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2015/07/29 14:35
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Bad news, vegetarians – plants feel stress just like human beings Bad news, vegetarians – when you’re peeling a potato, it might well be SCREAMING inside. A new study in Nature Communications...
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2015/07/29 09:39
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Credit: SC Department of Agriculture University of Adelaide research has shown for the first time that, despite not having a nervous system, plants use signals normally associated with animals when...
2015/07/29 07:58
2015/07/29 07:58
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SCIENTISTS are developing an all new natural sunscreen that could even protect your backyard furniture. But there’s something fishy about this sunscreen. The sunscreen has been inspired by natural...
2015/07/29 00:42
2015/07/29 00:42
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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...
2015/07/28 22:05
2015/07/28 22:05
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A new species of peacock spider found at Carnarvon Station in Queensland, on a previous Bush Blitz survey. Photo: R. Whyte Thirteen new species of spider – including a brush-footed trapdoor spider –...
2015/07/28 14:50
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The trans-Pacific partnership that Australia could join this week will move beyond tariffs and into the new frontiers of "data protectionism", say trade economists and business leaders. After the...
2015/07/28 07:26
2015/07/28 07:26
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Opposition accuses SA Treasurer of being 'scared to answer questions' about jobs A budget estimates hearing was suspended after a clash between South Australia's Treasurer and Opposition Leader over...
2015/07/28 06:15
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Thirteen new species of spider – including a brush-footed trapdoor spider – have been discovered on Queensland's Cape York peninsula, on the Indigenous Olkola​ people's traditional lands. A curtain...
2015/07/27 22:42
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The debate about what caused the extinction of charismatic megafauna in both Europe and North America is heating up. It is no secret that the cause of the extinction of megafauna such as the woolly...
2015/07/27 17:21
2015/07/27 17:21
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Does semen control a woman's behaviour? Exposure may affect genes, hormones and fertility, research claims Study: Male semen can affect the genes and behaviour of females Phenomenon, called seminal...
2015/07/27 13:44
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Paleogeneticist Alan Cooper of the University of Adelaide in Australia and his colleagues analyzed the genetic material from dozens of megafauna fossils from North America and Eurasia to determine how...
2015/07/27 07:38
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... John's Wort' side effects same as antidepressants', warn researchers Are you taking St John's Wort for depression? Well, it maybe time you stop as a new study claims that it can produce serious...
2015/07/27 01:34
2015/07/27 01:34
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Bill Shorten survived an internal push for a future Labor government to ban turning back asylum seeker boats at the ALP’s three-day national conference, which concluded in Melbourne on Sunday. The...
2015/07/26 20:26
2015/07/26 20:26
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Australian Gumnut babies could soon wander the streets of the United States and Europe Flowering ornamental eucalyptus trees, grafted and cloned at the University of Adelaide, could soon be lining...
2015/07/26 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...
2015/07/26 05:26
2015/07/26 05:26
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Banking on future demand for graphite and graphene, Australian companies search the globe for new deposits Australian companies are searching high and low for new graphite deposits, and their hunt is...
2015/07/26 03:48
2015/07/26 03:48
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Winemaker Fran Austin says the cool climate means wine producers have to battle in more risky conditions. Photo: Glenn Hunt The Apple Isle is the most profitable wine region in Australia. Tasmania...
2015/07/24 11:39
2015/07/24 11:39
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Two new research projects at the University of Adelaide will use leading genomic expertise and technologies to benefit the wine industry and biodiversity conservation. The two projects have won...
2015/07/23 18:23
2015/07/23 18:23
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The long and winding road to the top of New Zealand's secondary school choir rankings is never easy, but St Hilda's Collegiate's Sings Hilda Choir appears to have plenty of breath left to take on the...
2015/07/22 11:39
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Research from the University of Adelaide is helping to show small retailers how they can compete against the huge retail chains – and it's the little things that can make all the difference. A study...
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