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2014/09/26 15:04
2014/09/26 15:04
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AN Adelaide invention designed to combat sleep deprivation has the potential to rival the impact of some of South Australia’s previous world class inventions. The Socceroos and other international...
2014/09/26 15:04
2014/09/26 15:04
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2014/09/25 20:46
2014/09/25 20:46
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Just let it out... You can tell this is a world of ultra neo-liberalism when even the most heart-centred of topics are reduced to productivity and economics metrics. The problem, I think, with such...
2014/09/23 18:55
2014/09/23 18:55
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Biomedical engineers are at the forefront of cutting-edge medicine that is rebuilding bodies and lives, writes Margie Sheedy. Hip replacements that don't need replacement. A different treatment for...
2014/09/23 09:04
2014/09/23 09:04
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A SECOND expert has criticised the forensic investigation of the controversial Henry Keogh case, saying vital autopsy processes were not carried out and samples were poorly labelled. Flinders...
2014/09/22 20:26
2014/09/22 20:26
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Mark HorstmanWelcome to the 2013 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes here in the splendour of the Sydney Town Hall. Gathered in this room are some of the best scientific minds in the nation celebrating...
2014/09/22 14:34
2014/09/22 14:34
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RECENTLY KPMG - along with foundation partners CEDA, Bank SA, Flinders University and DMITRE (now Department of State Development) - organised a series of workshops at Government House on key issues...
2014/09/22 12:34
2014/09/22 12:34
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OUTDOOR movies and concerts for up to 2000 people will be staged in a terraced amphitheatre forming part of a new Flinders University student hub. The multi-million dollar project, including a...
2014/09/17 10:49
2014/09/17 10:49
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This article originally appeared on Christopher Hitchens said that while atheism does not guarantee a smarter-than-thou intellect, an atheist’s intellectual advantage is his ability to reject false...
2014/09/15 15:04
2014/09/15 15:04
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IN a welcome sign of the South Australian economy improving, confidence among consumers and business owners has lifted. Fears about jobs are easing and confidence has rebounded from historic lows...
2014/09/14 07:55
2014/09/14 07:55
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Belly dancing is seen by many as a sexy, provocative activity. But a new study suggests that women who participate in belly dancing do not necessarily do it because it makes them look or feel sexier,...
2014/09/13 05:05
2014/09/13 05:05
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SECRETS of the world, and indeed the universe, are continually being uncovered – and many mysteries are centred on Alice Springs. They include the 25-year-old fossil dig at Alcoota, the UFOs that...
2014/09/11 14:04
2014/09/11 14:04
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STUDENTS will enrol at TAFE and university at the same time in a state first collaboration to deliver courses that maximise job readiness. TAFE SA and Flinders University yesterday launched three new...
2014/09/11 13:07
2014/09/11 13:07
18d
Popular for the fitness benefits of its torso-driven moves and for pure enjoyment, the practice of belly dancing could also lead to improved body image for women, according to researchers from...
2014/09/10 12:34
2014/09/10 12:34
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DESIGNERS and retailers are being given a leg up thanks to local fashion industry’s equivalent of Mad March — over two months. Designs by local fashion students will be on show today at two events to...
2014/09/09 23:28
2014/09/09 23:28
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Prestigious Awards in PsychologyWednesday, 10 September 2014, 10:40 amPress Release: NZ Psychological SocietyMedia Release 10 September, 2014 For immediate release Attention: Health and Social Issues...
2014/09/09 00:42
2014/09/09 00:42
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Five Sydney and Melbourne theatres have been criticised for an absence of curatorial ideas in their 2015 seasons, failing to engage with contemporary Australian and world politics and for being “very...
2014/09/08 20:15
2014/09/08 20:15
21d
Science says more than 95 per cent of terrorist attacks are motivated by politics and revenge. Atheists say, “That’s bullshit!” And not just atheist luminaries such as Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins and...
2014/09/08 13:34
2014/09/08 13:34
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Participants in the 4th Rural and Remote Health Scientific Symposium in Canberra last week committed to a National Strategy and Action Plan for maximising the value of rural and remote health...
2014/09/08 04:05
2014/09/08 04:05
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STM looks at 10 things that have changed about Perth in the past decade — from FIFO workers and the Mandurah train to innercity living and the fear of shark attacks 1 City slickers In 2004, Perth...
2014/09/06 12:48
2014/09/06 12:48
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This article originally appeared on Science says more than 95 percent of terrorist attacks are motivated by politics and revenge. Atheists say, “That’s bullshit!” And not just atheist luminaries such...
2014/09/26 15:04
2014/09/26 15:04
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