in danger of disappearing, but new genetic research will help rescuers work out the best way to help the group recover: macq.it/3L3JTxE
 
Psychologists from Macquarie University’s mental health service, #MindSpot, have identified five key types of behaviour that contribute to good mental health – and they think they could help people not only in Australia, but around the world: macq.it/3DgJu92
 
Public health researcher Dr Josephine Chau finds herself in the odd position of having been inspired by vacuum cleaner dust.. macq.it/3AHS9zT
Share your steps for science: study to explore pandemic's exercise impact
lighthouse.mq.edu.au
 
The environmental impact of our digital lives is surprisingly high: macq.it/3Ae85bu

@jess_emclean
 
I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s posts from @MacquarieMuseum - pop in and see us! We’re open 10-5, Mon-Fri, and it’s free for all to visit. There’s so much more to see - from Neolithic stone tools to 1960s kitchen gadgets. Every object tells 1000 stories. #historyweek2022
 
Moments of Australian political activism reflected in objects on display @MacquarieMuseum : a badge from the Aboriginal Tent Embassy (50 years this year!), a suffragette postcard, a ‘70s feminist poster and a 1945 pamphlet critiquing the White Australia Policy. #historyweek2022
 
Glimpses of ‘East Meet West’ - an exhibition about the age of the Crusades, on until 16 Sept. Tomorrow night, all are welcome for a free lecture on the Crusades by Dr Keagan Brewer, then an after-hours viewing with the Museum Director. Details & tix: tinyurl.com/47fr2b49
 
Sometimes the small things intrigue me most. This little Mycenaean Phi figurine, Late Bronze Age, is only 13cm tall. It’s slim body could have been gripped by a small child, perhaps carried as a protective talisman or used in ritual ⁦@MacquarieMuseum#historyweek2022 pic.twitter.com/0HFIG7pXfj
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Big thanks to @SusanLupack for helping me better understand the possible meanings of this object for Mycenaean people. It’s inspiring to work with so many brilliant historians @mq_dha⭐️
 
Sometimes the small things intrigue me most. This little Mycenaean Phi figurine, Late Bronze Age, is only 13cm tall. It’s slim body could have been gripped by a small child, perhaps carried as a protective talisman or used in ritual ⁦@MacquarieMuseum#historyweek2022
 
The theme of #historyweek2022 is #handsonhistory so we’ve been working with students on practical skills today. Prof Martin Bommas (Museum Director) led a workshop on copying ancient inscriptions and reliefs - a practice known as ‘epigraphy’. Painstaking work! @MacquarieMuseum
 
Here’s a close up view of one of my favourite pieces: an intricate weaving by Burarra (Martay) artist Sally Garromara. It takes the form of a traditional fish trap and is suspended in the air here as if floating through water. #historyweek2022 @MacquarieMuseum #indigenousart
 
This morning’s object handling workshop was awesome! Edward (blue top) led the students through how to carefully handle fragile objects and how to examine them for distinctive features, repairs, techniques, etc. @MacquarieMuseum #historyweek2022
 
Just a tiny selection of the gorgeous ancient glass on display. A stylish Egyptian woman would have worn the blue and white candy striped earrings about 3400 years ago (18th dynasty) - and I wouldn’t mind wearing them today! #historyweek2022
 
A view of the ⁦@MacquarieMuseum⁩ in the quiet of the morning. #historyweek2022
 
Behind the scenes: my museum colleague Edward Cooper (also an archaeology student here at MQ), prepares objects for a handling session with students today. Most of our 18k objects are kept in this store room & much used in teaching and research #historyweek2022 @MacquarieMuseum
 
I’m Josephine Touma from Macquarie University History Museum @MacquarieMuseum and I’ll be taking over Macquarie Uni’s Twitter account today in celebration of #historyweek2022
 
 
For the sake of our democracy, Australia needs a national approach to media freedom that moves it from afterthought to the forefront of public life, writes Macquarie University Professor of Journalism @PeterGreste: macq.it/3CE6gaB

#auspol
 
The step data from our wearable devices can tell Macquarie University researchers more about our activity levels during lockdown, and even may hold insights into increasing our activity under normal circumstances: macq.it/3AHS9zT
 
Professor Fred Watson explains, why we can't get enough of twinkling stars: macq.it/3R4KaCL

@StargazerFred @MQPhysAstro
 
How might recognising coercive control as a form of violence save lives? Dr Kate Gleeson, Associate Professor at Macquarie Law School, explains the proposed amendments to the NSW Crimes Act and the NSW Domestic Violence Act: macq.it/3Aif4jQ
Coercive control: How proposed new laws will work
lighthouse.mq.edu.au
 
