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Boeing Forecasts Challenging Near-Term Aerospace Market with Resilience in Long Term
Evolution of Y chromosome in great apes deciphered
Solar panel efficiency could mean consumer savings of 20 per cent
RUN: Certainty provided for universities in 2020 Budget and JRG legislation
Research revival a step towards STEM-smart recovery
A safer and stronger Australia – Budget 2020-21
Care robots have to think like people, but they’ll never become human
Research to power up Australian solar cells
Safeguarding iconic buildings from bomb explosions
Higher education reforms deliver financial certainty to uni sector
UNSW and UC Davis partner to feed a growing population
New method enables automated protections for sensitive data
Deep learning gives drug design a boost
Liquid crystals give red blood cells mechanical squeeze
Musicians may need more than social distancing to stay safe on stage
Challenge overcomes unprecedented times to lead nation
Building Trust – Worthy of Building
Four new board members for GCWA
Harvesting vegetation on riparian buffers barely reduces water-quality benefits
Researchers Spot Origins of Stereotyping in AI Language Technologies
Potential new tool for frost screening in crops
Creative Dialogues reimagined – Wollongong
UNSW awarded more than $7m for renewable energy research and development
Treehouses: height of architecture?
Hey Google, it’s time you listened closely to what our kids are saying
Boeing to Develop Next-generation Satellite System for U.S. Space Force
Hey Google, our kids have something important to say
Using wearable technology to prevent kidney stones
“Green” cement pour yields concrete results
Backing Queensland’s Mining Sector
Bridging gap between remote sensing and tree modelling with data science
Nominations open for Kingston’s Woman of Year Award
Unique chemical helps salvage iron ore from mining waste
Could an autonomous vehicle harm you?
Beethoven concert a rare chance to hear composer’s music on an early piano
How green hydrogen can become cheap enough to compete with fossil fuels
Bacteria virus combo may be cause of neonatal brain infections in Uganda
Metal-ion breakthrough leads to new biomaterials
Greenland is on track to lose ice faster than in any century over past 12,000 years, study finds
Federal budget support for university research critical for economic recovery – Group of Eight
Start something great in 2021 – Wollongong
Three years in, Launceston City Deal continues to deliver
Forrest research foundation brings outstanding scientific talent to Western Australia
Important opportunities for workplace gender diversity media coverage: new report
UWA scientists recognised in Premier’s Science Awards
WA’s leading scientists recognised in Premier’s Science Awards
RMIT to lead national cybersecurity project for tertiary sector
Electric vehicles can fight climate change, but they’re not a silver bullet: University study