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Democracy in deep freeze
UTS improves its Leiden rank for research quality and impact
Expert tips Australia for top three Eurovision finish
Democracy sausage: voting served on a plate
Engineering Honours leads to role in Brisbane
Public opinion study in Europe shows drop in anti-immigration sentiment, among other changes
A light show of strength
How plants are working hard for planet
Scientists find ‘molecular destruction code’ for enzyme involved in cholesterol production
Crook state of justice in Victoria
Mallee innovation centre launched
A high-heeled dinosaur?
Climate a driver of language diversity
Scientists ‘paint’ Mona Lisa on a quantum canvas
Forum on tourism recovery after crises
Art of sound explored in Conservatorium musical residency
NASA Taps 11 American Companies to Advance Human Lunar Landers
Eleven MIT students accept 2019 Fulbright Fellowships
Study reveals role of neonatal brain cells in early bonding in mammals
How we make complex decisions
NASA Administrator to Speak at Florida Institute of Technology Event
Oxford scoops BBSRC Innovator of Year 2019
Virtual reality game simulates experiences with race
MIT Policy Lab launches MITx course on policy outreach
Norman Phillips, former meteorology department head, dies at 95
NASA Invites Media to Watch Drone Traffic Management Testing
MIT and KTH will collaborate on urban planning and development in Stockholm
A new era in 3-D printing
UniSA honours a leader that shaped our nation Robert James Lee Hawke 9/12/1929 – 16/5/2019
New machine learning algorithm can predict age and gender from just your Twitter profile
Understanding post-concussion symptoms
Western Sydney University contributes to Blue Mountains air quality monitoring project
A doctorate for international friendship
Griffith animation degree ranked number one in Australia
Epilepsy prediction device receives Microsoft grant
Ride or walk to school for happier, healthier kids
Curtin ranked among world’s top 300 in latest global university rankings
3Q: Hal Abelson on empowering kids through mobile technology
Brains and beers unite for national science talks
Researchers join multi-billion dollar smart satellite revolution
UWA and Trilogy join forces to offer coding boot camp
Unemployment steady at 5.1% – but how many full time?
Sydney Con International Jazz Festival 2019
Pilbara ship engraving may depict British ship Mermaid in 1818
World Solar Challenge to test new energy strategy for solar industry
Counting costs of major parties’ climate change policies
Cane toads are ‘reluctant warriors’ when it comes to oozing toxin
IT magic moments spreading like wildfire