Macquarie University’s Astronomy Open Night is September 17. @StargazerFred and colleague @darkskyaus will be manning the Australasian Dark Sky Alliance stand & @NASA James Webb Telescope @NASAWebb: macq.it/3KEFr8a
September 1 may be upon us but Macquarie University astrophysicist Dr Ángel R. López-Sánchez says spring in the Southern Hemisphere won’t begin until September 23: macq.it/3czp8gf

@El_Lobo_Rayado @MQSciEng pic.twitter.com/ANaeVBFqUC
 
September 1 may be upon us but Macquarie University astrophysicist Dr Ángel R. López-Sánchez says spring in the Southern Hemisphere won’t begin until September 23: macq.it/3czp8gf

@El_Lobo_Rayado @MQSciEng
 
With the return to ‘normal’ shopping patterns following the lifting of COVID restrictions, what does the future hold for Australian shopping centres? Macquarie University retail historian Dr Matthew Bailey explores the question: macq.it/3A2eu9A
 
While the current spike in inflation is being driven by factors beyond the control of the #ReserveBank, there is a lesson it should heed from Australia’s past, explains Dr Ben Wang from the Macquarie Business School.: macq.it/3pG3Q3J

#auspol #inflation
How high can inflation go?
lighthouse.mq.edu.au
 
The World Health Organisation has declared #monkeypox to be a global health emergency. Macquarie University infectious diseases expert, Emeritus Professor Peter Curson, explains what you need to know about the disease: macq.it/3CdZf0d
 
💭 In Australia, who dictates the official change of the seasons?
 
Tackling modern slavery in the Australian workplace: macq.it/3oB7jQl
 
 
Professor Enrico Coiera predicted 10 years ago that our health system was in risky territory with the soaring digitisation in healthcare. Are those concerns still valid: macq.it/3JcbKdR
 
 
Congratulations to Dr Noushin Nasiri from the School of Engineering for being named one of the top 20 scientific researchers under 40 in Australia: macq.it/3RlwbYU

#Engineering #STEM @MQSciEng pic.twitter.com/ZrWhVysGTJ
 
Congratulations to Dr Noushin Nasiri from the School of Engineering for being named one of the top 20 scientific researchers under 40 in Australia: macq.it/3RlwbYU

#Engineering #STEM @MQSciEng
 
Digital damage: Is your online life polluting the planet? macq.it/3Ae85bu

@jess_emclean #auspol
 
The cardinal role of press freedom and how to protect it: macq.it/3CE6gaB

#mediafreedom @PeterGreste
 
 
Two year study shows living seawalls promote regeneration in Sydney Harbour: macq.it/3BkCLKc

#RevitalizeTheOcean @MelanieJBishop @LivingSeawalls
 
Our belief that we’ve won the war against infectious disease is badly misplaced. Emeritus Professor Peter Curson says our best approach is to find more effective ways of coping with pandemics: macq.it/3SQgdHN
 
One in five Australians suffer from irritable bowel syndrome, a painful problem that can be highly disruptive to day-to-day life. MQ Health Gastroenterologist Professor Rupert Leong explains what IBS is and how it can be treated: macq.it/3zAbmCW
 
'In the CAVE: An Ethics Podcast’ is back with S2, exploring 5 new philosophical topics. Episode 1 explores moral responsibility and how emotions such as anger impact it. New episodes released weekly. Listen here (and catch up on S1 if you missed it) omny.fm/shows/in-the-c…
 
Shorter emails, camera-off Zoom calls and deleting old photos could reduce our digital carbon footprints – but sustainability expert Dr Jessica McLean says governments and organisations need to take responsibility: macq.it/3Ae85bu

@jess_emclean
 
Protein could provide answers to the cause of dementia: macq.it/3NzNwek

#dementia #dementiaresearch @MQ_DRC
 
 
Share your steps for science: study to explore pandemic's exercise impact macq.it/3AHS9zT

#publichhealth
 
Healthy people 65+ with a high level of a certain marker in their blood are 35 times more likely to transition to mild cognitive impairment or Alzheimer’s. Macquarie Medical School's Dr David Lovejoy explains the results of his team’s cutting-edge study: macq.it/3CgVFSG
New hope for early Alzheimer's alert, and a chance to change course
lighthouse.mq.edu.au
 
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Joined @drsangitareddy to meet Australian @Macquarie_Uni medical students 🇦🇺 studying at @HospitalsApollo in #Hyderabad 🇮🇳under a ground breaking program which creates doctors with global skills. As a cohort they will be well placed to help tackle global health challenges.
 
💭 What's the most important thing a graduate should know before their first interview?
 
 
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