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Google’s huge market share doesn’t automatically make it a monopoly
Why does fertilizer explode?
First Dutch field trials with exotic insect to combat invasive plant
Waterfall Way Regional Landfill now operational
NSW latest coronavirus data as at 22 October
Public health alert – south eastern Sydney case link
Violence against journalists and other information carriers
Famous Aussie wildflower gets its own garden
Creativity in schools essential to preparing young people for future uncertainty and change
Penn State historian argues Supreme Court has always been political
AAA rating reaffirmed by S&P
Religion: less ‘opiate,’ more suppressant, study finds
High Fructose Intake May Drive Aggressive Behaviors, ADHD, Bipolar Disorder
In beginning, there was sugar
Start planning your 2021 with new heritage calendar
Fujikura joins MIT.nano Consortium
Widespread acclaim for new Sylvia Plath biography
How French words became part of English language
Sands and McDougall Building set to be heritage listed
Collaboration leads to rare plant translocation
Need to be in two places at once? It may be possible
NASA to Broadcast OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Collection Activities
Christopher Pincher’s speech to District Councils’ Network
Ancient books meet modern technology at a unique event
Beak bone reveals pterosaur like no other
Spanish Flu research shows local pandemic outbreaks can occur over extended period
Black composers being performed in Autumn’s Lunchtime Concerts series
Blood Pressure Treatment Associated with Double Rate of Cognitive Decline in Older Individuals
Government’s must look beyond budget and election cycles and invest in longterm strategy
A wetter Everglades on path to restoration
Scientists aim to broaden knowledge of volcanoes
New rankings system shows flaws in university league tables
Round Three of Digital Farm grants to boost connectivity
University gifted rare original works by Shakespeare precursor and Faulkner
Scientific American: Andrea Ghez and experiment nobody thought would work
Future ocean conditions could cause significant changes in marine mussels
Making most of Job-ready graduates
UO-led basic research offers new insights on infertility
Territory Stories digital platform launch
Forearm artery reveals human evolution continues
‘Yeshiva Days’ records Lower East Side Jewish life
3 Questions: Why getting ahead of Covid-19 requires modeling more than a health crisis
Third major gift of Steichen photographs broadens Block Museum teaching collection
Plant scientist finds fertile ground in poetry
Climate-friendly cooling to help ease global warming
Telehealth must be start of health ‘revolution’
Could megatesla magnetic fields be realized on Earth?
Queen Mary Historian publishes book to critical acclaim