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  2. aai.murdoch.edu.au/pubs/acsc2004-bell-preprint.pdf
    18 Apr 2016: "#$%'&(),-,./ 01 2#$%, 34 5#$3, /. 687:9<; >=1;@?; BACA DFECGIHJ9<; > ALK; > EC7. MONQPSRIR:T> RVUXWYR:Z%[S O]_a $MON, bc deN, f dSbcgV Qh_bi] kjlRVU MI] $mndpoO q rnh. s R:t] qP u$v pwVPyxpMz] $m$dpoO q rnhaxS{ 2biU|:x> MON R]_T} v deo Z v bcTC O:I
  3. www.murdoch.edu.au/School-of-Veterinary-and-Life-Sciences/_document/Research-Bulletins/VLSresearch-strategy-2015-Chinese-version---pdf
    4 Sep 2015: 研究与教学 初级生产 动物与人类卫生 环境. 兽医与生命科学学院. 兽医与生命科学学院的研究 2. 我们的研究: 让世界变得更美好. 国家感谢声明.
  4. www.murdoch.edu.au/School-of-Psychology-and-Exercise-Science/_document/Research-Results/E.-Buonaiuto_The-Very-Heavy-Burden.pdf
    17 Oct 2018: “The Very Heavy Burden”: A Mixed Methods Investigation of Media and Masculinity Effects on Male Body Dissatisfaction. Ethics Project Number: 2017/170 Researcher: Eliana Kasichon Buonaiuto Supervisor: Olivia Monson Research Completed: November
  5. www.murdoch.edu.au/School-of-Veterinary-and-Life-Sciences/_document/Announcements/161/The-Changing-Research-Environment-Program.pdf
    25 Oct 2017: “The Changing Research Environment” 10 November | 10.00am – 12.00pm | Hill Lecture Theatre. 10.00 Dr CHRIS HALLETT Dr Chris Hallett is a marine and estuarine ecologist in the Centre for Fish and Fisheries Research. He is currently engaged as a
  6. www.murdoch.edu.au/news/articles/because-of-her-we-can!-aboriginal-women-recognised-for-their-inspiring-roles-as-part-of-naidoc-week-2018
    This year, NAIDOC Week is recognising the invaluable contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have made – and continue to make – in their communities, families; Australia’s rich history and to our nation.
  7. www.murdoch.edu.au/news/articles/because-of-her-we-can!-aboriginal-women-recognised-for-their-inspiring-roles-as-part-of-naidoc-week-2018
    12 Jul 2018: This year, NAIDOC Week is recognising the invaluable contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have made – and continue to make – in their communities, families; Australia’s rich history and to our nation.
  8. www.murdoch.edu.au/news/articles/undercover-lecture-series-to-reveal-research-secrets
    World leading researchers from Murdoch University will be presenting a series of free public lectures on topics as diverse as covert whale research and the use of insects to help solve crimes, starting later this month.
  9. www.murdoch.edu.au/news/articles/undercover-lecture-series-to-reveal-research-secrets
    16 Feb 2017: World leading researchers from Murdoch University will be presenting a series of free public lectures on topics as diverse as covert whale research and the use of insects to help solve crimes, starting later this month.
  10. www.murdoch.edu.au/_document/Misc/Murdoch-ARC-Projects.pdf
    6 May 2016: ‘Tiresome ticks: Ecology and transmission of tick-borne disease in Australia’. Administering Organisation: Murdoch University. Investigators:. 1 Prof Peter Irwin. Chief Investigator Murdoch University. Murdoch University. 2 Prof Una Ryan Chief
  11. www.murdoch.edu.au/news/articles/spectacular-opportunity-for-wa-s-lithium-industry
    Murdoch University Chancellor David Flanagan says Western Australia has an enormous opportunity to contribute to the future of the planet through its burgeoning lithium ion battery industry.

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