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Australian institutions could lose university status if their research does not measure up

A line buried in a speech delivered last month by Australia’s minister for education could have looked like an afterthought if its implications weren’t so serious. 

Alan Tudge called for the start of “a conversation” about supporting “greater differentiation and specialisation in the university sector”.

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