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Wagga CSU reseachers and TRAC students work together to solve animal and human health problems | The Daily Advertiser

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A group of students at The Riverina Anglican College will be at the forefront of future scientific breakthroughs after joining forces with researchers at Wagga’s Charles Sturt University. With a mentor from the university, each of the year 12 science extension students have begun research projects intended to improve the health of animals and humans in the future. Jessica Woodland has begun looking at the development of beak and feathers disease in juvenile powerful owl species with veterinary honours student Jessica Copp and researcher Dr Andrew Peters. “It’s the biggest Australian owl, but it’s surprisingly hard to see. They’re not common anymore in Wagga but they’re around the eastern Riverina area, the snowy…



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