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Efforts to address chronic malnutrition in billions of people have taken a step forward with Australian researchers defining processing conditions that boost the nutritional value of white rice.
A report into Australian youth homelessness to be launched today reveals more than 41 000 people aged between 15 and 23 seek help from homeless support agencies each year, with rural and regional youth particularly vulnerable. CSU Professor in Finance Adam Steen is one of three principal researchers behind The Cost of Youth Homelessness in Australia.
Academics at CSU have questioned whether the data collection systems used by schools and universities to improve education outcomes are actually beneficial.