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PhysOrg
If you're going to ridicule research, do your homeworkresearchers, hell even some cancer pateints think there are other priorities to
If you're going to ridicule research, do your homework
PhysOrg / Posted 5 days ago
researchers, hell even some cancer pateints think there are other priorities too. Sexual conflict and the taxpayer The Australian Research Council no longer publishes the titles of grants in its funding announcements. I'm not sure what the... Read more
8d
Northern Star
Mum’s mission to find cause of sons’ mysterious illnessof Health chief medical officer Professor Chris Baggoley released a progress re
Mum’s mission to find cause of sons’ mysterious illness
Northern Star / Posted 8 days ago
of Health chief medical officer Professor Chris Baggoley released a progress report on Lyme disease in Australia saying the Australian Research Council funded research had found no trace of Lyme disease Borrelia bacteria in Australian ticks. But it... Read more
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8d
The Daily Mercury
Mum’s mission to find cause of sons’ mysterious illnessof Health chief medical officer Professor Chris Baggoley released a progress re
Mum’s mission to find cause of sons’ mysterious illness
The Daily Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
of Health chief medical officer Professor Chris Baggoley released a progress report on Lyme disease in Australia saying the Australian Research Council funded research had found no trace of Lyme disease Borrelia bacteria in Australian ticks. But it... Read more
6 related stories
8d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Mum’s mission to find cause of sons’ mysterious illnessof Health chief medical officer Professor Chris Baggoley released a progress re
Mum’s mission to find cause of sons’ mysterious illness
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
of Health chief medical officer Professor Chris Baggoley released a progress report on Lyme disease in Australia saying the Australian Research Council funded research had found no trace of Lyme disease Borrelia bacteria in Australian ticks. But it... Read more
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8d
Queensland Times
Mum’s mission to find cause of sons’ mysterious illnessof Health chief medical officer Professor Chris Baggoley released a progress re
Mum’s mission to find cause of sons’ mysterious illness
Queensland Times / Posted 8 days ago
of Health chief medical officer Professor Chris Baggoley released a progress report on Lyme disease in Australia saying the Australian Research Council funded research had found no trace of Lyme disease Borrelia bacteria in Australian ticks. But it... Read more
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8d
The Morning Bulletin
Mum’s mission to find cause of sons’ mysterious illnessof Health chief medical officer Professor Chris Baggoley released a progress re
Mum’s mission to find cause of sons’ mysterious illness
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 8 days ago
of Health chief medical officer Professor Chris Baggoley released a progress report on Lyme disease in Australia saying the Australian Research Council funded research had found no trace of Lyme disease Borrelia bacteria in Australian ticks. But it... Read more
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8d
News Mail
Mum’s mission to find cause of sons’ mysterious illnessof Health chief medical officer Professor Chris Baggoley released a progress re
Mum’s mission to find cause of sons’ mysterious illness
News Mail / Posted 8 days ago
of Health chief medical officer Professor Chris Baggoley released a progress report on Lyme disease in Australia saying the Australian Research Council funded research had found no trace of Lyme disease Borrelia bacteria in Australian ticks. But it... Read more
6 related stories
8d
Daily Examiner
Mum’s mission to find cause of sons’ mysterious illnessof Health chief medical officer Professor Chris Baggoley released a progress re
Mum’s mission to find cause of sons’ mysterious illness
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
of Health chief medical officer Professor Chris Baggoley released a progress report on Lyme disease in Australia saying the Australian Research Council funded research had found no trace of Lyme disease Borrelia bacteria in Australian ticks. But it... Read more
6 related stories
8d
Kiama Independent
Shared memoriesmost precious items. The August 18 launch was the culmination of an eight-week
Shared memories
Kiama Independent / Posted 8 days ago
most precious items. The August 18 launch was the culmination of an eight-week project run by the university’s node of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions. Project participants, aged 65-94, such as... Read more
8d
Illawarra Mercury
Treasured memoriesmost precious items. The August 18 launch was the culmination of an eight-week
Treasured memories
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
most precious items. The August 18 launch was the culmination of an eight-week project run by the university’s node of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions. Project participants, aged 65-94, such as... Read more
9d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The untold story behind the 1966 Wave Hill Walk-Offbeen here." — Pincher Nyurrmiari, interviewed in 1978. (Yijarni, p. 30-31) Fel
The untold story behind the 1966 Wave Hill Walk-Off
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
been here." — Pincher Nyurrmiari, interviewed in 1978. (Yijarni, p. 30-31) Felicity Meakins receives funding from the Australian Research Council (ARC), the Indigenous Languages and Arts (ILA) and the Aboriginals Benefit Account (ABA). She is... Read more
9d
PhysOrg
A biofortified rice high in iron and zinc is set to combat hidden hunger in developing countriesseeds." Targeting the right gene Dr Johnson's research has been funded and su
