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2015/04/28 03:37
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Obesity wars revisited: is it the meat or the motion? – Tim Olds Published: 28 April 2015 11:00 AM Obesity researchers have been in a tug-of-war for decades now – is obesity really that bad for us,...
2015/04/28 03:37
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2015/04/27 23:46
2015/04/27 23:46
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The computer was named after the comic strip hero Flash Gordon. Photo: Australian researchers will get more capacity to process and analyse massive volumes of data, courtesy of a bespoke $2.4 million...
2015/04/27 11:39
2015/04/27 11:39
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... can imagine that with large protein complexes made from many different, smaller subunits there are many ways for them to be assembled. These can end up having quite similar masses while actually...
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2015/04/27 05:55
2015/04/27 05:55
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This column is usually focused on the role of entrepreneurship, innovation and small business in the Australian and global economy. However, I am devoting this article to a discussion over the costs...
2015/04/24 12:39
2015/04/24 12:39
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It takes a large degree of foresight to continue funding research when we know the result is decades away, and it says a lot for Australians that we've been so successful on a global stage. But...
2015/04/24 07:26
2015/04/24 07:26
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Labor criticises $4m Government grant for Dr Bjorn Lomborg think tank The Federal Opposition has questioned the political motivation of a $4 million Government grant given to a controversial think...
2015/04/23 02:16
2015/04/23 02:16
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In highly diluted quantities, Botox is able to temporarily paralyse muscles. Photo / 123RF Botox, or Botulinum neurotoxin type-A, is most commonly known for its cosmetic use as a smoother of...
2015/04/23 01:26
2015/04/23 01:26
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David Rowe David Rowe is Professor of Cultural Research, Institute for Culture and Society at the University of Western Sydney and an Honorary Professor, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at...
2015/04/21 19:43
2015/04/21 19:43
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... cope with phosphorus scarcity in a similar way above-ground by making phosphorus-efficient leaves," Turner said. "But below-ground they're using many different strategies to obtain phosphorus,...
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2015/04/21 05:26
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Detailed study in Gunnedah to uncover why koala numbers are declining One of the most detailed koala studies to be ever undertaken is now underway at the New South Wales koala "capital" of...
2015/04/20 05:21
2015/04/20 05:21
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The 56 recommendations in the final report of the Competition Policy Review include proposals that could have a significant impact on Australia's intellectual property landscape. The recommendations...
2015/04/17 13:08
2015/04/17 13:08
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New research might bring a frown to even the most heavily botoxed faces, with scientists finding how some of the potent toxin used for cosmetic surgery escapes into the central nervous...
2015/04/15 01:27
2015/04/15 01:27
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Borneo can successfully meet conservation targets for protecting orangutan and elephant habitats if its three national jurisdictions work together, an international study has found. The University of...
2015/04/14 13:17
2015/04/14 13:17
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A UNSW-led research team has encoded quantum information in silicon using simple electrical pulses for the first time, bringing affordable large-scale quantum computers one step closer to reality. A...
2015/04/13 05:16
2015/04/13 05:16
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Adjusting to sexual changes after cancer can be challenging, but the right support can make a difference. Photo / 123RF Sex and cancer are words rarely uttered in the same sentence. But they should;...
2015/04/13 00:52
2015/04/13 00:52
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Analysis: Approach elsewhere in Asia Pacific revealed. While much attention has been focused on how much the owners of Dallas Buyers Club might demand Australian pirates pay for sharing their film...
2015/04/12 08:46
2015/04/12 08:46
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The Australian National University is reviewing the operations of its major school of Asian and Pacific studies in a move that insiders believe is a forerunner of staff cuts. A budget review has...
2015/04/11 07:18
2015/04/11 07:18
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A line of Turkish soldiers preparing to defend their homeland at Gallipoli. Photo: Australian War Memorial History Defending Gallipoli: the Turkish Story HARVEY BROADBENT Melbourne University...
2015/04/10 14:59
2015/04/10 14:59
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George Williams AO is one of Australia’s leading constitutional lawyers, having worked for many years as an academic and as a barrister. He is the Anthony Mason Professor, a Scientia Professor and the...
2015/04/10 12:24
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Competition for research funding is so intense it’s driving some rather unscientific behaviours, say researchers. When Lance Armstrong finally admitted to years of doping, his defence was familiar....
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