ANZAC Day 2021 – Lest We Forget

The word ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. The soldiers who fought together became known as Anzacs, exemplifying a tradition of service, selflessness and mateship. April 25th was officially designated ANZAC Day in 1916 by Australia and New Zealand. It is a national holiday in both countries and a day of remembrance.…

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Take a Virtual Kokoda Track Memorial Walk to the ANZAC Research Institute

The Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway is an 800 metre track along the Brays Bay foreshore that acts as a living memorial and site of commemoration for all those who fought for Australia during World War II. The walkway has been planted with tropical vegetation that resembles the conditions of the original Kokoda Track, and leads…

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Remembrance Day

Each year, at 11am on the 11th of November, Australians observe one minute’s silence in memory of those who have died or suffered in all wars and armed conflicts. Known as Armistice Day, or Remembrance Day, the day is commemorated across the country in different ways. In the Covid era, many will participate in virtual…

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2020 Griffith Hack Concord Research Awards supported by Griffith Hack, the CRGH Research Committee and the ANZAC Research Institute.

The 2020 Griffith Hack Concord Innovation Research Awards are presented to researchers or research groups that have developed research that has the potential for commercialisation. Griffith Hack will then work with them over the next 12 months to evaluate and/or capture their IP or develop a monetisation roadmap that would assist them going forward. Over…

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ANZAC Day – A Day of Remembrance

Anzac Day 2020

Commemorating ANZAC Day The word ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. The soldiers who fought together became known as Anzacs, exemplifying a tradition of service, selflessness and mateship. April 25th was officially designated ANZAC Day in 1916 by Australia and New Zealand. It is a national holiday in both countries and a…

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New Discovery Newsletter Available – August 2019

ANZAC Research Institute Discovery Newsletter August 2019

See our latest ANZAC Research Institute Discovery Newsletter – August 2019. Some of the main news items: Discover why some Australians are more likely to have cardiovascular disease Sydney hosts International Asian Oceanic CMT Conference Young Investigator Award for Andrology Research into Male Fertility A Rewarding Partnership – NSW Ministery of Health Grant Sacrifice Was…

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New Discovery Newsletter available

ANZAC Research Institute Discovery Newsletter March 2019

Learn how research at the ANZAC is putting the breaks on breast cancer, how a generous bequest has provided new equipment in the fight against disease and how blood research could mean better outcomes for Cardiovascular patients. All in the latest ANZAC Research Institute Discovery Newsletter: https://anzac.edu.au/our-newsletter/ https://anzac.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/AnzacDiscoveryMar2019_online.pdf

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