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STEM Camp shows career options for STEM students.
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With scant recognition of mental health issues from service providers, little research and few options available, Sandersan Onie says Indonesia needs a culture change with attitudes to mental health.
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Mass plantings of palm oil are bad for the environment. The alternatives are worse.
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A new book documents the achievements of Australia’s greatest inventor and innovator.
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In his book Europe A Natural History, Tim Flannery traces the evolution of plants and animals which lived on the islands that came together to form what is the Europe of today.
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Bears, tigers, rhinos, pangolin. They are all in poachers’ sights, slaughtered and cut to pieces, then smuggled to hubs of traditional Chinese medicine such as Hong Kong.
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Normally, an adult frog does not regenerate a leg if it is lost when say bitten off by a predator. But scientists have come up with a way of convincing the cells of a frog to produce a new leg, after the initial leg was removed.
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The 2018 Emissions Gap Report released this week by UN Environment shows global emissions have hit an historic high and are showing "no signs of peaking".
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Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten has promised a substantial boost for science in a speech delivered this week at the Australian Academy of Science in Canberra.
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The Queensland Institute of Technology has just completed its 6th annual STEM Camp, where 160 school students spend a week immersed in all things STEM – science, technology, engineering and maths.
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