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Game changer – 30 per cent rebate to further turbo-charge game development in SA
Inspired by lotus flower petals
Augmented reality in retail and its impact on sales
Cancer drugs could be delivered in molecular cages unlocked by light
Glock ghost guns up for grabs on dark web
Novel deep learning framework for symbolic regression
Novel heterogeneous catalysts explained in Lego-animated ‘synthesis instruction manual’
Southern Cross University hosts Live Build with LEGO Masters
‘Jumping genes’ repeatedly form new genes over evolution
Student-Led Moon Dust Shield Team Named Finalist in NASA Competition
Victorians urged to be kind to themselves and others during lockdown
Orange Library trainees prepare picnics and Lego activities ahead of Library Lovers’ Day event
New wearable device turns body into a battery
How cells recycle machinery that drives their motility?
2021 Boroondara Citizens and Young Citizen of Year announced
Algorithms and automation: Making new technology faster and cheaper
Lego brings Berwick Fire Station to life
Web of death
Drive-in cinema heading to UC
Engineers put DTU at forefront of research and development
Wyndham’s Winter Street Party To Be Livestreamed
Helping damaged nerves to re-grow
Nanopatterning electronic properties of twisted 2D semiconductors using twist
Australian Grandparents Care – latest National Seniors report highlights COVID-19 impact on grandparenting
Six tips to survive a COVID-19 summer with your kids
Online Library Services and Programs
Parenting in a pandemic: a child psychologist’s 5 top tips
City of Greater Bendigo wins gold at Australian Tourism Awards
It’s picnic time for teddy bears – City of Casey
Highways England hosts pupils to inspire next generation
Using LEGO to study building blocks of universe
“The Lego Movie Sequel” pushed back to 2019
Lego becoming more violent to boost sales