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The Age
The geeks shall inherit the Earth: how pop culture celebrations are replacing religionthat comes with a celebratory gathering. Lauren Rosewarne, a senior lecturer i
The geeks shall inherit the Earth: how pop culture celebrations are replacing religion
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
that comes with a celebratory gathering. Lauren Rosewarne, a senior lecturer in social and political science at the University of Melbourne, says these 21st-century days of worship have similarities with religious days. "It's certainly a... Read more
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The Border Mail
May the 4th be with you: Fans come out for Star Wars Daythat comes with a celebratory gathering. Lauren Rosewarne, a senior lecturer i
May the 4th be with you: Fans come out for Star Wars Day
The Border Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
that comes with a celebratory gathering. Lauren Rosewarne, a senior lecturer in social and political science at the University of Melbourne, says these 21st-century days of worship have similarities with religious days. "It's certainly a... Read more
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The Courier
May the 4th be with you: Fans come out for Star Wars Daythat comes with a celebratory gathering. Lauren Rosewarne, a senior lecturer i
May the 4th be with you: Fans come out for Star Wars Day
The Courier / Posted 4 hours ago
that comes with a celebratory gathering. Lauren Rosewarne, a senior lecturer in social and political science at the University of Melbourne, says these 21st-century days of worship have similarities with religious days. "It's certainly a... Read more
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The Border Mail
May the 4th be with you: Fans come out for Star Wars Daythat comes with a celebratory gathering. Lauren Rosewarne, a senior lecturer i
May the 4th be with you: Fans come out for Star Wars Day
The Border Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
that comes with a celebratory gathering. Lauren Rosewarne, a senior lecturer in social and political science at the University of Melbourne, says these 21st-century days of worship have similarities with religious days. "It's certainly a... Read more
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The Age
Fly in, take picture, go home: Melbourne becoming a key destination for booming Asian pre-wedding photographyActually, the answer has little to do with the grass and lighting. Many Asians
Fly in, take picture, go home: Melbourne becoming a key destination for booming Asian pre-wedding photography
The Age / Posted 7 hours ago
Actually, the answer has little to do with the grass and lighting. Many Asians coming back for photos studied at the University of Melbourne – who host their end-of-year exams at the Royal Exhibition Building in the gardens. Augustine and Su... Read more
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The Age
Purple pain: why the deaths of Prince and Bowie cut us so deepprotection, while lamenting the robust state of Kanye or Bieber's health. Pop
Purple pain: why the deaths of Prince and Bowie cut us so deep
The Age / Posted 8 hours ago
protection, while lamenting the robust state of Kanye or Bieber's health. Pop culture expert Lauren Rosewarne from the University of Melbourne said duration of career should not determine our level of respect. "Someone like Justin Bieber has... Read more
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Canberra Times
Purple pain: why the rising toll of dead celebrities cuts us so deepprotection, while lamenting the robust state of Kanye or Bieber's health. Pop
Purple pain: why the rising toll of dead celebrities cuts us so deep
Canberra Times / Posted 12 hours ago
protection, while lamenting the robust state of Kanye or Bieber's health. Pop culture expert Lauren Rosewarne from the University of Melbourne said duration of career should not determine our level of respect. "Someone like Justin Bieber has... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Purple pain: why the rising toll of dead celebrities cuts us so deepprotection, while lamenting the robust state of Kanye or Bieber's health. Pop
Purple pain: why the rising toll of dead celebrities cuts us so deep
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 hours ago
protection, while lamenting the robust state of Kanye or Bieber's health. Pop culture expert Lauren Rosewarne from the University of Melbourne said duration of career should not determine our level of respect. "Someone like Justin Bieber has... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Purple pain: why the deaths of Prince and Bowie cut us so deepprotection, while lamenting the robust state of Kanye or Bieber's health. Pop
Purple pain: why the deaths of Prince and Bowie cut us so deep
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
protection, while lamenting the robust state of Kanye or Bieber's health. Pop culture expert Lauren Rosewarne from the University of Melbourne said duration of career should not determine our level of respect. "Someone like Justin Bieber has... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Rare two-headed snake surprises breederhad heard of double-headed rat snakes living up to the age of 20 but also insta
Rare two-headed snake surprises breeder
Daily Liberal / Posted 14 hours ago
had heard of double-headed rat snakes living up to the age of 20 but also instances where they would last only a few days. University of Melbourne School of Bio-Sciences senior lecturer Ben Phillips said depending on how well everything was... Read more
