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Herald Sun
Is this proof Einstein was absolutely right?Raw power ... The gravitational ripples caused by two black holes colliding has
Is this proof Einstein was absolutely right?
Herald Sun / Posted 20 minutes ago
Raw power ... The gravitational ripples caused by two black holes colliding has reported by been detected by an international experiment in the United States. Source: NASA EINSTEIN’S greatest prediction may have been correct: The titanic forces... Read more
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Perth Now
Is this proof Einstein was absolutely right?Raw power ... The gravitational ripples caused by two black holes colliding has
Is this proof Einstein was absolutely right?
Perth Now / Posted 44 minutes ago
Raw power ... The gravitational ripples caused by two black holes colliding has reported by been detected by an international experiment in the United States. Source: NASA EINSTEIN’S greatest prediction may have been correct: The titanic forces... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Is this proof Einstein was absolutely right?Raw power ... The gravitational ripples caused by two black holes colliding has
Is this proof Einstein was absolutely right?
Adelaide Now / Posted 45 minutes ago
Raw power ... The gravitational ripples caused by two black holes colliding has reported by been detected by an international experiment in the United States. Source: NASA EINSTEIN’S greatest prediction may have been correct: The titanic forces... Read more
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The Courier
Learning contentmentA BOATING accident gave Zoe Creelman a new perspective on life at a time when a
Learning contentment
The Courier / Posted 7 hours ago
A BOATING accident gave Zoe Creelman a new perspective on life at a time when a new life chapter was just beginning PERSPECTIVE: Zoe Creelman says spirituality kept her life steady after a boating accident. She chose to tell her story in the school... Read more
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The Age
Education news in briefAll in the hand movement: research shows finger tracing helps students solve ma
Education news in brief
The Age / Posted 10 hours ago
All in the hand movement: research shows finger tracing helps students solve maths problems. Finger tracing method a boon for maths Students who trace over maths problems using a finger are able to solve them more easily and accurately, University... Read more
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The Courier
Bookmarks: News and views from the book worldTanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and th
Bookmarks: News and views from the book world
The Courier / Posted 13 hours ago
Tanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and the PEN boss comes to town. A comfortable berth Comfort Zone, the first novel by the former member for Melbourne and finance minister during the GFC, Lindsay Tanner, has... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Bookmarks: News and views from the book worldTanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and th
Bookmarks: News and views from the book world
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 hours ago
Tanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and the PEN boss comes to town. A comfortable berth Comfort Zone, the first novel by the former member for Melbourne and finance minister during the GFC, Lindsay Tanner, has... Read more
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The Young Witness
Bookmarks: News and views from the book worldTanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and th
Bookmarks: News and views from the book world
The Young Witness / Posted 13 hours ago
Tanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and the PEN boss comes to town. A comfortable berth Comfort Zone, the first novel by the former member for Melbourne and finance minister during the GFC, Lindsay Tanner, has... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bookmarks: News and views from the book worldTanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and th
Bookmarks: News and views from the book world
Western Advocate / Posted 14 hours ago
Tanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and the PEN boss comes to town. A comfortable berth Comfort Zone, the first novel by the former member for Melbourne and finance minister during the GFC, Lindsay Tanner, has... Read more
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Manning River Times
Bookmarks: News and views from the book worldTanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and th
Bookmarks: News and views from the book world
Manning River Times / Posted 14 hours ago
Tanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and the PEN boss comes to town. A comfortable berth Comfort Zone, the first novel by the former member for Melbourne and finance minister during the GFC, Lindsay Tanner, has... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Bookmarks: News and views from the book worldTanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and th
Bookmarks: News and views from the book world
Kiama Independent / Posted 14 hours ago
Tanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and the PEN boss comes to town. A comfortable berth Comfort Zone, the first novel by the former member for Melbourne and finance minister during the GFC, Lindsay Tanner, has... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Bookmarks: News and views from the book worldTanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and th
Bookmarks: News and views from the book world
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 14 hours ago
Tanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and the PEN boss comes to town. A comfortable berth Comfort Zone, the first novel by the former member for Melbourne and finance minister during the GFC, Lindsay Tanner, has... Read more
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Japan Today
Australian scientists offer new hope for paraplegics ‹ Japan TodayAustralian researchers have created a “bionic spinal cord” they said Tuesday co
Australian scientists offer new hope for paraplegics ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 14 hours ago
