Kate Lee’s research discovered how just moments gazing at a green roofline can improve the mind-set of inner city workers.
Katrina Purcell discovered that long-term weight loss was not affected by how rapidly a person shed the kilos in the first place.
Daniel Ohlsen’s passion for ferns has not only led to the discovery of new species but also shown how far these plants have propagated.
Esther Chan examines how primary school teachers use a standardised assessment tool used in the classroom.
Rohani Mohamad spent six months studying four maths teachers who taught Years Seven-to-10 to find out how they assessed students and what this meant for their learning.
Catherine Granger is a physiotherapist who studied how exercise can help patients with lung cancer recover faster after surgery.
When Hossein Mokhtarzadeh studied mechanical engineering he did not expect to be using pig knees to understand injuries in humans.
Amy Gray’s research revolutionised the the medical care of children in Lao People’s Democratic Republic — and it all started with a small pocketbook.
Benjamin Wheaton’s PhD is part of a worldwide network of spinal studies that may one day contribute to recovery in people who have lost movement through injury.
Caitlyn Lehmann’s research discovers the pivotal role women's patronage played in cleaning up ballet's bordello reputation.