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Fishermans Bend gets Victoria’s first digital twin
New biomedical research facility for Adelaide a “game changer” for SA cancer patients: Centre Alliance
Rubbish to remedy: Deakin’s circular economy solution for waste
Suicide and self-harm risk is nearly triple in people with restless leg syndrome
Chemistry in motion
Monash IVF announces changes to Victorian Fertility Specialists
Physicists mash quantum and gravity and find time, but not as we know it
Can researchers engage safely with food industry?
Can’t get thinner than this: synthesis of atomically flat boron sheets
Young stars protect our night sky
Nano-thermometer takes temperature inside cells
Smartphones could transform patient care, finds study
Projekt Deal and Springer Nature reach understanding on world’s largest transformative open access
Central Kimberley reef communities survive global coral bleaching
2018/19 a big year for Science & Technology Australia
Biotech Conagen Acquires Production Platform of Therapeutic Proteins
A hallmark of superconductivity, beyond superconductivity itself
Shift to more intense rains threatens historic Italian winery
A heavyweight candidate for dark matter
Studying quantum phenomena in magnetic systems to understand exotic states of matter
Quark Expeditions Appoints Mario Pires as Senior Manager of Fleet Hotel Operations
Leading scientists say fears about GM products are unjustified
Biomarkers indicate health in old age
Some microbe degrade oil to gas
Otago hosting 10th International Penguin Conference
Micronutrients affect gut bacteria associated with ADHD in small but promising study
Certificate program develops skills in machine learning
You butter believe it: Low-calorie spread made mostly of water
Graphene sensors that measure air quality are step closer to mass market
Children’s science lab sparks a passion for STEM
‘Making Grade’ Tasmanian shellfish conference
Gene regulation behind choice of correct receptor for olfaction
Super-deep diamonds shine new light on Earth’s ancient past
Numbers count in genetics of moles and melanomas
New tags help track baby rays
Tektites don’t come from moon, but might help scientists understand how it formed
Dr. Matthew Rasband recognized for outstanding mentorship
Science of drunk fish: University researcher recognized for advances
IY2019 – Aboriginal physicist reaching for stars
WA first: drones track endangered wildlife on Dirk Hartog Island
Two UNE scientists join conversation about seaweed on ‘Maine Calling’
Biggest wild release for rare native reptiles
Society of coral scientists is clear on dangers of misinformation and polluted water to Great
Jersey colour linked to league injuries
Women and Internet, dolphins in Adelaide, and fun with Periodic Table
DNA tests of UK waters could help catch invasive species early
Ebola may now be curable with two new drugs
Hands on with science guiding Valley’s future