Menzies Foundation news

Official news, updates and media releases on the Menzies Foundation activities are available here.

  • Composer recognised around the world

    20-Sep-2016

    This week at the Boston Conservatory, Harvard Menzies Scholar and composer, Nicholas Vines, will be central to Guerilla Opera's new production of Loose, Wet and Perforated, having provided the music and libretto for its 10thanniversary production.

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  • Disruptive energy idea leads to engineering scholarship

    19-Sep-2016

    The 2017 Menzies Scholar in Engineering is set to help bring cheaper, more efficient, zero-emission electricity to markets at home and abroad by combining business nous with his electrical engineering skills.

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  • Menzies HIQ turns one in excellent health

    15-Sep-2016

    Menzies Health Institute Queensland has marked its first birthday with a clean bill of health. The important partnership between Griffith University and the Menzies Foundation has resulted in the first health and medical research institute in Australia dedicated to allied health research and translation.

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  • Autism App wins national iAward

    05-Sep-2016

    Based on research by Dr Josie Barbaro, the ASDetect app which aids with the early identification of autism, has won the National iAward for Research and Development Project of the year.

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  • Understanding cultural differences in the experience of chronic pain

    25-Aug-2016

    A physiotherapist who is studying the cultural differences in pain awareness, management and patient interactions, has been awarded the 2017 Sir Robert Menzies Research Scholarship in the Allied Health Sciences.

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  • Justice Kenny's advice for potential law scholars

    22-Aug-2016

    Justice Susan Kenny has some pretty clear advice for law graduates looking to take their careers to the next level with the Menzies Law Scholarship or the Sir Ninian Stephen Menzies Scholarship in International Law.

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  • Diving head-long into life

    18-Aug-2016

    Two-time Australian Olympic Diver and Harvard Menzies Scholar, Mike Murphy, says the transition from Olympian to the next phase of life presents significant challenges for many athletes. But 20 years on from his last Olympic appearance, the message he'd like to give them is pretty clear: there is so much more to life.

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