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iTWire
Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) – send in the cloudsindustry capabilities, analytical insights, and innovation. He holds Bachelor
Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) – send in the clouds
iTWire / Posted 15 hours ago
industry capabilities, analytical insights, and innovation. He holds Bachelor degrees in Science and Commerce from the University of Melbourne, and a Master of Management (Technology) from the Melbourne Business School, completing research into... Read more
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Daily Mail
Male Darwin spiders perform oral sex on females up to 100 timeshave long been thought to chow down on their mates as a result of uncontrollabl
Male Darwin spiders perform oral sex on females up to 100 times
Daily Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
have long been thought to chow down on their mates as a result of uncontrollable aggression. A recent study from the University of Melbourne suggests that this behaviour is actually more calculated than reputation suggests, and spiders are... Read more
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The Border Mail
Fighting for survival, some animals and plants are thriving in the heart of Melbournecall the city home. The new research comes from the ARC Centre of Excellence f
Fighting for survival, some animals and plants are thriving in the heart of Melbourne
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
call the city home. The new research comes from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions, based at the University of Melbourne. One of the report's authors, Pia Lentini, said the world-first research identified how many of our... Read more
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The Courier
Fighting for survival, some animals and plants are thriving in the heart of Melbournecall the city home. The new research comes from the ARC Centre of Excellence f
Fighting for survival, some animals and plants are thriving in the heart of Melbourne
The Courier / Posted yesterday
call the city home. The new research comes from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions, based at the University of Melbourne. One of the report's authors, Pia Lentini, said the world-first research identified how many of our... Read more
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The Age
The endagered animals that call Melbourne city homePhoto: Mark Clements The new research comes from the ARC Centre of Excellence
The endagered animals that call Melbourne city home
The Age / Posted yesterday
Photo: Mark Clements The new research comes from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions, based at the University of Melbourne. One of the report's authors, Pia Lentini, said the world-first research identified how many of our... Read more
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The Courier
Police reassure Chinese students after wave of muggingsnot targeting Asian international students based on their ethnicity, police say
Police reassure Chinese students after wave of muggings
The Courier / Posted yesterday
not targeting Asian international students based on their ethnicity, police say, amid a wave of robberies reported near the University of Melbourne. Thugs are not targeting Asian international students based on their race, police say, amid a wave... Read more
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The Border Mail
Police reassure Chinese students after wave of muggingsnot targeting Asian international students based on their ethnicity, police say
Police reassure Chinese students after wave of muggings
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
not targeting Asian international students based on their ethnicity, police say, amid a wave of robberies reported near the University of Melbourne. Thugs are not targeting Asian international students based on their race, police say, amid a wave... Read more
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The Age
Police reassure Chinese students after wave of muggingsare not targeting Asian international students based on their race, police say,
Police reassure Chinese students after wave of muggings
The Age / Posted yesterday
are not targeting Asian international students based on their race, police say, amid a wave of robberies reported near the University of Melbourne. It follows a brutal home invasion in Ormond last weekend, in which six international students were... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Land speculators play long property game buying chunk of Anakiecharity-related owner occupier. In Parkville, in 2012, the Salvos sold a massiv
Land speculators play long property game buying chunk of Anakie
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
charity-related owner occupier. In Parkville, in 2012, the Salvos sold a massive site with a former 11-storey hotel to the University of Melbourne for $25 million.Frankston gentrifying A bayside developer has taken on the task of gentrifying an... Read more
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The Age
Land speculators play long property game buying chunk of Anakiecharity-related owner occupier. In Parkville, in 2012, the Salvos sold a massiv
Land speculators play long property game buying chunk of Anakie
The Age / Posted yesterday
