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redOrbit
Wine waste could soon be powering carsEach year, worldwide wine production creates around 13 million tons of grape ma
Wine waste could soon be powering cars
redOrbit / Posted 10 days ago
Each year, worldwide wine production creates around 13 million tons of grape marc waste—the stalks, skins, seeds, and other remaining solids that are otherwise of little use. In fact, winemakers currently have to pay to have the waste dealt... Read more
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The Age
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languagesLizzie Ellis, a Discovery Indigenous Fellow at the Australian Research Council
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languages
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
Lizzie Ellis, a Discovery Indigenous Fellow at the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language at the Australian National University. Photo: Graham Tidy Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language... Read more
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UB Reporter - Buffalo University
Brain equation: Subtract protein, generate myelin-making cellsTiming is everything. That’s the conclusion of UB scientists after deleting fr
Brain equation: Subtract protein, generate myelin-making cells
UB Reporter - Buffalo University / Posted 11 days ago
Timing is everything. That’s the conclusion of UB scientists after deleting from the adult brain a protein necessary for early development. They found that this deletion actually fosters the growth of cells that generate myelin, the important... Read more
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The Courier
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languagesElizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve I
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languages
The Courier / Posted 11 days ago
Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts and ensure it's not lost to future generations. Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languagesElizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve I
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languages
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 days ago
Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts and ensure it's not lost to future generations. Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts... Read more
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The Young Witness
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languagesElizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve I
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languages
The Young Witness / Posted 11 days ago
Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts and ensure it's not lost to future generations. Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts... Read more
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Western Advocate
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languagesElizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve I
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languages
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts and ensure it's not lost to future generations. Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languagesElizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve I
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languages
Kiama Independent / Posted 11 days ago
Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts and ensure it's not lost to future generations. Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts... Read more
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Manning River Times
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languagesElizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve I
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languages
Manning River Times / Posted 11 days ago
Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts and ensure it's not lost to future generations. Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languagesElizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve I
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languages
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 11 days ago
Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts and ensure it's not lost to future generations. Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts... Read more
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The North West Star
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languagesElizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve I
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languages
The North West Star / Posted 11 days ago
Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts and ensure it's not lost to future generations. Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languagesElizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve I
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languages
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts and ensure it's not lost to future generations. Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts... Read more
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The Border Mail
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languagesElizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve I
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languages
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts and ensure it's not lost to future generations. Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languagesElizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve I
Researchers work to preserve richness of Indigenous languages
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts and ensure it's not lost to future generations. Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is documenting her native language to help preserve Indigenous verbal arts... Read more
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PhysOrg
Grape waste could make competitive biofuelThe solid waste left over from wine-making could make a competitive biofuel, Un
Grape waste could make competitive biofuel
PhysOrg / Posted 11 days ago
The solid waste left over from wine-making could make a competitive biofuel, University of Adelaide researchers have found. Published in the journal Bioresource Technology, the researchers showed that up to 400 litres of bioethanol could be produced... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The South Coast Regional Wrap | Thursday, August 20, 2015Good morning here's a news snapshot from the South Coast, regional Australia an
The South Coast Regional Wrap | Thursday, August 20, 2015
Kiama Independent / Posted 12 days ago
Good morning here's a news snapshot from the South Coast, regional Australia and beyond. 8.34AM: That's a wrap folks. Catch you first thing tomorrow. Until then keep an eye on your local paper's website for breaking news. Have fun out... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Thursday, August 20, 2015Good morning here's a news snapshot from the South Coast, regional Australia an
Thursday, August 20, 2015
Kiama Independent / Posted 12 days ago
Good morning here's a news snapshot from the South Coast, regional Australia and beyond. 8.34AM: That's a wrap folks. Catch you first thing tomorrow. Until then keep an eye on your local paper's website for breaking news. Have fun out... Read more
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redOrbit
Could we harness volcanoes to cool the world?Until the Industrial Revolution in the 19th century, the surface layer of Earth
Could we harness volcanoes to cool the world?
