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2014/10/24 02:27
2014/10/24 02:27
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NARRATIONWe're on our way to Yalata Beach to meet up with members of the local community. It's about 20km south of the Eyre Highway but getting there is proving a challenge. Dr Derek MullerGo, go,...
2014/10/24 02:27
2014/10/24 02:27
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2014/10/24 02:26
2014/10/24 02:26
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Anja TaylorAfter four weeks on the road, we're heading to South Australia's Coorong Wetlands. It's where the mighty Murray River meets the Southern Ocean and feeds into the Coorong Lagoon. It's hard...
2014/10/24 02:26
2014/10/24 02:26
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NARRATIONAfter 1,668km of Eyre Highway, we finally made it to the other side of the Nullarbor. The Spencer Gulf - the first water we've crossed since Perth. Industry and agriculture are unfamiliar...
2014/10/23 04:27
2014/10/23 04:27
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Hand sanitisers boost BPA absorption from receipts Related Stories Heat warning People handling shopping receipts on a regular basis may want to avoid using hand sanitiser. New research suggests...
2014/10/23 04:27
2014/10/23 04:27
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Saga of the Hobbit: a decade in the making It's 10 years since the discovery of Homo floresiensis (aka the "Hobbit") was announced. The bones - and debate they've generated - can tell us a lot about...
2014/10/22 18:15
2014/10/22 18:15
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He lived about 45,000 years ago and died on the banks of a river in Siberia and now scientists have decoded his DNA to narrow the time when humans and Neanderthals first got a little bit frisky. He...
2014/10/22 16:17
2014/10/22 16:17
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Early Intervention Could Boost Education Levels Newswise — Taking steps from an early age to improve childhood education skills could raise overall population levels of academic achievement by as...
2014/10/22 13:13
2014/10/22 13:13
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TOO many Aboriginal people are incarcerated and their environmental needs aren’t being met by our prisons, an expert in the field told Ballarat residents at the University of Ballarat’s Mt Helen...
2014/10/22 12:39
2014/10/22 12:39
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Halloween appears to have infiltrated Australian culture, and according to a University of Adelaide researcher, the reason for its increasing popularity could run much deeper than...
2014/10/22 12:34
2014/10/22 12:34
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SOUTH Australian Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young is waging a campaign against the state’s biggest company, urging Adelaide universities to dump shares in Santos and other fossil-fuel producing...
2014/10/21 23:42
2014/10/21 23:42
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I’m Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics at LIU Post in New York. I’ve published several articles in professional journals and magazines, including Barron’s, The New York Times, Japan...
2014/10/21 13:17
2014/10/21 13:17
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New Methods to Calculate Risk of Floods Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise — University of Adelaide researchers are devising new methods to more accurately estimate long-term flood risk...
2014/10/20 14:04
2014/10/20 14:04
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ROAD safety experts have warned that time-consuming drug testing of motorists is being carried out at the expense of efforts to catch more dangerous drunk drivers. Drink and drug testing of motorists...
2014/10/19 01:26
2014/10/19 01:26
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Adelaide public dental clinic facing federal funding doubt Hundreds of thousands of Australians unable to find the money for dental care are waiting years, in some cases, for public clinics to treat...
2014/10/19 01:02
2014/10/19 01:02
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Maths professor appointed to commonwealth science council17 October 2014 Professor Nalini Joshi from the University of Sydney's School of Mathematics and Statistics has been appointed to the Federal...
2014/10/18 18:42
2014/10/18 18:42
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I’m Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics at LIU Post in New York. I’ve published several articles in professional journals and magazines, including Barron’s, The New York Times, Japan...
2014/10/18 11:15
2014/10/18 11:15
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Giving up her first child was tough. But it was the first of many hard decisions for academic Jo Buckskin. Dr Joanne Buckskin mentors indigenous students at the University of Wollongong. Picture:...
2014/10/17 12:04
2014/10/17 12:04
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FROM little things big things grow ... true words when it comes to preterm babies who beat the odds such as Kasey Aplin, 32, of Salisbury Plains. While not every baby born preterm has a happy ending,...
2014/10/16 22:38
2014/10/16 22:38
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More than 100 years since they were first discovered, some of the world's most bizarre fossils have been identified by researchers from the University of Adelaide as distant relatives of humans. The...
2014/10/16 18:31
2014/10/16 18:31
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It might not be obvious on the scales, but healthy eating and increased physical activity from walking during pregnancy is directly associated with a range of improved outcomes at birth, according to...
2014/10/24 02:27
2014/10/24 02:27
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