Australia's researchers are top of the world

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    "Researchers in Australian universities are the best in the world in 14 fields of research, according to new data published on Wednesday in The Australian’s 2019 ­Research magazine...

    Some world No 1 researchers are located in places where many would not expect to them to be.

    Charles Sturt University’s Sharynne McLeod is based in Bathurst, west of the Dividing Range in NSW, where she is professor of speech and language ­acquisition. Her work, and academic leadership, is of such quality that not only does she personally top Australia, and the world, in audiology, speech and language pathology research, but her university is also the lead ­research institution in Australia in this field..."

    Period26 Sep 2019

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    • TitleAustralia’s researchers are top of the world
      Degree of recognitionNational
      Media name/outletThe Australian
      Media typePrint
      Country/TerritoryAustralia
      Date26/09/19
      DescriptionResearchers in Australian universities are the best in the world in 14 fields of research, according to new data published on Wednesday in The Australian’s 2019 ­Research magazine...Some world No 1 researchers are located in places where many would not expect to them to be.

      Charles Sturt University’s Sharynne McLeod is based in Bathurst, west of the Dividing Range in NSW, where she is professor of speech and language ­acquisition. Her work, and academic leadership, is of such quality that not only does she personally top Australia, and the world, in audiology, speech and language pathology research, but her university is also the lead ­research institution in Australia in this field.
      Producer/AuthorTim Dodd Higher and Jill Rowbotham
      URLhttps://www.theaustralian.com.au/higher-education/australias-researchers-are-top-of-the-world/news-story/da49e9723818fde2d28ce7a9d08f538c?btr=5ca2f8776dc8da4ab6efbc346f3064de
      PersonsSharynne McLeod