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Physiologists find muscles may contain temperature sensors
Muscles could play an important role in the regulation of sweating and therefore body temperature, according to recent research from UOW.
Domestic Applicants - GEMSAS applications have now closed for 2014.
A recording of the 2014 GSM Admissions Information Evening held on Tuesday May 13th is now available to view on the Admissions Information - All Applicants page.