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2014/10/24 06:27
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Queensland scientists will play a key role in a new Australian research centre working to increase major food crop yields. University of Queensland researchers will form the Queensland node of the...
2014/10/24 06:27
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2014/10/23 13:47
2014/10/23 13:47
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HAVING an idea that could change the world but no money to develop it was ­unthinkable to Sydney ­scientist Ben McNeil. So he launched thinkable.org — a crowd funding website for people to contribute...
2014/10/22 15:45
2014/10/22 15:45
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Simon R. Corrie and colleagues note that while blood is rich with molecular clues that tell a story about a person's health, withdrawing it is often painful. It also requires trained personnel and...
2014/10/20 04:27
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University of Queensland researchers will play a key role in a new $39 million research centre working to unravel the secrets of the immune system. The Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of...
2014/10/17 06:19
2014/10/17 06:19
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Leaked details of Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) negotiations reveal that Australia is pushing an approach to copyright enforcement in the region that appears to ignore broader public...
2014/10/17 03:27
2014/10/17 03:27
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An industry-backed centre dedicated to creating healthier food choices for Australian and Asian consumers opened at UQ this week. Funded by the Australian Research Council, the ‘Industrial...
2014/10/17 00:00
2014/10/17 00:00
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Owning a car can be a hassle, especially if you live somewhere where driving is an occasional, rather than daily, necessity. This might help to explain why car-sharing schemes are going from strength...
2014/10/15 19:42
2014/10/15 19:42
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At a dinner in Canberra last October, Prime Minister Tony Abbott urged the country's already wary scientific community to judge his government by its performance, not by its titles. He was referring...
2014/10/15 07:26
2014/10/15 07:26
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Scepticism about proposed food and agribusiness growth centre Lucy Barbour and Babs Mchugh Rural think tank, the Australian Farm Institute, says the Federal Government's move to fund a growth centre...
2014/10/14 11:26
2014/10/14 11:26
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World science body, International Council for Science, 'worried' about Australia's science research cuts The world's peak science body has put the Australian Government on notice, warning it could...
2014/10/14 07:02
2014/10/14 07:02
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A Sydney festival of mega proportions to tackle urbanism13 October 2014 With large-scale urban projects underway and more in the pipeline in prime locations along Sydney's harbour foreshore,...
2014/10/13 23:46
2014/10/13 23:46
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Huawei has signed another university deal, this time providing campus equipment and services. Photo: Reuters Huawei deal Southern Cross University has signed a deal with Huawei Australia to overhaul...
2014/10/13 21:55
2014/10/13 21:55
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A dramatic increase in the amount of time data can be stored on a single atom means silicon could once again play a vital role in the development of super-fast computers. The silicon chip...
2014/10/13 15:42
2014/10/13 15:42
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... is the first time that anyone has directly imaged single dopant atoms moving around inside a material," said Rohan Mishra of Vanderbilt University who is also a visiting scientist in ORNL's...
2014/10/13 06:45
2014/10/13 06:45
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PhD students and professors at the University of Melbourne will work with CA Labs on research into anomaly predictions for workload automation, and capacity planning as it relates to application...
2014/10/13 04:28
2014/10/13 04:28
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METHODOLOGY & FUNDING Respondents were selected via a stratified random sample process which included: - a quota being set for each capital city and non-capital city area, and within each of these...
2014/10/13 01:53
2014/10/13 01:53
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Seeing child labourers in Bolivian mines turned a corporate hedonist into an aid worker and then a star of academia. If you imagine a professor of humanities to be the bookish type, holed up in a...
2014/10/12 22:55
2014/10/12 22:55
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Is the Australian National University’s decision to sell its shares in some resource companies merely tokenistic? Far from it. The outrage from the affected companies shows how much influence...
2014/10/10 14:22
2014/10/10 14:22
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Seeing child labourers in Bolivian mines turned a corporate hedonist into an aid worker and then a star of academia. If you imagine a professor of humanities to be the bookish type, holed up in a...
2014/10/10 04:05
2014/10/10 04:05
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Scientific research shows climate change is endangering WA's beloved Shark Bay. In the summer of 2010-2011 Western Australia experienced an unprecedented heatwave — but not on land. Between December...
2014/10/24 06:27
2014/10/24 06:27
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