Team NeuRA at the City2Surf 2019

On August 11 2019, 54 people took on the City2Surf for Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA). The event is the world’s largest fun run with 80,000 participants taking on the 14km course, which stretches from Hyde Park in central Sydney to the iconic Bondi Beach. NeuRA thanks all of its fundraisers, who raised an incredible $30,903.  This funding will further NeuRA’s […]

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Four decades of discovery

Professor George Paxinos is one of the most senior and treasured researchers at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA). He is internationally recognised for his work mapping the human, rat and mouse brain, as well as many other animals. His first book, published nearly four decades ago, is the 3rd most cited book in all of science, after The Diagnostic and Statistical […]

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Reflections on NAIDOC Week 2019

NAIDOC Week is integral to the Aboriginal Health and Ageing Program’s work and forms a foundation of our approach to translation. It is an opportunity to share and translate research findings and project updates back to participating communities. It also provides us with a wonderful opportunity to hear stories from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and to share in cultural […]

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