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American College of Medical Genetics and genomics publishes clinical practice resource on hearing loss

American College of Medical Genetics and genomics publishes clinical practice resource on hearing loss

The American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG) has released a new Clinical Practice Resource that will help direct the treatment of patients with hearing loss: “Clinical Evaluation and Etiologic Diagnosis of Hearing Loss: A Clinical Practice Resource of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics.” This ACMG …

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Why the craft of weaving together science and policy is more critical now than ever

Why the craft of weaving together science and policy is more critical now than ever

In the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, many world leaders asserted something that seemed sensible – and welcome – to fans of science everywhere: put simply, that they would ‘follow the science’. But if you step on to a modern university campus, or take a tour through the variety …

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Free Education for Life | Policies | Australian Greens

Free Education for Life | Policies | Australian Greens

Education is too expensive. From early childhood, through to school, TAFE & university, education should be for free, no matter who you are. Liberal and Labor have allowed too much funding to go to private education and training institutions.  Your vote is powerful. If just a few hundred people change …

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Further support for international education sector and international students

Further support for international education sector and international students

The Morrison Government will introduce further targeted measures to support the international education sector to roar back, as international borders reopen. More than $37 million will be available to support those international education providers most affected by COVID-19. Extended regulatory fee waivers and additional grants are elements of this. In …

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