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Australia?s mainland state capital cities have recently published metropolitan plans to guide their future direction and growth. Housing requirements remain couched in supply-side terms: as target numbers and expectations that the market will provide.
Social support of older people with disability in China has not been researched with social policy analysis. We apply a disability rights framework in four domains ? protection, economic security, social support and participation ?
Australia is ominously situated in a period of significant environmental change caused by continued warming of the Earth. Changing sea-levels and variation in national water storage present challenges that are at the forefront of Australian consciousness.
This project will show how Australia's unique status as an island continent has shaped Australian literature. Key questions posed are: How was the colonial cartography of the Australian mainland and islands represented in literature?
This project will contribute to the national priority goal of 'strengthening Australia's social and economic fabric to help families and individuals live healthy, productive, and fulfilling lives', within the National Research Priority of 'promoting good health and well being for all Australians'
This project has three linked benefits to Australia. One, it is the first study to use environmental genomics analysis in an Australian marine ecosystem, thus bringing into the Australian scientific community the cutting edge technology for studying diverse microbial communities.
Mistaken identification is the leading cause of miscarriages of justice. In recent years there has been a rapid proliferation in the use of identification technologies in criminal justice and intelligence contexts.
The relationship between the Centre for Marine Bio-Innovation and the Sydney Institute of Marine Science (SIMS) provides another example of an ongoing initiative that enhances the CMB’s (and UNSW’s) capabilities.