charity-related owner occupier. In Parkville, in 2012, the Salvos sold a massive site with a former 11-storey hotel to the University of Melbourne for $25 million.Frankston gentrifying A bayside developer has taken on the task of gentrifying an... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Land speculators play long property game buying chunk of Anakiecharity-related owner occupier. In Parkville, in 2012, the Salvos sold a massiv
Land speculators play long property game buying chunk of Anakie
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
charity-related owner occupier. In Parkville, in 2012, the Salvos sold a massive site with a former 11-storey hotel to the University of Melbourne for $25 million.Frankston gentrifying A bayside developer has taken on the task of gentrifying an... Read more
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Daily Examiner
FAIR GO: A tale of two babiesmatched its metropolitan cousins on income, education, employment and access to
FAIR GO: A tale of two babies
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
matched its metropolitan cousins on income, education, employment and access to more top-quality health services. The University of Melbourne School of Population and Global Health lecturer said rates of smoking and drinking in low... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Pain measurement and management for little childrenparent's anxiety? Dianne Crellin is a Nurse Practitioner and Lecturer at The R
Pain measurement and management for little children
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
parent's anxiety? Dianne Crellin is a Nurse Practitioner and Lecturer at The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne and The University of Melbourne. Dianne is also a clinical researcher and provides supervision for medical and nursing research... Read more
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Northern Star
Two babies with unequal futuresmatched its metropolitan cousins on income, education, employment and access to
Two babies with unequal futures
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
matched its metropolitan cousins on income, education, employment and access to more top quality health services. The University of Melbourne School of Population and Global Health lecturer said rates of smoking and drinking in low... Read more
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The Courier
Strikers’ week off ahead of rival clashTHE Eureka Strikers will enjoy the week off ahead of their clash with the Unive
Strikers’ week off ahead of rival clash
The Courier / Posted yesterday
THE Eureka Strikers will enjoy the week off ahead of their clash with the University of Melbourne Soccer Club next weekend. THE Eureka Strikers will enjoy the week off ahead of their clash with the University of Melbourne Soccer Club next... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Regional Australia a big winner from NBNin places such as the NSW Mid North Coast will see increasing benefits from the
Regional Australia a big winner from NBN
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
in places such as the NSW Mid North Coast will see increasing benefits from the rollout of high-speed broadband. The University of Melbourne research found the business sector would contribute up to $4 billion a year to the Australian GDP... Read more
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International Business Times
Half of the world's farmed fish 'going deaf' from ear deformities fish are in a hatchery, but its effects on hearing become increasingly more sev
Half of the world's farmed fish 'going deaf' from ear deformities
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
fish are in a hatchery, but its effects on hearing become increasingly more severe as the fish age." Researchers from the University of Melbourne analysed fish from the world's five biggest salmon-producing nations (Norway, Canada, Scotland, Chile... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Nutritional supplements found to boost effectiveness of anti-depressantssupplements could make a big difference to the effectiveness of anti-depression
Nutritional supplements found to boost effectiveness of anti-depressants
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
supplements could make a big difference to the effectiveness of anti-depression medication, an international study by University of Melbourne researchers and colleagues from Harvard has found. Key points: Hundreds of millions of people take... Read more
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PhysOrg
Hear no evil: Farmed fish found to be hard of hearingcan lose up to 50% of their hearing sensitivity." To test if the deformity was
Hear no evil: Farmed fish found to be hard of hearing
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
can lose up to 50% of their hearing sensitivity." To test if the deformity was a global phenomenon, researchers from the University of Melbourne and the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research sampled salmon from the world's major salmon... Read more
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Business Wire
Mainstay Medical Intl. PLC UK Regulatory Announcement: Mainstay Medical Publishes its 2015 Annual Reportgraduated with a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and a Masters in Engineerin
Mainstay Medical Intl. PLC UK Regulatory Announcement: Mainstay Medical Publishes its 2015 Annual Report
Business Wire / Posted 2 days ago
