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Solving puzzles with AI engineering
Master of Engineering Alumni Raiyan Talkhani thinks that by using artificial intelligence researchers can better focus on their projects and health professionals have more time for their patients.
Uncovering the past with a gothic twist
When PhD Candidate Bethany Keats decided to investigate a mystery about the year her late grandmother went “missing”, she found that the family story doesn’t always match the historical record.
Experience has no substitute
From textbooks to treatments
From year four, our future doctors get a real taste of what being in the medical profession is all about. Hear from current fourth- and sixth-year students about their experiences and advice.
Speaking up for women's health
For her PhD in Public Health Dr Lea Merone explored why it is often ignored that women have a different physiology compared to men, and how this impacts the experiences of female patients.
Where JCU can take you
Turning the tides on reefs at risk
Coral and shellfish reefs are among the most biodiverse ecosystems on Earth. Covering less than 1 percent of the ocean, they are home to more than a quarter of all marine life.
Pursuing IT: The same path with 3 perspectives
Three JCU IT alumni have gone from the same high school to the same university and on to the same tech service. Though their paths look similar, they share the great experiences that they've each had.