Australian researchers have created a “bionic spinal cord” they said Tuesday could give paralysed people hope of walking again through the power of thought, without resorting to open brain surgery. The system would use a device the size of a... Read more
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redOrbit
Implantable electrode may enable mind-control of bionic limbsFebruary 8, 2016 by Chuck Bednar A new device designed to allow patients suff
Implantable electrode may enable mind-control of bionic limbs
redOrbit / Posted 14 hours ago
February 8, 2016 by Chuck Bednar A new device designed to allow patients suffering from paralysis to regain the ability to move by using their thoughts to power bionic limbs or... Read more
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The North West Star
Bookmarks: News and views from the book worldTanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and th
Bookmarks: News and views from the book world
The North West Star / Posted 14 hours ago
Tanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and the PEN boss comes to town. A comfortable berth Comfort Zone, the first novel by the former member for Melbourne and finance minister during the GFC, Lindsay Tanner, has... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Bookmarks: News and views from the book worldTanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and th
Bookmarks: News and views from the book world
Daily Liberal / Posted 14 hours ago
Tanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and the PEN boss comes to town. A comfortable berth Comfort Zone, the first novel by the former member for Melbourne and finance minister during the GFC, Lindsay Tanner, has... Read more
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The Age
Equal pay is an academic concept for women in higher educationLagging: despite equal opportunity legislation, women's academic careers and pa
Equal pay is an academic concept for women in higher education
The Age / Posted 14 hours ago
Lagging: despite equal opportunity legislation, women's academic careers and pay lag behind men's. Photo: Louise Kennerley It's 44 years since Australian women workers were granted equal pay. Yet in many occupations women still lag behind men in... Read more
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The Border Mail
Bookmarks: News and views from the book worldTanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and th
Bookmarks: News and views from the book world
The Border Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
Tanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and the PEN boss comes to town. A comfortable berth Comfort Zone, the first novel by the former member for Melbourne and finance minister during the GFC, Lindsay Tanner, has... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Bookmarks: News and views from the book worldTanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and th
Bookmarks: News and views from the book world
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 14 hours ago
Tanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and the PEN boss comes to town. A comfortable berth Comfort Zone, the first novel by the former member for Melbourne and finance minister during the GFC, Lindsay Tanner, has... Read more
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asianage
‘Bionic spinal cord’ may help paralysed patients walk againAustralian researchers have created a “bionic spinal cord” they said on Tuesday
‘Bionic spinal cord’ may help paralysed patients walk again
asianage / Posted 15 hours ago
Australian researchers have created a “bionic spinal cord” they said on Tuesday could give paralysed people hope of walking again through the power of thought, without resorting to open brain surgery. The system would use a device the size of a... Read more
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asianage
�Bionic spinal cord' may help paralysed patients walk againAustralian researchers have created a “bionic spinal cord” they said on Tuesday
�Bionic spinal cord' may help paralysed patients walk again
asianage / Posted 15 hours ago
Australian researchers have created a “bionic spinal cord” they said on Tuesday could give paralysed people hope of walking again through the power of thought, without resorting to open brain surgery. The system would use a device the size of a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Marcia LangtonTelevision Australia Wide The Killing Season Planet America Arts & Culture
Marcia Langton
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 hours ago
Television Australia Wide The Killing Season Planet America Arts & Culture Corrections & Clarifications Health & Wellbeing Religion & Ethics The Weather Man Antony Green's Election Blog is the founding chair... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Closing the gap: Why financial literacy should be a priority The Government's focus must shift from a systemic policy of encouraging Indig
Closing the gap: Why financial literacy should be a priority
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 hours ago
The Government's focus must shift from a systemic policy of encouraging Indigenous welfare to one that assists people to fully engage in the economy through workforce participation and... Read more
17h
Science Daily
The Nullarbor Plain's ancient forests revealedScientists at the University of Melbourne used new techniques to date fossilise
The Nullarbor Plain's ancient forests revealed
Science Daily / Posted 17 hours ago
Scientists at the University of Melbourne used new techniques to date fossilised pollen and reveal the Plain's 'big wet' -- a dramatic transformation in climate that occurred around five million years ago. The finding sheds new light on the... Read more
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The Manila Times
Scientists offer new hope for paraplegicsFebruary 9, 2016 10:07 pm SYDNEY: Australian researchers have created a “bioni
Scientists offer new hope for paraplegics
The Manila Times / Posted 22 hours ago
February 9, 2016 10:07 pm SYDNEY: Australian researchers have created a “bionic spinal cord” they said Tuesday could give paralyzed people hope of walking again through the power of thought, without resorting... Read more
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Weekly Times
Worst of El Nino looks overTHE current El Nino weather pattern has not lived up to its “Godzilla” status.
