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2014/11/26 21:00
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It is pretty obvious that the NBN has its biggest impact with customers whose broadband was previously either non-existent or very inadequate and that includes most people covered by the fixed...
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2014/11/24 20:46
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Murder victim Hae Min Lee. Can you recall what you were doing last Wednesday between 2.15pm and 2.36pm? Where were you? What did you see? Who did you talk to? How well do you remember those 21...
2014/11/24 20:27
2014/11/24 20:27
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Queensland researchers have led an international effort to uncover the gene behind a young Brisbane boy’s rare developmental condition, in a discovery his family hopes will pave the way for future...
2014/11/24 10:26
2014/11/24 10:26
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New Canberra-based language centre uses robots to help dementia patients Dementia patients could be assisted in the future with a robot to help prompt their memory, language researchers say. A new...
2014/11/24 06:34
2014/11/24 06:34
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Karleen Gribble and Julie Smith write: Alongside this week’s announcement of a free trade deal between China and Australia came reports of Gina Rinehart’s investment in a Queensland dairy operation to...
2014/11/23 20:24
2014/11/23 20:24
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Illustration: Michael Mucci With the Senate as unco-operative as it has become, it is not certain Education Minister Christopher Pyne's proposal to deregulate university fees will become a...
2014/11/23 15:12
2014/11/23 15:12
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The microscope was salvaged from a dumpster. The centrifuge was made from 3D-printed parts and cheap electronics purchased from Hong Kong. The microscope was salvaged from a rubbish bin. The...
2014/11/23 07:50
2014/11/23 07:50
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Polluted: Micro-plastics used in scrubs and exfoliants are flowing into Sydney Harbour. Photo: David Gray A global consumer company says in two months it will start phasing out a facial scrub...
2014/11/21 07:27
2014/11/21 07:27
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A University of Queensland-led project that is revolutionising worldwide sewer design and management has won a prestigious national prize celebrating researcher-industry collaboration. The Sewer...
2014/11/21 05:46
2014/11/21 05:46
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THE Abbott government’s claim that the Great Barrier Reef isn’t in danger defies all available science, a leading international expert says. Professor Terry Hughes, who is the director of the...
2014/11/20 22:55
2014/11/20 22:55
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Alongside this week’s announcement of a free trade deal between China and Australia came reports of Gina Rinehart’s investment in a Queensland dairy operation to supply infant formula to China....
2014/11/19 12:15
2014/11/19 12:15
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University of Wollongong tackling "urgent" question of how to develop protective clothes suited to our climate. Program manager Dr Liz de Rome, left, with volunteer rider Michael McCartney and...
2014/11/18 10:28
2014/11/18 10:28
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China's President Xi Jinping (L) shakes hands with Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott after a signing ceremony for a free trade deal at Parliament House in Canberra November 17,...
2014/11/18 05:00
2014/11/18 05:00
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Critically, scientists must learn what really distinguishes science from pseudoscience. We can fall for comforting myths, with pseudoscience being the domain of cat palmists on TV claiming to predict...
2014/11/17 23:27
2014/11/17 23:27
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University of Queensland Provost and Vice-President Professor Max Lu was honoured last night at a dinner in Canberra attended by Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Professor...
2014/11/17 13:04
2014/11/17 13:04
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CHICKEN eggs can aid egg production in women who want to fall pregnant, research from the University of Adelaide has found. The work has highlighted the critical role the natural antioxidant selenium...
2014/11/17 03:27
2014/11/17 03:27
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A University of Queensland researcher’s respected career designing unmanned aerial vehicles based on biologically inspired systems has seen him elected onto the Australian Academy of Science...
2014/11/16 07:34
2014/11/16 07:34
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INDEPENDENT MEDIAMARKERS: Flags mark some of an estimated 100 000-plus artefacts, most probably dating from between 8 000 to 120 000 years ago. Pictures: John Yeld Cape Town - History is palpable in...
2014/11/12 07:26
2014/11/12 07:26
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Lobster farming a step closer thanks to Tasmanian research team Lobster may soon be a more affordable choice on the menu thanks to groundbreaking research being conducted in Tasmania. Scientists...
2014/11/12 04:45
2014/11/12 04:45
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SAVE FORESTS. Greenpeace activists unfurl a giant banner 'Stop destroying Tiger Forests' in August 2010 to criticize forest destruction by pulp giant Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) at Bukit Tigapuluh, Jambi,...
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