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‘Dancing’ raisins − a simple kitchen experiment reveals how objects can extract energy from their environment and come to life
Should we fight climate change by re-engineering life itself?
First Prize For Outstanding Science Communication
How evolving landscapes impacted First Peoples’ migration to Australia
Revised dating of the Liujiang skeleton renews understanding of human occupation of China
Cartilage healing discovery in animal models could lead to new human therapies: study
We reconstructed landscapes that greeted the first humans in Australia around 65,000 years ago
How Do Birds Flock? Researchers Do the Math to Reveal Previously Unknown Aerodynamic Phenomenon
Researchers Unveil PI3K Enzyme’s Dual Accelerator and Brake Mechanisms
Life-long Effects Of Neuropeptides In Brain
UQ Turns CO2 Into Sustainable Power
Researchers Develop Energy-Efficient Computer by Combining CMOS with Stochastic Nanomagnet
Research explores how a father’s diet could shape the health of his offspring
Combatting disruptive ‘noise’ – a quantum communication breakthrough
Study Lays the Basis for New Knowledge on Gastrointestinal Diseases
When Did the Chicken Cross the Road? New evidence from Central Asia
Researchers identify protein sensor that plays role in lung fibrosis
Discovery of a Hidden Quantum Critical Point in Two-Dimensional Superconductors Thermoelectric Effect Reveals Full Picture of Fluctuations in Superconductivity
Protect Habitat To Prevent Pandemics
Plan Encourages Habitat Protection To Prevent Pandemics
Gene discovery offers new hope for Aussies living with chronic skin disease
Persian plateau unveiled as crucial hub for early human migration out of Africa
Downscaling Storage Devices: Magnetic Memory Based on the Chirality of Spiral Magnets
Oxidative stress in heart failure varies between males and females
Can AI improve football teams’ success from corner kicks? Liverpool and others are betting it can
Cells harvested from urine may have diagnostic potential for kidney disease, find scientists
Study Unlocks Secrets To Animals’ Speed
New evidence for an unexpected player in Earth’s multimillion-year climate cycles: the planet Mars
CSIRO achieves record efficiency for next-gen roll-to-roll printed solar cells
Mars attracts: how Earth’s planetary interactions drive deep-sea circulation
Foot-eye coordination: how our vision changes in rhythm with our walking
Our brains take rhythmic snapshots of the world as we walk – and we never knew
Understanding Wind and Water at the Equator Key to More Accurate Future Climate Projections
‘Like a PCR lab in your pocket’: new test strips raise game in gene-based diagnostics
Filament formation enables cancer cells’ glutamine addiction
Umbrella for Atoms: The First Protective Layer for 2D Quantum Materials
New insight into c-MYC protein could pave the way for new cancer treatments
New insight into protein could pave the way for new cancer treatments
A promising leap towards computers with light-speed capabilities
War in Ukraine affected wellbeing worldwide, but people’s speed of recovery depended on their personality
Researchers observe the structural heterogeneity of a lipid scramblase
Researchers closer to understanding hydrogen’s great challenge
Revealing What Makes Bacteria Life-threatening
New technique developed for targeted protein degradation
Ancient DNA reveals Down syndrome in past human societies
Four real : quantum computing engineers perform multiple control methods in just one atom
Do AI-driven Chemistry Labs Actually Work? New Metrics Promise Answers
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