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Tests that used to take days now take minutes.
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It's a big leap forward in combating the destructive pest.
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A Liberal National Party official has claimed he would have been a member of Adolf Hitler's Nazi Party if he lived in the 1930s. Kurt Tucker, the president of the University of Queensland's Liberal Na...
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The funnel web spider is one of the deadliest spiders in the world, but a new study suggests its venom could hold the key to a revolutionary stroke treatment. Scientists have identified a small pro...
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“Exactly how this happens we don’t know,” a researcher told HuffPost.
Labor is poised to vote to kill off the same-sex marriage plebiscite
Black hole physics, nano technology, algae stuff -- it's all happening down under.
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It's been called one of the most significant problems facing the world today but when Kathy Townsend started researching marine plastics and the impact it had on sea turtles, she was told it wasn't an...
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For the first time in Australia, a portable radar is being used to study severe fire weather -- enabling an exceptional look into the interaction of bushfires and the atmosphere. Heading the study is...
Saltwater crocodiles may look like a hardy bunch but new research shows a few degrees of warming could have a devastating impact on their ability to eat and sleep. The University of Queensland study e...