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Water on exoplanet cloud tops could be found with hi-tech instrumentation
Newly discovered footprints reveal oldest traces of humans in Arabia
Dormant barley grass an issue for EP
New home for books and bubs in Sandringham
Toxic masculinity: why male funnel web spiders are so dangerous
Phil Tubesing awarded 2020 Global Security Medal
President Reif shares information ahead of National Voter Registration Day
Extending Origami Into Untethered Robots and Morphing Devices
Shared protein fingerprint could simplify treatment of common inherited heart disease
40% of Oʻahu beaches could be lost by mid-century
Personal interactions are important drivers of STEM identity in girls
Jeanne Hey discusses supreme court vacancy and impact on Maine senate race on WMTW
Innovation Conversations: celebrating Vice-Chancellor’s Innovation Awards 2020
NASA to Discuss Early Artemis Exploration Plans with Media
Engineers link brains to computers using 3D printed implants
Ryugu’s rocky past
Soft robots, origami combine for potential way to deliver medical treatments
Nine UB researchers, awarded in ICREA Academia 2019
Bird beak revealed by HKU-codeveloped laser imaging informs early beak form, function, and development
Westpac announces new Chief Executive, Consumer
Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science goes all-digital in 2020
Disability access to buildings: have your say
Can’t get you outta my head: neuroscience study finds ‘hidden’ thoughts in visual part of brain
Urgent global plea to reduce plastic pollution after study
Undersea Earthquakes Shake Up Climate Science
Google It: Quantum Chemistry Problem Solved
PETA misrepresents UW-Madison lab
Chemists develop ‘smart cells’ with potential to treat illness at cellular level
Orphaned chimpanzees can suffer for life
$12.5 million awarded to Montreal team to study Parkinson’s Disease
Gene Therapy Corrects Cardiac Effects of Friedreich’s Ataxia
Assistant Secretary of State Christopher A. Ford Travels to Vienna for IAEA General Conference
Going with flow for water purification
Filling Africa’s largest dam risks political tension if engineering realities are ignored
Forensic anthropologist helps police identify unknown victims
An anthology and on-line book launch on research perspectives on post-pandemic world
Synthetic biology: a discussion with George Church and Christian Frei
Over 1.6 million euros for sustainability research
Study suggests at least 11 fish species are able to walk on land
Southampton rises to 15th in Good University Guide
Foreign Secretary’s 2020 Rosh Hashanah message
Durham ranked sixth in UK
Ancient Human Footprints in Saudi Arabia Provide Snapshot of Arabian Ecology 120,000 Years Ago
Appointments to CSIRO Board
Ipswich operator fined
Humans develop more slowly than mice because our chemistry is different
Engineers produce a fisheye lens that’s completely flat
Chaotic “Lévy walks” are a good strategy for animals