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Curious Kids: could dinosaurs evolve back into existence?
A New Species of Rare Phylum Loricifera Discovered in Deep-sea Surrounding Japan
Budget confirms mining’s role in Victorian recovery & job creation
New Investment in resources sector
Cornell tool connects farmers to Walmart climate goals
Christmas week: Worlds will align for spectacular heavenly sight
A new Head for Australian Space Agency
Attention Stawell and Ararat communities
Connectivity of Multicomponent Fluids in Subduction Zones
Discover more about local minerals exploration 12 November
$1 million grant awarded to additive manufacturing researchers
Weighing space dust with radar
NAIDOC 2020 – Always was, Always Will be
Minerals exploration boosts regional jobs
Council fires up for future
Ice loss likely to continue in Antarctica – even if climate change is brought under control, study warns
A tribute to Oscar and his fospice carer
Making water in Antarctic desert 21 October 2020
Stressed out volcanoes more likely to collapse and erupt, study finds
Oldest titanium provides evidence of one-billion-year-old preserved life
New Jeep ad supports Carl Sagan Institute initiative
Why hype about graphene? 14 October
QUT hosts inaugural QUT Deadly Choices Murri Netball Carnival
Postdoc honored by L’Oreal, UN for innovative research
Portrait of an exoplanet
Simpler models may be better for determining some climate risk
Ryugu’s rocky past
Car bodies cleaned up
New EMS museum collections manager to improve data, research, outreach
Solar cycle 25 has begun
Modern theory from ancient impacts
Reducing Nitrogen with Boron and Beer
Small Enzyme-Mimicking Polymers May Have Helped Start Life
Chefs combine to produce menu with extra appeal
Zooming in on Dark Matter
Academy celebrates value of science with satellite selfie
PSA supports mandatory Covid-19 testing for border and isolation workers
A distant likeness of Milky Way
Greater Connectedness in Remote Areas: A Ka-band Transceiver for Satellite Communications
Privately-run border quarantine would put New Zealanders at risk
Smith – Victorians let down by Labor’s failed mine regulations – could cost
Researchers use InSight for deep Mars measurements
Smith – Labor’s botched attempt at fixing power line fires fails
Earth Resources Regulation to build on VAGO report
Satellite view opens to all
ISOLDE reveals fundamental property of rarest element on Earth
New study unravels secret to subduction
An accountants guide to galaxy