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Contemporary (post-Wills) survey of the views of Australian medical researchers: importance of funding, infrastructure and motivators for a research career.
OBJECTIVES To investigate the perceptions of Australian health and medical researchers 4 years after the Wills Report recommended and led to a substantial increase in health and medical researchExpand
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The Research Quality Framework and its implications for health and medical research: time to take stock?
As the Australian university sector awaits final decisions about the introduction and stipulations of a research quality framework (RQF), to assess the quality and impact of research, we have studiedExpand
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Dental health in Iron Age Cambodia: Temporal variations with rice agriculture.
The dental health of two Cambodian Iron Age (500 BC to 500 AD) communities is interpreted through an analysis of advanced wear, caries, periapical lesions, and antemortem tooth loss (AMTL). The twoExpand
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RADIOCARBON DATES FROM JAR AND COFFIN BURIALS OF THE CARDAMOM MOUNTAINS REVEAL A UNIQUE MORTUARY RITUAL IN CAMBODIA'S LATE- TO POST-ANGKOR PERIOD (15TH-17TH CENTURIES AD)
We present the first radiocarbon dates from previously unrecorded, secondary burials in the Cardamom Moun- tains, Cambodia. The mortuary ritual incorporates nautical tradeware ceramic jars and logExpand
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The Excavation of Phum Sophy 2009-2010: An Iron Age Site in North-West Cambodia
Excavations were undertaken at the village ( phum) of Sophy in Banteay Meanchey Province, north-west Cambodia over two field seasons in two separate areas in 2009 and 2010. The remains of twentyExpand
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Airborne LiDAR prospection at Lovea, an Iron Age moated settlement in central Cambodia
Recent archaeological investigations and technological applications have increased our appreciation of the intricacies of pre-Angkorian societal development. The results reveal a transformativeExpand
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Copper-base metallurgy in Late Iron Age Cambodia: Evidence from Lovea
Abstract In this paper we present the study of the copper-base assemblage of the Late Iron Age (c. 100–400 BC/AD) moated site of Lovea in north-western Cambodia. Fourteen artefacts, approximately 20%Expand
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