Worst of El Nino looks over
Weekly Times / Posted 23 hours ago
THE current El Nino weather pattern has not lived up to its “Godzilla” status. University of Melbourne atmospheric science professor David Karoly told The Weekly Times the El Nino – which the Bureau of Meteorology last week said remained strong but... Read more
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Medical News Today
Bionic implant could help paralyzed people 'walk with the power of thought'A team of researchers is developing a revolutionary bionic brain implant to hel
Bionic implant could help paralyzed people 'walk with the power of thought'
Medical News Today / Posted yesterday
A team of researchers is developing a revolutionary bionic brain implant to help paralyzed people control a robotic exoskeleton just by thinking about it. The team is hoping to test the matchstick-sized stent electrode, or "stentrode," in a group of... Read more
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T3
You could soon be controlling an exoskeleton with the power of your mindThe treatment of paralysis and other spinal conditions could be changed forever
You could soon be controlling an exoskeleton with the power of your mind
T3 / Posted yesterday
The treatment of paralysis and other spinal conditions could be changed forever thanks to a new innovation from scientists based at the University of Melbourne. Presented in the latest issue of scientific journal Nature, the tech consists of a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Health and Fitness - Lower Back Pain Prevention - Overnights - (ABC) Health and Fitness - Lower Back Pain Prevention Health an
Health and Fitness - Lower Back Pain Prevention -
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Overnights - (ABC) Health and Fitness - Lower Back Pain Prevention Health and Fitness - Lower Back Pain Prevention Download as MP3 A new study has found that exercise reduces the risk of low back... Read more
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The Border Mail
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris TsaloumasDimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and la
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Dimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and later the Patrick White award for a writer deemed not to have been sufficiently recognised. The Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas has died on the island of Leros,... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris TsaloumasDimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and la
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
Dimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and later the Patrick White award for a writer deemed not to have been sufficiently recognised. The Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas has died on the island of Leros,... Read more
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The Courier
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris TsaloumasDimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and la
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas
The Courier / Posted yesterday
Dimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and later the Patrick White award for a writer deemed not to have been sufficiently recognised. The Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas has died on the island of Leros,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris TsaloumasDimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and la
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
Dimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and later the Patrick White award for a writer deemed not to have been sufficiently recognised. The Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas has died on the island of Leros,... Read more
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The Young Witness
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris TsaloumasDimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and la
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
Dimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and later the Patrick White award for a writer deemed not to have been sufficiently recognised. The Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas has died on the island of Leros,... Read more
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Western Advocate
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris TsaloumasDimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and la
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
Dimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and later the Patrick White award for a writer deemed not to have been sufficiently recognised. The Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas has died on the island of Leros,... Read more
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Kiama Independent
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris TsaloumasDimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and la
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
Dimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and later the Patrick White award for a writer deemed not to have been sufficiently recognised. The Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas has died on the island of Leros,... Read more
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Manning River Times
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris TsaloumasDimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and la
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
Dimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and later the Patrick White award for a writer deemed not to have been sufficiently recognised. The Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas has died on the island of Leros,... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris TsaloumasDimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and la
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
Dimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and later the Patrick White award for a writer deemed not to have been sufficiently recognised. The Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas has died on the island of Leros,... Read more
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The North West Star
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris TsaloumasDimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and la
