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Do you respond to questions quickly? You might be seen as an extravert
Fri, 24 Jun 2022
New research explores the link between response timing and perceived extraversion, and how it influences hiring decisions and other interpersonal situations.

Preventing vandalism in tourism: A multi-dimensional approach
Thu, 16 Jun 2022
A new study examines vandalism prevention in tourism and proposes a framework for reducing tourism-linked vandalism.

Mr Philip Forrest awarded in 2022 Queen’s Birthday Honours List
Mon, 13 Jun 2022
Congratulations to Mr Philip Forrest AM, a member of the Advisory Board at James Cook University in Singapore, for being appointed a Member of the Order of Australia.

JCU in Singapore signs MOU with Ocean Purpose Project to enhance collaboration and promote sustainability
Mon, 13 Jun 2022
The collaboration aims to benefit communities by promoting and furthering knowledge in sustainability and aquaculture.

James Cook University, Singapore supported aspiring Indian students through Admission Day event
Wed, 8 Jun 2022
Prospective students in India got to connect with James Cook University, Singapore to learn more about the University’s diverse courses and student experience.

James Cook University in Singapore and Apex Harmony Lodge sign Memorandum of Understanding
Fri, 20 May 2022
An important collaboration to bolster learning, teaching and research opportunities in social and health sciences, in partnership with a pioneer in dementia care in Singapore.

Crocodile meat can be a dangerous alternative for people allergic to fish
Fri, 20 May 2022
The first reptile allergen has been discovered, suggesting that crocodile meat, a healthy protein source, can trigger allergic reactions in those allergic to fish.

James Cook University in Singapore students majoring in aquaculture learn to investigate aquatic bacterial diseases in new subject offering
Wed, 18 May 2022
Bacterial Diseases can cause large production losses in Aquaculture.

Terror Management Theory: Thinking about death can bring out the worst in us
Tue, 17 May 2022
A new study makes use of big data analysis to examine terror management theory’s effects amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

Staying cyber-safe as cities get smarter
Mon, 9 May 2022
Dr Steve Kerrison and Ms Shazina Zaini explored the cybersecurity risks that the public, businesses, and government face as smart technologies become increasingly widespread.

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