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GoT-ChA: New tool reveals how gene mutations affect cells
Small but mighty, plankton are some of the most powerful creatures on Earth
Biochemical Tails Tell Story
Australian Antarctic scientists in bid for NASA space mission 10 May 2024
Bilbies could hop back into mild climate zones: study
Why evolution often favours small animals and other organisms
Rhizobial Bacterium Helps Diatom To Bind Nitrogen
Political parties work together to deliver Antarctic science outcomes
Research scholarships to launch counter strike against unhealthy esports
Future Gas Strategy That Sends Us Back To Future
A Future Gas Strategy that sends us Back to the Future
Rapid oyster reef restoration gives hope for repairing the sea
Finding Answers To Unknown IRDs
Gas Strategy Blueprint For Climate Chaos: ACF
Ancient, endangered fish found 1400km north of previous known range
The reconstruction of a 75,000-year-old Neanderthal woman’s face makes her look quite friendly – there’s a problem with that
AI may be to blame for our failure to make contact with alien civilisations
Playing with the kids is important work for chimpanzee mothers
Everyday life and its variability influenced human evolution at least as much as rare activities like big-game hunting
Exoplanet WASP-69b has a cometlike tail – this unique feature is helping scientists like me learn more about how planets evolve
Flocking Together – How citizen science volunteers are making a difference in shorebird conservation
Sydney a logical choice for $10 million grant to suppress quantum errors
Enhancing Reef Water Quality Monitoring
Report provides insights into marine recovery
Phenotypic Variability for Leaf and Pod Color within the Snap Bean Association Panel
Regulating Branch Development Of Petunias
Distinguished leadership and service: reproductive biology
Scientists uncover the climate of a planet 280 light-years away
Curious Kids: what stops meteors hitting Earth and hurting people?
Australia leads the charge with an ultrasonic cold brew coffee in mere minutes
Largest Subantarctic Field Season Wraps Up
JCU Presentation On December Flood In Cairns
Venus is losing water faster than previously thought – here’s what that could mean for the early planet’s habitability
Proanthocyanidins: Key for Resistance to Global Sporangium Seed Rot in Peas
How Does Brain Think?
Super-cool international effort to solve Southern Ocean cloud mysteries
Animal behavior research is getting better at keeping observer bias from sneaking in – but there’s still room to improve
Gut microbiome: meet E coli – the infamous bacteria with an unfair reputation
Funding Success Supports Innovative Heart Research
SLEDs Versus Sledging
Land-use And Energy Practices On US Golf Courses
Evaluation of Compact Pepper Cultivars Using LED Lights and Sunlight
Australian scientists back new health and medical funding reforms
Sydney Writers’ Festival Live In Coffs Harbour
We think we control our health – but corporations selling forever chemicals, fossil fuels and ultra-processed foods have a much greater role
Satellite images of plants’ fluorescence can predict crop yields
Are young people smarter than older adults? My research shows cognitive differences between generations are diminishing
Study Pinpoints Cell That Helps Liver Heal