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Issue 1 Summer 2011
   

Birthday wishes come true for a bright future

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Everyone likes to look the best for their birthday and the ATR is no different.  For our 30th birthday we are excited to launch an update of our public face with a new logo, website design and Facebook page.

New logo
Our previous logo dated back to 1999 and we thought it was time for a change.
Our new logo seeks to link important traditions from the past with a vibrant approach to the future.

While many things have changed, the logo still features a key symbol – two large stars representing two happy twins.  After all, the happiness and health of twins are central to all that we do!

New website
Check out the new logo at our updated website www.twins.org.au.  Here you will find the same fresh and contemporary design as featured in the logo.  Most importantly, we have created a website that we hope is engaging and easy to navigate.  We welcome your feedback. 

Facebook
Our new Facebook page is designed to keep you up-to-date with the latest on twin health and research, and for twins to connect with each other. 

The ATR is planning regular posts including the latest twin research from around the world, twins in the media, new research studies needing twins, special twin events, twin health news, and much more. Go to http://www.facebook.com/AustralianTwinRegistry and like us.

Our new Facebook page is designed to keep you up-to-date with the latest on twin health and research, and for twins to connect with each other.

 

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The ATR is a not-for profit service supported by an Enabling Grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council and administered by the University of Melbourne.