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UFS English Whit#1 Sentence Connectors Part 4 of 6

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UFS Academic English Lesson: Cohesive Devices – Part 4/6.

UFS English Whit#1 Sentence Connectors Part 3 of 6

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UFS Academic English Lesson: Cohesive Devices – Part 3/6 Pair Work.

UFS English Whit#1 Sentence Connectors Part 2 of 6

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UFS Academic English Lesson: Cohesive Devices – Part 2/6

UFS English Whit#1 Sentence Connectors Part 5 of 6

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UFS Academic English Lesson: Cohesive Devices – Part 5/6.

King of the Corporate Jungle

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Ten finalists from UNSW's Media Portfolio course compete in a battle of pitches to industry professionals. Who will be king of the corporate jungle?

The case for recognising indigenous Australians in our constitution

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Prime Minister Tony Abbott has promised to hold a referendum on recognising Aboriginal peoples in the Australian constitution. Professor George Williams from UNSW's Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law provides three things that you may not know about Australia’s Constitution – three facts that make this task pressing and important.

Law and Society

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For all topics related to the Faculties of Law and Arts and Social Sciences.

Shockwaves

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Using cameras that operate at a million frames a second, UNSW's Dr Harald Kleine captures shockwave phenomena - anything from explosive blasts and bullets to the supersonic flows around jet aircraft.

NSi Inventor of Year finalist: Obada Kayali

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Obada Kayali is one of 11 finalists in the 2009 NSI Inventor of the Year Awards.



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