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Scientists use thousands of miniature hearts to test potential new drugs
Hobart business wins contract for Antarctic work
Heavy tractors chosen for Australia’s Antarctic inland ice quest
Breast is best – but don’t stress
Logan and Redlands says YES to youth ideas
LactaMap to support GPs caring for breastfeeding mums
Greens’ policy suite reflects gravity of climate crisis
When student is scientist: gaming brings STEMM to life
Discovery to help wheat cope with salty soils
ANU scientists solve mystery shrouding oldest animal fossils
New Biosciences Facility Boosts Research Opportunities In Parkville
WHO panel examines rules around human genome editing
Range-wide population genetic structure of wombats analysed for first time
Global Check Finds Unique Australian Sharks are Heading Closer To Extinction
Explorama inspires and challenges high achievers
Plastic pollution and technology to beat it
Protecting wetlands from underground mining impacts
Queensland’s women in STEM applauded
Quadram Institute and University to tackle global food and health challenges
Work begins on million year ice core drill
Banana prawn pre-season briefings
Volunteers wanted to help unlock secrets of Universe
QIMR Berghofer helps science shine at World Science Festival Brisbane
Speak nature’s language at Forest Feedback panel next week
Burns treatment, virtual reality, fashion & growing new human tissue – Hospitals of Future conference
UQ scientist among ‘world’s most influential’ in climate policy
Breakthrough in fighting plant disease
Chenhall Trust funding boosts QUT cancer research
IPCC undersells climate ’emergency’ – new study
“Fast-food” crops combatting drought, climate change and global hunger
Taxonomy Australia takes flight with new website
Clues about mysterious mango disorder discovered
Study shows IPCC is underselling climate change
Zika study may ‘supercharge’ vaccine research
Shona Halson an inspiration in exercise and sports science
Archaeological dig could show life in Oz is 50,000 years older than first thought
Earth is a less volatile version of Sun, study finds
Farmers hit back at land management criticism
QUT researcher on mission to Mars
Future Minds Lab investigates thinking that will change how we work
Future for action on climate change is in good hands
CSL Renews Partnership with NYSF
New 3D map will help solve long-standing cosmic mysteries
New report shows economic burden of brain disorders in Australia over $74 billion pa
Study highlights ways to improve fishing practices
Osteoarthritis assessment to go hi-tech
Scientists clarify what probiotics are and what they are not
Thank Earth’s magnetic field for water that gives you life