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Rio Tinto releases second quarter production results
We’re sharing plants with Werribee Zoo
SANZAAR Competitions Update
Researchers shed light on growth of ‘baby’ giant stars
How to Develop a National Green Taxonomy for Emerging Markets – A New World Bank Guide
Delivering Truth And Justice For Aboriginal Victorians
Strengthening research ties with Africa
40 Ministers from around world gather to address world’s energy and climate challenges
COVID-19 survey work builds on University of Michigan researcher’s projects in Mozambique
Baboons do not view researchers as neutral
Researchers in Cambodia Receive Award for Innovative Approach to Help Prevent and Respond to Gender-Based Violence
Researchers in Cambodia Receive Award for Innovative Approach to Help Prevent and Respond to Gender-Based Violence
Assié-Lumumba leads Institute for African Development
Study could rewrite Earth’s history
Quantum Classifiers with Tailored Quantum Kernel
University of Toronto and Hebrew University of Jerusalem launch new partnership
Rapid local sequencing generates first Ugandan SARS-CoV-2 full genomes
Africa Ministerial Roundtable: Chairs’ Summary
Government policies providing more than USD 500 billion to farmers every year distort markets
Change of Her Majesty’s Consul-General to Jerusalem Spring 2021
Sharing our passion for science with world
Community engagement aids vulnerable youth in rural Missouri
Repurposing spaces left vacant by COVID-19 could breathe new life into cities, says researcher
TB cases and deaths predicted to spike due to COVID-19
New talent for Police – graduation of 38 constables
Panel: Protests ‘a defining moment’ in quest for racial justice
Tackling COVID-19: Professor Ravi Gupta
NZ’s long history of decapitations and paint attacks on public statues: new study
Discovery of Oldest Bow-and-Arrow Technology Outside Africa
Discovery of Oldest Bow-and-Arrow Technology Outside Africa
LMICs will face ‘extreme strain’ on health systems despite younger populations
SA Police welcome 26 new graduates
African countries battle-ready to take on COVID-19
Research aided by Penn State to explore impact of pandemic on world’s youth
Change of Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Republic of Liberia July 2020
Global economy faces a tightrope walk to recovery
Racial justice is union business, ITF stands committed to struggle
Preparations complete in Western Australia for construction of world’s largest telescope
Volcanic activity and changes in Earth’s mantle were key to rise of atmospheric oxygen
More than 17,000 helped to get home from across Africa
Pursuing a pathogen: building on a century of research
IAEA Opens New Laboratory Facility to Help Countries Tackle Health
Women at lower risk for cardiovascular disease than men
‘Sleeping giant’ Jodrell Bank reawakening after historic lockdown to again reveal more about great mysteries
Astronomers capture a pulsar ‘powering up’
Diversification in pastoral enterprises
New Appointments To Court Of Appeal And Supreme
Snowball’s chance in Earth and early signs of life