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2014/10/21 16:43
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TUESDAY, Oct. 21, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Children of mothers exposed to high levels of traffic air pollution during pregnancy may be at increased risk for lung damage, according to a new...
2014/10/21 16:43
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2014/10/21 16:39
2014/10/21 16:39
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They may be tiny and stingless but there's nothing sweet and innocent about a species of native Sugarbag bee when it goes to war over a coveted honey-filled hive. A study by behavioural ecologist Dr...
2014/10/21 12:18
2014/10/21 12:18
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While the health benefits of eating fish have become better appreciated in recent years, many wild fish stocks continue to be overfished, according to a new report that highlights the growing gap...
2014/10/21 11:27
2014/10/21 11:27
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Citizen CSI: Crime 101x gives the public a chance to catch the criminal The University of Queensland is inviting participants from around the globe to take part in a citizen crime scene...
2014/10/21 11:26
2014/10/21 11:26
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Key to happiness is eating more fruit and veg, University of Queensland study shows Eating large amounts of fruit and vegetables can make you happier, Queensland research has found. The University...
2014/10/21 03:55
2014/10/21 03:55
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We’ve published an article today from Keith Orchison which, it would be fair to say, is intended as a bit of a reality check to renewable energy advocates keen to throw off coal. It certainly does...
2014/10/21 00:23
2014/10/21 00:23
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STARTING up a not-for-profit club is something people can consider. You have a concern, or an interest, that's shared more widely than just you as an individual. You want to do something, or promote...
2014/10/20 20:23
2014/10/20 20:23
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EIGHTEEN-year-old Nikki Hoffmann can lay claim to the best campdraft average score in the nation. She has ridden the mare Laroona Sabrano twice for an 88 in an equal third place in a ladies campdraft...
2014/10/20 14:33
2014/10/20 14:33
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ADHD is different for women When you live in total squalor—cookies in your pants drawer, pants in your cookies drawer, and nickels, dresses, old New Yorkers, and apple seeds in your bed—it’s hard to...
2014/10/20 07:20
2014/10/20 07:20
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Melting moments: University campaigns against fossil fuel holdings are not about to go away. Photo: Steve Weston Pressure for the nation's leading universities to join the Australian National...
2014/10/20 01:55
2014/10/20 01:55
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Extrapolating the past and present in to the future is risky business. Hopefully, Rhodes scholar Tony Abbott knows this. Critics of his “coal has a big future as well as a big past” statement don’t...
2014/10/18 23:37
2014/10/18 23:37
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The health benefits of seafood are clear: fish protein is low in saturated fats and high in nutrients and essential fatty acids as well as being rich in calcium, zinc and selenium. In the UK there...
2014/10/18 04:26
2014/10/18 04:26
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Queensland bees take part in kamikaze death match for hive supremacy, study finds Photo: The study found the bees fight to the death, in wars sparked by prime real estate. (Supplied: Dr Paul...
2014/10/17 15:36
2014/10/17 15:36
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New research led by the University of Exeter has found that species that live in and erode coral reefs will play a major role in determining the future of reefs. The research, which is published in...
2014/10/17 14:13
2014/10/17 14:13
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... -- A team of scientists has just finished what might literally be described as one of the most breathtaking jobs in the world -- surveying and mapping the coral reefs in Southeast Asia's Coral...
2014/10/17 07:27
2014/10/17 07:27
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Australia’s first Centre of Research Excellence in Chronic Kidney Disease will be established at The University of Queensland with a $2.5 million grant announced today. The grant featured in today’s...
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...
2014/10/16 23:17
2014/10/16 23:17
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The 1952 unsolved murder of Betty Shanks in Brisbane sparks battle between publishers of rival books The murder of Betty Shanks, 23, in the Brisbane suburb of Grange is still a mystery. Source: News...
2014/10/16 15:16
2014/10/16 15:16
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The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has raised concerns of international spread -- and economic impact -- similar to the SARS epidemic in 2002 and 2003. “Fear of contagion, very early, would lead to a...
2014/10/16 05:17
2014/10/16 05:17
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Source: iStock A giant, stocky and extinct family of kangaroos were once able to walk on two feet, "convincing" new research has proposed. The family of "sthenurine" kangaroos, which died out 30,000...
2014/10/21 16:43
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