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Illustration: Simon Bosch. Like a comedian timing the punchline to a joke, Joe Hockey saved his best line about wages until the end. "The government's income has fallen below expectations," he told...
2014/12/19 20:24
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2014/12/15 22:29
2014/12/15 22:29
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Joint research conducted by CA Technologies and Swinburne University of Technology has led to the invention of a new artificial intelligence process called "opaque data processing". CA said the...
2014/12/12 21:50
2014/12/12 21:50
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John McKinnon for the Australian Information Service, National Library of Australia, vn3510654 Last year in Victoria alone, more than 61,000 incidences of family violence were reported. Professor...
2014/12/11 18:56
2014/12/11 18:56
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Victoria's Secret is so last year. Soon, women may enjoy high-tech breast support from a "bionic bra." Researchers in Australia have developed a prototype sports bra that they say automatically...
2014/12/11 05:15
2014/12/11 05:15
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University of Wollongong study will monitor the amount - and type - of physical activity children do. Physical activity monitors capture Mt St Thomas sisters Lucinda, 3, and Amelia Raso’s, 5, every...
2014/12/11 00:27
2014/12/11 00:27
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Researchers at The University of Queensland are part of a global team that has identified a new type of artificial stem cell. UQ Associate Professor Christine Wells (right) said Project Grandiose had...
2014/12/09 12:48
2014/12/09 12:48
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What does Islam mean to you? Imagine you are a young Muslim growing up in Melbourne. Now consider the last six months in isolation. Start with those ominous black balloons in Bendigo, and the...
2014/12/09 02:34
2014/12/09 02:34
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FOREIGN Minister Julie Bishop will use climate talks in Peru to argue the Great Barrier Reef isn’t in danger. She’ll also warn UNESCO it’s at risk of being duped by activists. Ms Bishop will lobby...
2014/12/08 15:21
2014/12/08 15:21
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Dawn of the 'BIONIC BRA': Underwear automatically tightens in response to movement to make exercise more comfortable It contains hidden actuators and sensors to monitor and control...
2014/12/07 20:24
2014/12/07 20:24
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Dr Perran Cook taking a mud sample that contains the bacteria. Photo: Simon Schluter Collections of "electric" bacteria with enough voltage to power a small LED light have been discovered living in...
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2014/12/05 15:46
2014/12/05 15:46
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Dr Perran Cook taking a mud sample that contains the bacteria. Photo: Simon Schluter Collections of "electric" bacteria with enough voltage to power a small LED light have been discovered living in...
2014/12/05 14:39
2014/12/05 14:39
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Scientists since Albert Einstein have believed that when major galactic events like supernova explosions or black hole mergers occur in the universe, they leave a trace. That trace, it is believed,...
2014/12/03 13:15
2014/12/03 13:15
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Bronwyn Carlson changed her world through study. Now she's sharing the gift with others. When Dr Bronwyn Carlson was contemplating life as a university student, it was the wise words of her...
2014/12/03 13:15
2014/12/03 13:15
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University of Wollongong academic Professor Paul Chandler might have been the first in his family to get a degree - but he doesn't have fond memories of his first graduation. University of Wollongong...
2014/12/03 12:39
2014/12/03 12:39
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Within a few decades, astronomers will become "know-it-alls". Literally. In that time frame, it will be possible to see almost everything in the Universe that can be seen, according to astrophysicist...
2014/12/03 05:15
2014/12/03 05:15
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UOW researchers are using living human stem cells to build brain that could one day treat neural diseases. Stem cell expert Professor Jeremy Crook is working on neural diseases. Picture: GREG...
2014/12/03 05:08
2014/12/03 05:08
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The Monash Vision Group (MVG) moves a step closer to clinical trials of its Bionic Eye, thanks to landmark donations from two respected business leaders. Dr Marc Besen and Monash University...
2014/12/03 00:28
2014/12/03 00:28
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Executive Summary In 2013-2014, the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) provided funding for a multidisciplinary team of researchers from the University of Melbourne to...
2014/12/02 12:39
2014/12/02 12:39
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Wearable consumer devices used to monitor health and fitness could become important sources of information for medical practitioners and insurance providers if a new project led by UNSW researchers is...
2014/12/02 03:52
2014/12/02 03:52
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... Case against Google sets a dangerous precedent. European courts are fighting Google over a 'right to be forgotten' by the search engine, giving web users greater control over their internet...
2014/12/19 20:24
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