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2015/05/24 00:24
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Martin Luther King Jr. addresses marchers during his "I Have a Dream" speech at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington. Having spent the last four decades exploring the intersection of spirituality and...
2015/05/24 00:24
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2015/05/23 17:18
2015/05/23 17:18
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Deb Colville, an ophthalmologist and president of the Victorian Medical Women's Society says casual sexism discourages women from entering surgery. Photo: Paul Jeffers Women are at least twice as...
2015/05/23 13:33
2015/05/23 13:33
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Cheating on your partner may come from your genes—especially for women Warning: This article may be deadly for your trust issues. Men are always presumed to want to sleep with as many people as...
2015/05/23 08:46
2015/05/23 08:46
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Maxine Beneba Clarke Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Australian Novelists of 2015 are, without exception, outsiders writing about what it is to be outsiders. Their...
2015/05/22 14:41
2015/05/22 14:41
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Animals Ease Social Anxiety in Kids with Autism When animals are present, children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) have lower readings on a device that detects anxiety and other forms of social...
2015/05/22 03:55
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... open letter from Australian scientists to the world’s banks regarding investments in the Galilee Basin. We the undersigned call on banks and other financial institutions to desist from providing...
2015/05/21 22:34
2015/05/21 22:34
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Significant reform in 2008 in Victoria of the state’s abortion law was achieved – say Professors Heather Douglas and Caroline de Costa – because women MPs overwhelmingly voted, across party lines, to...
2015/05/21 20:34
2015/05/21 20:34
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WILLIAM Forgan-Smith was only four and a half years old when grandfather former Queensland Premier William Forgan Smith passed away (note the lack of hyphen). His memories consist of being picked up...
2015/05/21 15:35
2015/05/21 15:35
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Scientists are using a supercomputer to identify the nanostructure of cellulose to potentially pave the way for more disease-resistant crop varieties and increase the sustainability of the pulp, paper...
2015/05/21 14:31
2015/05/21 14:31
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The extent to which our traits and behavior are affected by either genetic or environmental factors – “nature or nurture” – is a prominent question not only for science but in moral and political...
2015/05/20 19:17
2015/05/20 19:17
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IMAGINE this football players, coaches, officials and fans. Twelve catchment clubs working together to help the Ipswich region's highest level club produce a future Socceroo. But it's much more than...
2015/05/20 06:26
2015/05/20 06:26
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Queensland school students' enthusiasm for agriculture grows through sunflower competition Getting teenagers excited about gardening is no easy feat, but a competition combining science and...
2015/05/19 05:55
2015/05/19 05:55
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The Baird government has cleared AGL of any "adverse findings" after a probe into the discovery of banned chemicals at the energy giant's coal seam gas operations in northern NSW. The Baird...
2015/05/19 05:27
2015/05/19 05:27
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Australia's peak banana growers' body has welcomed the finding on Tuesday morning that a banana farm near Mareeba has been cleared of Panama disease, Tropical Race 4. Australia's peak banana growers...
2015/05/19 05:21
2015/05/19 05:21
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Mozart, mood lighting and even probiotics: The tricks farmers are using to try and breed healthier CHICKENS Researchers are experimenting with Mozart and mood lighting Hope to improve health of...
2015/05/19 05:18
2015/05/19 05:18
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Jesse 'Monstar' Williams cancer shock A Queensland kidney disease expert says Brisbane-raised NFL star Jesse Williams has a "very good" chance of a full recovery from cancer. Centre for Kidney...
2015/05/17 20:57
2015/05/17 20:57
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RESEARCH over three years has found the Solitary Islands Marine Park is free of widespread coral bleaching. However, forecasts of warmer summer temperatures ahead could prove severe. That's the key...
2015/05/16 14:24
2015/05/16 14:24
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A University of Queensland student found a metal object in a meal. Photo: Supplied A University of Queensland student received a surprise when he found a metal object, which appeared to be a chain...
2015/05/16 11:35
2015/05/16 11:35
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... ability to figure out what other people are thinking and feeling comes into play in interpersonal interactions and helps us understand complex social situations, such as when one person double...
2015/05/16 03:29
2015/05/16 03:29
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HAVE you ever made an important decision in a hurry? It turns out you’re not alone and there’s a reason you keep doing it. Consider bidding for a house. Or buying a car. Or sleeping with a new...
2015/05/24 00:24
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