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Political Islamophobia may look differently online than in person
“Knowing something and teaching it are two very different things”
Simplifying board game instructions for translation into other languages
Cancerchallenge.eu – Finland leads way to identify ideas to conquer cancer
Mediterranean Shearwater: global project to protect an endangered seabird
Final stretch for diode insulation in LHC
Warwick opens its doors for another science extravaganza
Cancer survivor funds groundbreaking study to find out why cancer returns in some patients and not others
Hemophilia is being treated with gene therapy
Cataloging All That Creeps and Slithers
Stability pushes Sanders to top of ISU/Civiqs poll; caucus interest building
What’s in Your Water?
Likelihood of space super-storms estimated from longest period of magnetic field observations
Brain networks come ‘online’ during adolescence to prepare teenagers for adult life
Researchers identify mechanism that triggers a rare type of muscular dystrophy
Cancer survivor funds ground breaking study to find out why cancer returns in some patients and not others
Participatory democracy platforms gain traction in Switzerland
Computer Security: A second factor to rescue
Modified RNA has a direct effect on DNA
Teachers question ADHD diagnosis
Scientists first to grow and share novel coronavirus
Scientists develop “metalloenzye” biosensor for monitoring ethylene levels in fruits
Lunchtime Concerts return for Spring season
CSIRO to support nation’s bushfire rebuild
Australia’s proposed Antarctic aerodrome open for comment
Child care costs and government subsidy
Citizen science discovers a new form of Northern Lights
Patients to benefit with funding to expand pharmacists role
Accelerating pace of engineering
Squid brains approach those of dogs
RACGP welcomes face mask announcement
Tiny houses: not big answer to housing you might think
US-China phase one trade deal: what does it mean?
New plan for PNG immunisation
How Chile’s protests relate to 50-year-old neoliberal policies
Improvement plan for PNG immunisation
Maternal depression on rise in poor countries
Scientists Find Far Higher than Expected Rate of Underwater Glacial Melting
Industry partnership to improve tuna health and grow aquaculture
What does coronavirus epidemic mean for New Zealand?
Hepatic gluconeogenic response to Sodium-glucose cotransporter 2 inhibitor
Griffith representatives recognised with Australia Day Honours
UCLA and MindshareLA to present evenings of science exploration and art
Initiative led by Swinburne researcher helps increase breast cancer screening
Cycling to work? You may live longer
Mystery at Mars’s Pole Explained
Cornell Orchards Store to close Jan. 31
UBC students play Mars explorers in rover competition