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
Dimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and later the Patrick White award for a writer deemed not to have been sufficiently recognised. The Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas has died on the island of Leros,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris TsaloumasDimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and la
A fond farewell for Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
Dimitris Tsaloumas won a National Book Council award for The Observatory and later the Patrick White award for a writer deemed not to have been sufficiently recognised. The Australian Greek poet Dimitris Tsaloumas has died on the island of Leros,... Read more
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Mashable
'Bionic spinal cord' aims to move robotic limbs with power of thoughtImage: BSIP/UIG via Getty Images Australian scientists hope a device about the
'Bionic spinal cord' aims to move robotic limbs with power of thought
Mashable / Posted yesterday
Image: BSIP/UIG via Getty Images Australian scientists hope a device about the size of a matchstick will one day help people with spinal cord injuries get back on their feet. The device, a stent-electrode recording array or stentrode, could allow... Read more
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Northern Star
Institute: Bushfire seasons worse due to climate changeSOUTHERN parts of Australia are becoming hotter and dryer, and that our bushfir
Institute: Bushfire seasons worse due to climate change
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
SOUTHERN parts of Australia are becoming hotter and dryer, and that our bushfire seasons are becoming longer and more extreme thanks to climate change, The Climate Institute said. The Institute said this evidence from ongoing scientific research... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Thought-controlled device could help paralysed people move limbs Photo: The device, which is the size of a paper clip, records brain activity
Thought-controlled device could help paralysed people move limbs
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Photo: The device, which is the size of a paper clip, records brain activity and converts the signals into electrical commands. (Supplied: University of Melbourne) Melbourne medical... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Thought-controlled device could help paralysed people move limbs Photo: The device, which is the size of a paper clip, records brain activity
Thought-controlled device could help paralysed people move limbs
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Photo: The device, which is the size of a paper clip, records brain activity and converts the signals into electrical commands. (Supplied: University of Melbourne) Melbourne medical... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Bionic spine offers hope for paraplegicsA 'revolutionary' device implanted in a brain blood vessel may one day enable p
Bionic spine offers hope for paraplegics
Sky News Australia / Posted yesterday
A 'revolutionary' device implanted in a brain blood vessel may one day enable people with spinal cord injuries to walk again, say Melbourne researchers. Their limbs won't be reactivated, but the person's direct thought may be able to control... Read more
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FOX News
Scientists invent 'bionic spine' to help paraplegics regain movement using thoughtsScientists have already developed devices that allow paraplegics to control the
Scientists invent 'bionic spine' to help paraplegics regain movement using thoughts
FOX News / Posted yesterday
Scientists have already developed devices that allow paraplegics to control the movement of some limbs with their thoughts, but inputting most of them poses risk for infection and other complications. Now, researchers in Australia say a new “bionic... Read more
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News.com.au
The stories you need to know todayDavid Warner and Steve Smith look on after a loss in the third Chappell-Hadlee
The stories you need to know today
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
David Warner and Steve Smith look on after a loss in the third Chappell-Hadlee Trophy New Zealand overnight. Good morning, and welcome to our headlines-in-a-hurry news coverage. We bring you the morning’s biggest stories so you can get across the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know todayDavid Warner and Steve Smith look on after a loss in the third Chappell-Hadlee
RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know today
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
David Warner and Steve Smith look on after a loss in the third Chappell-Hadlee Trophy New Zealand overnight. Good morning, and welcome to our headlines-in-a-hurry news coverage. We bring you the morning’s biggest stories so you can get across the... Read more
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Science Daily
New device to get people with paralysis back on their feet: Scientists have tested the world's first minimally-invasive brain-machine interface, designed to control an exoskeleton with the power of thoughtThe new device is the size of a small paperclip and will be implanted in the fi
New device to get people with paralysis back on their feet: Scientists have tested the world's first minimally-invasive brain-machine interface, designed to control an exoskeleton with the power of thought
Science Daily / Posted yesterday
The new device is the size of a small paperclip and will be implanted in the first in-human trial at The Royal Melbourne Hospital in 2017. The participants will be selected from the Austin Health Victorian Spinal Cord Unit. The results published in... Read more
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Herald Sun
Tech helps Melb Zoo orang-utans interact Melbourne Zoo is pioneering world-leading computer technology that will help
Tech helps Melb Zoo orang-utans interact
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
Melbourne Zoo is pioneering world-leading computer technology that will help orang-utans find new ways to interact with their keepers and visitors. The zoo will unveil the results of the world-first research... Read more
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