graduated with a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and a Masters in Engineering Science (Biomedical Engineering) from the University of Melbourne, Australia. He is a named inventor on over 25 patents and patent applications, primarily in the field... Read more
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Business Wire
Mainstay Medical publie son Rapport Annuel 2015graduated with a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and a Masters in Engineerin
Mainstay Medical publie son Rapport Annuel 2015
Business Wire / Posted 2 days ago
graduated with a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and a Masters in Engineering Science (Biomedical Engineering) from the University of Melbourne, Australia. He is a named inventor on over 25 patents and patent applications, primarily in the field... Read more
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Business Wire
Mainstay Medical Publishes its 2015 Annual Reportgraduated with a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and a Masters in Engineerin
Mainstay Medical Publishes its 2015 Annual Report
Business Wire / Posted 2 days ago
graduated with a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and a Masters in Engineering Science (Biomedical Engineering) from the University of Melbourne, Australia. He is a named inventor on over 25 patents and patent applications, primarily in the field... Read more
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BBC News
The rise of the middle-aged interneven though I am older and haven't done this before." Ms Reynolds has now grad
The rise of the middle-aged intern
BBC News / Posted 2 days ago
even though I am older and haven't done this before." Ms Reynolds has now graduated with a masters in journalism from the University of Melbourne, and is due to start actively looking for full-time work after she recovers from a foot injury. Her... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
UQ still Australia’s number one in Nature Indexby Stanford University. Monash University ranks at 93 globally, the Australian
UQ still Australia’s number one in Nature Index
Asian Correspondent / Posted 2 days ago
by Stanford University. Monash University ranks at 93 globally, the Australian National University at 100, and The University of Melbourne at 130. Australia is placed 12th globally just ahead of India and three places behind South Korea.... Read more
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PhysOrg
Protecting diversity on coral reefs: DNA may hold the keyOcean and Earth Science and Technology, the University of California, Santa Bar
Protecting diversity on coral reefs: DNA may hold the key
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), University of St. Andrews, and University of Melbourne discovered that large areas of intact coral reef with extensive live coral cover, not disturbed by... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Myopiaeyes because of the huge difference between indoor and outdoor lighting. Profe
Myopia
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
eyes because of the huge difference between indoor and outdoor lighting. Professor Ming He Opthalmic Epidemiologist University of Melbourne Professor Kathryn Rose University of Technology Sydney Professor Ian Morgan Australian National... Read more
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New Kerala
Antidepressants work better with nutrient supplements: newkerala.com #55005of medication and can also be used as a mood enhancing therapy when taken with
Antidepressants work better with nutrient supplements: newkerala.com #55005
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
of medication and can also be used as a mood enhancing therapy when taken with antidepressants. The researchers from the University of Melbourne and Harvard analysed 40 clinical trials, alongside a systematic review of the evidence for using... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Thousands of overseas students 'living with financial hardship'hardship leaves them struggling to afford a decent meal, the expert says. Asso
Thousands of overseas students 'living with financial hardship'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
hardship leaves them struggling to afford a decent meal, the expert says. Associate Professor Sophie Arkoudis from the University of Melbourne has studied higher education and the role of international students in Australia. "Australia, in the... Read more
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MumBRELLA
Marketing to Islander and Indigenous cultures a focus of Homeground TalksCommunities Marcia Langton AM Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies in the for
Marketing to Islander and Indigenous cultures a focus of Homeground Talks
MumBRELLA / Posted 3 days ago
Communities Marcia Langton AM Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies in the for Centre for Health and Society at the University of Melbourne, Marcia Langton is an authority on social issues concerning Aboriginal people. During the 1970s... Read more
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Newsmax
Nutritional Supplements Boost Antidepressantsboost the effectiveness of antidepressants for people diagnosed with clinical d
Nutritional Supplements Boost Antidepressants
Newsmax / Posted 3 days ago
boost the effectiveness of antidepressants for people diagnosed with clinical depression. Researchers at Harvard and the University of Melbourne examined 40 clinical trials that used nutritional supplements to treat clinical depression... Read more
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The Age
