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AI model confirms vaccination is key to cutting COVID in prisons
Solution to ancient astronomy puzzle to aid solar storm warnings
Bridging disciplinary and sectoral silos to strengthen pandemic preparedness and response
Power Of Transparency
Study uncovers consequences of Molnupiravir use to treat COVID-19
Maths and science-driven AI rules aim to protect society | University of Canterbury
Detecting Parkinson’s disease decades before symptoms appear
Scientists have nearly eradicated dengue
WHO recommends R21/Matrix-M vaccine for malaria prevention in updated advice on immunization
VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT USING “UNRELIABLE” RESEARCH FOR MURRAY DARLING POLICY – GREENS REFER TO AUDITOR-GENERAL, OMBUDSMAN
Deep dive into microbial life of sharks
NHMRC Partnership Project grants awarded to UNSW researchers
Mathematics against Weeds
Pills from 3D printer
New study reveals understanding of a basic physical property of charged particles in microgravity
New study reveals understanding of basic physical property of charged particles in suspension in microgravity
Coffee, brought to you by bees: a case study in how restoring habitat is a win-win for forests and farmers
Healing wounds with differential equations
Sediment run-off modelling tool could be gamechanger for GBR
World-first ‘super peptide’ technology bio-hacks the skin’s natural repair process
3 reasons you feel hungrier and crave comfort foods when the weather turns cold
Tumour cells’ response to chemotherapy is driven by randomne
Smallest marine microbes share nutrients – briefly
Bacteria use life’s original energy source to thrive in the ocean’s lightless depths
Exploding carp numbers are ‘like a house of horrors’ for our rivers. Is it time to unleash carp herpes?
7 times our researchers engineered with impact
Thousands of Tasmanian devils are dying from cancer – but a new vaccine approach could help us save them
Research unravelling “mystery” of extreme waves
New modelling suggests that exercising with friend can boost physical activity
4 researchers striving to reduce impact of childhood cancer in our community
Research on nuclear fuel burnup supports reduction of waste and fuel costs
Research on nuclear fuel burnup supports effort to reduce waste and fuel costs
With most mandatory public health measures gone, is New Zealand well prepared for next COVID wave?
Four Curtin projects support WA defence research
Swinburne researcher is peoples choice in Universities Australias pitch it clever competition
Mercury removal made easy
Mathematics maps lifecycle of melanoma in new biotech experiments
Rational neural network advances machine-human discovery
Unlocking mechanical secrets of giant Amazonian waterlilies
Mathematician receives 2022 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scientist Award
Grants pave way for further discovery
New technology to make finding sun-safe parks easier than ever
Covid and impact on cancer outcomes in Australia
New insights into social norms can drive positive social changes
Good vibrations from renewable energy