redOrbit / Posted 12 days ago
Until the Industrial Revolution in the 19th century, the surface layer of Earth’s oceans had been steadily cooling for 1,800 years. For a thousand of those years, between 801 and 1800 AD, that trend was probably driven by large and frequent volcanic... Read more
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The Border Mail
Shared music strikes a chord with childrenShared music programs play out well for a child's development RESEARCH NOTES:
Shared music strikes a chord with children
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Shared music programs play out well for a child's development RESEARCH NOTES: Professor Margaret Barrett is undertaking research to highlight the role of music in children's development. Picture: MARK JESSER MUSIC in the early years is instrumental... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Gong scientist sharpens climate change predictionsA Wollongong scientist is among a team of international researchers who are imp
Gong scientist sharpens climate change predictions
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
A Wollongong scientist is among a team of international researchers who are improving the accuracy of climate change predictions by studying sea surface temperatures. Intrigued: Dr Helen McGregor's research shows volcanic eruptions have had a... Read more
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The Border Mail
Shared music strikes a chord with childrenShared music programs play out well for a child's development RESEARCH NOTES:
Shared music strikes a chord with children
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Shared music programs play out well for a child's development RESEARCH NOTES: Professor Margaret Barrett is undertaking research to highlight the role of music in children's development. Picture: MARK JESSER MUSIC in the early years is instrumental... Read more
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PhysOrg
A peek into our robotic futureDinuka Abeywardena’s drone navigates by using a camera, rather than GPS. Credit
A peek into our robotic future
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
Dinuka Abeywardena’s drone navigates by using a camera, rather than GPS. Credit: Andrew To In an underground laboratory in central Sydney, a robot and a drone are being put through their paces. From time to time, their young inventors hunch over... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
A peek into our robotic futureDinuka Abeywardena’s drone navigates by using a camera, rather than GPS. Photo
A peek into our robotic future
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Dinuka Abeywardena’s drone navigates by using a camera, rather than GPS. Photo: Andrew To In an underground laboratory in central Sydney, a robot and a drone are being put through their paces. From time to time, their young inventors hunch over... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Cryptographers aim to future-proof protocolThe need to secure today’s communications from the powerful quantum computers o
Cryptographers aim to future-proof protocol
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
The need to secure today’s communications from the powerful quantum computers of the future has propelled new research aimed at upgrading the internet’s core encryption protocol. This work is being led by a team of cryptographers, including... Read more
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PhysOrg
1,800 years of global ocean cooling halted by global warmingCredit: Tiago Fioreze / Wikipedia Prior to the advent of human-caused global wa
1,800 years of global ocean cooling halted by global warming
PhysOrg / Posted 14 days ago
Credit: Tiago Fioreze / Wikipedia Prior to the advent of human-caused global warming in the 19th century, the surface layer of Earth's oceans had undergone 1,800 years of a steady cooling trend, according to a new study. During the latter half of... Read more
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PhysOrg
Parkes telescope takes on the Roger Federer of spaceCSIRO's Parkes telescope and the Moon. Credit: Seth Shostak Using the moon and
Parkes telescope takes on the Roger Federer of space
PhysOrg / Posted 18 days ago
CSIRO's Parkes telescope and the Moon. Credit: Seth Shostak Using the moon and the GPS system, scientists have turned CSIRO's 64-m Parkes radio telescope in eastern Australia into a new tool for finding the highest-energy particles nature can hurl at... Read more
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PhysOrg
When is the price right for selling water?Research from the University of Adelaide has provided new insights into how Aus
When is the price right for selling water?
PhysOrg / Posted 25 days ago
Research from the University of Adelaide has provided new insights into how Australian farmers and irrigators may respond to certain market conditions, and when they are more likely to sell their water entitlements. The study has resulted in a... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Space mining is closer than you thinkIn this week's Q&A on the ABC, the American cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson gus
Space mining is closer than you think
Daily Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
In this week's Q&A on the ABC, the American cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson gushed about the prospects of mining in space, and the benefits that might afford humanity. How about mining an asteroid for natural resources? […] There are more natural... Read more
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Northern Star
Space mining is closer than you thinkIn this week's Q&A on the ABC, the American cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson gus
Space mining is closer than you think
Northern Star / Posted 25 days ago
In this week's Q&A on the ABC, the American cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson gushed about the prospects of mining in space, and the benefits that might afford humanity. How about mining an asteroid for natural resources? […] There are more natural... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Space mining is closer than you thinkIn this week's Q&A on the ABC, the American cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson gus
Space mining is closer than you think
The Daily Mercury / Posted 25 days ago
In this week's Q&A on the ABC, the American cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson gushed about the prospects of mining in space, and the benefits that might afford humanity. How about mining an asteroid for natural resources? […] There are more natural... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Space mining is closer than you thinkIn this week's Q&A on the ABC, the American cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson gus
Space mining is closer than you think
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 25 days ago