University inter-library lending scheme rewrites e-book trendmay in future be folded into the same system. BONUS Plus academic libraries:
University inter-library lending scheme rewrites e-book trend
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
may in future be folded into the same system. BONUS Plus academic libraries: Deakin University Federation University University of Melbourne Victoria University University of Newcastle University of Sydney University of Technology... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Overseas students in Tasmania resort to dumpster diving for free foodstudent or human being compared to other people who live comfortable lives." A
Overseas students in Tasmania resort to dumpster diving for free food
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
student or human being compared to other people who live comfortable lives." Associate Professor Sophie Arkoudis from the University of Melbourne has studied higher education and the role of international students in Australia. "Australia, in the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Nutritional supplements can enhance effectiveness of antidepressants(SAMe), methylfolate (bioactive form of folate) and Vitamin D, were all found t
Nutritional supplements can enhance effectiveness of antidepressants
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 days ago
(SAMe), methylfolate (bioactive form of folate) and Vitamin D, were all found to boost the effects of medication. University of Melbourne and Harvard researchers examined 40 clinical trials worldwide, alongside a systematic review of the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Do antidepressants work better when taken with supplements?the effectiveness of antidepressants. Dr Jerome Sarris, who led the study by A
Do antidepressants work better when taken with supplements?
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
the effectiveness of antidepressants. Dr Jerome Sarris, who led the study by ARCADIA Mental Health Research Group at the University of Melbourne, described the results as 'significant'. Supplements like Omega 3 fish oils and vitamin D have been... Read more
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examiner.com
Nutritional supplements that help depression identifiedpeople that suffer from depression have been identified and none of them had be
Nutritional supplements that help depression identified
examiner.com / Posted 4 days ago
people that suffer from depression have been identified and none of them had been proven to help with depression before. University of Melbourne and Harvard University researchers led by Dr. Jerome Sarris, head of the ARCADIA Mental Health... Read more
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News.com.au
Apex thugs allegedly threatened to killof preying on Chinese nationals and concerns for their safety have been mountin
Apex thugs allegedly threatened to kill
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
of preying on Chinese nationals and concerns for their safety have been mounting. AAP reports Chinese students at the University of Melbourne were being targeted in a crime wave that prompted Victoria Police to meet with Chinese consulate... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Scientists discover Hobit, Blimp1 genes that fight disease-causing pathogensKallies and Dr Klaas van Gisbergen at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Me
Scientists discover Hobit, Blimp1 genes that fight disease-causing pathogens
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 days ago
Kallies and Dr Klaas van Gisbergen at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, and Dr Laura Mackay from the University of Melbourne at the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity has identified the genes Hobit and Blimp1... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Coral promiscuity could help it survive bleaching, research findsprotect themselves in the future, Australian researchers have found. A team of
Coral promiscuity could help it survive bleaching, research finds
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
protect themselves in the future, Australian researchers have found. A team of researchers from Southern Cross University, University of Melbourne, Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) and the University of Hawaii came together to... Read more
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dna
World Malaria Day: Scientists say effective malaria treatment a step closermore effective for the 3.2 billion people at risk, researchers said. The intern
World Malaria Day: Scientists say effective malaria treatment a step closer
dna / Posted 5 days ago
more effective for the 3.2 billion people at risk, researchers said. The international research project was led by the University of Melbourne and focused on the drug atovaquone. Atovaquone was introduced in 2000 and is safe for pregnant women... Read more
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The Courier
South Yarra tame Strikersaccustomed to the narrow grounds in Melbourne. The Strikers will have the next
South Yarra tame Strikers
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
accustomed to the narrow grounds in Melbourne. The Strikers will have the next week off before facing off against rivals University of Melbourne Soccer Club, who defeated the Ballarat side in the 2015 grand final. The Strikers were also accounted... Read more
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