A biofortified rice high in iron and zinc is set to combat hidden hunger in developing countries
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
seeds." Targeting the right gene Dr Johnson's research has been funded and supported by several partners including the Australian Research Council and the not-for-profit HarvestPlus initiative. HarvestPlus is backed by the Bill and Melinda... Read more
9d
Decclan Chronicle
Researchers develop protein to cure Malaria and protect against re-infection"This would be a completely new way of treating malaria by stimulating a person
Researchers develop protein to cure Malaria and protect against re-infection
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
"This would be a completely new way of treating malaria by stimulating a person's own immune system to destroy the parasites." The research was funded by Australia's National Health and Medical Research Council and the Australian Research Co... Read more
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9d
New Kerala
Protein that offers cure for Malaria - newkerala.com #106629"This would be a completely new way of treating malaria by stimulating a person
Protein that offers cure for Malaria - newkerala.com #106629
New Kerala / Posted 9 days ago
"This would be a completely new way of treating malaria by stimulating a person's own immune system to destroy the parasites." The research was funded by Australia's National Health and Medical Research Council and the Australian Research Co... Read more
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10d
Toowoomba Chronicle
PLANET HUNT: Multi-million dollar observatory expansionits lease on the observatory and has bankrolled the project along with New Sout
PLANET HUNT: Multi-million dollar observatory expansion
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
its lease on the observatory and has bankrolled the project along with New South Wales universities and funding from Australian Research Council. The observatory grabbed headlines earlier this year when Toowoomba astronomer Jack Soutter used... Read more
11d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Queensland astronomers join search for Earth-like planetsthat we've got is very rare for a lot of observatories," he said. The project
Queensland astronomers join search for Earth-like planets
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
that we've got is very rare for a lot of observatories," he said. The project is funded by USQ, the Federal Government, Australian Research Council, University New South Wales and University of Sydney. Contact Elly Bradfield More stories from... Read more
11d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Scientists find potential malaria cure with synthetic proteincure the disease in humans." The research was funded by Australia's National H
Scientists find potential malaria cure with synthetic protein
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
cure the disease in humans." The research was funded by Australia's National Health and Medical Research Council and the Australian Research Council. The findings have been published in the journal Immunity. Contact Sharnie Kim More stories... Read more
11d
Mashable
Astrophysicist had the perfect response to climate change skepticwho are interested, this is Mack's full CV: I am currently holding a Discovery
Astrophysicist had the perfect response to climate change skeptic
Mashable / Posted 11 days ago
who are interested, this is Mack's full CV: I am currently holding a Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) from the Australian Research Council on the topic: "Dark matter particle physics and the first sources of light in the uni... Read more
12d
Adelaide Now
Push to teach kids young as five about transgenderhave emerged. The Australian reports that as part of the research project, whi
Push to teach kids young as five about transgender
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 days ago
have emerged. The Australian reports that as part of the research project, which was funded by Flinders University and the Australian Research Council, six picture books featuring transgender characters were read to Prep and Year One students over... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Scientific sleuth solving oldest ‘murder mystery’and Science, cited over 12,000 times. It’s an impressive body of work, but the
Scientific sleuth solving oldest ‘murder mystery’
Adelaide Now / Posted 15 days ago
and Science, cited over 12,000 times. It’s an impressive body of work, but the Prof is not done yet. He’s hoping to win Australian Research Council funding for a seven year Centre of Excellence project seeking to reconstruct Australian history... Read more
26d
PhysOrg
Scientists use oxygen 'scissors' to make freestanding single-atom silicon layerthrough using oxygen molecules as chemical scissors to cut the silicene from it
Scientists use oxygen 'scissors' to make freestanding single-atom silicon layer
PhysOrg / Posted 26 days ago
through using oxygen molecules as chemical scissors to cut the silicene from its substrate. The work, supported by the Australian Research Council (ARC), involves several special techniques that can be done only at ISEM with the help of its... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
USQ scientist has window seat for spacecraft re-entryin 2010. Professor Buttsworth was invited to take part in the Cygnus OA-6 re-e
USQ scientist has window seat for spacecraft re-entry
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 28 days ago
in 2010. Professor Buttsworth was invited to take part in the Cygnus OA-6 re-entry observation campaign through on-going collaborations with colleagues from Australia, the United States and Germany, and the support of the Australian Research Counc... Read more

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