In this week's Q&A on the ABC, the American cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson gushed about the prospects of mining in space, and the benefits that might afford humanity. How about mining an asteroid for natural resources? […] There are more natural... Read more
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Queensland Times
Space mining is closer than you thinkIn this week's Q&A on the ABC, the American cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson gus
Space mining is closer than you think
Queensland Times / Posted 25 days ago
In this week's Q&A on the ABC, the American cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson gushed about the prospects of mining in space, and the benefits that might afford humanity. How about mining an asteroid for natural resources? […] There are more natural... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Space mining is closer than you thinkIn this week's Q&A on the ABC, the American cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson gus
Space mining is closer than you think
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 25 days ago
In this week's Q&A on the ABC, the American cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson gushed about the prospects of mining in space, and the benefits that might afford humanity. How about mining an asteroid for natural resources? […] There are more natural... Read more
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News Mail
Space mining is closer than you thinkIn this week's Q&A on the ABC, the American cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson gus
Space mining is closer than you think
News Mail / Posted 25 days ago
In this week's Q&A on the ABC, the American cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson gushed about the prospects of mining in space, and the benefits that might afford humanity. How about mining an asteroid for natural resources? […] There are more natural... Read more
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EETimes.de
3D-printed 'benchtop' brain promises drug, disorder advances August 05, 2015 // Rich Pell Researchers at the University of Wollongong (Au
3D-printed 'benchtop' brain promises drug, disorder advances
EETimes.de / Posted 26 days ago
August 05, 2015 // Rich Pell Researchers at the University of Wollongong (Australia) have developed a 3D-printed layered structure with neural cells that mimics the structure of brain... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Bionic ear inventor Graeme Clark 'excited' about new projectBionic ear inventor says trials at Melbourne University could help paraplegics,
Bionic ear inventor Graeme Clark 'excited' about new project
Kiama Independent / Posted 26 days ago
Bionic ear inventor says trials at Melbourne University could help paraplegics, epileptics and also dramatically improve the bionic eye implant unveiled in the UK last week. The inventor of the bionic ear has revealed new Australian university... Read more
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Medical News Today
Clot-busting nanocapsule could 'revolutionize stroke and heart attack treatment'A new study suggests that using nanocapsules to precisely target activated clot
Clot-busting nanocapsule could 'revolutionize stroke and heart attack treatment'
Medical News Today / Posted 27 days ago
A new study suggests that using nanocapsules to precisely target activated clotting platelets with clot-busting drugs could revolutionize the treatment of stroke and heart attack. The researchers say their new targeted nanodrug could potentially be... Read more
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Computer World Australia
Harper review recommends scrutiny of trade agreement IP clausesThe panel conducting a review of Australia competition policy landscape has rec
Harper review recommends scrutiny of trade agreement IP clauses
Computer World Australia / Posted 27 days ago
The panel conducting a review of Australia competition policy landscape has recommended increased scrutiny of intellectual property-related clauses in trade agreements. "Independent and transparent analysis of the costs and benefits to Australia of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
DNA's ready for its closeA "molecular movie" which captures the secret life of DNA will screen at the Bi
DNA's ready for its close
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 27 days ago
A "molecular movie" which captures the secret life of DNA will screen at the Big Ideas Festival at the University of Wollongong this month. Genetic codes: UOW's Professor Antoine van Oijen hopes to unlock the secret life of DNA. Picture: PAUL... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Future of television examined in new reportSwinburne University's Television 2025 report looks at industry's future as Net
Future of television examined in new report
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 28 days ago
Swinburne University's Television 2025 report looks at industry's future as Netflix, NBN bring change Photo: Netflix was already known in Australia before its launch due to series such as House of Cards, notes a new report from Swinburne University.... Read more
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Queensland Times
Research Council funding grants insight on volunteeringNew research into how and why Queenslanders volunteer may be key to combating t
Research Council funding grants insight on volunteering
Queensland Times / Posted 28 days ago
New research into how and why Queenslanders volunteer may be key to combating the decline of people who volunteer regularly. Researchers at Cancer Council Queensland and Griffith University have received a $220,000 Australian Research Council grant... Read more
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PhysOrg
Young drivers under the lens: could recording driver behaviour reduce road trauma?In-vehicle telematics can help young drivers stay on track. Mark Stevenson, Pro
Young drivers under the lens: could recording driver behaviour reduce road trauma?
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
In-vehicle telematics can help young drivers stay on track. Mark Stevenson, Professor of Urban Transport and Public Health at the Melbourne School of Design, has been awarded an Australian Research Council Linkage Grant of $530,000 to study young... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers uncover key to barley domesticationAn international team of researchers including the University of Adelaide have
Researchers uncover key to barley domestication
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
An international team of researchers including the University of Adelaide have unlocked the genetic key in barley that led to the start of cropping in human agriculture. Published today in the journal Cell, the researchers have discovered two genes... Read more

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