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Dr Tara Murphy
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To infinity and beyondTags: Inspiring Australian Women
Dr Tara Murphy’s childhood love of space propelled her to a career that is helping to unlock the secrets of the universe. Leading a global collaboration of 80 scientists, she is helping to capture pre ...
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Showing that prevention is better than cureTags: Inspiring Australian Women
Professor Adele Green’s ground-breaking research showed that melanoma was preventable through regular application of sunscreen. Her findings effectively set the global benchmark for preventive melanom ...
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Professor Chris Moran
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Generating positive energy
Mining is a global industry and an Australian organisation is leading the world in re-thinking sustainable mining and imagining just what shape it will take over the next two decades.
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The slopes of Loess Plateau are a major food production region for China, recent projects have looked at how to produce more in a more sustainable way
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Modernising rural China
The vast Loess Plateau has been both feeding northern China and periodically showering it with dust for millennia. In collaboration with one Chinese and one Australian university, Australia's CSIRO ha ...
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Visiting US scientist Dr Shelley Hough. Image courtesy of Casamento Photography
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From science stems hope
World-leading innovations in stem cell science and regenerative medicine could soon be developed at the newly formed Stem Cells Australia, an initiative with a goal of building international collabora ...
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Dr Peter Oke
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Naval gazing
Australia’s national science agency, along with its bureau of meteorology and navy, has developed BLUElink, one of only four global ocean forecasting systems in existence. BLUElink’s practical applica ...
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Algal cultivation system at James Cook University
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THE SMART LEAP FORWARD
Amongst all industries redefining themselves in the flux of globalisation, manufacturing above all others perhaps embodies the tension between the old world and the new.
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Liquid Assets
The Australian National University’s Water Initiative has already made a big contribution to the development and implementation of sustainable water policies in Australia. Now the innovative collabora ...
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Hunting medicine’s next big discovery
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Hunting medicine’s next big discovery
As the jewel in the crown of Australian medical research, Melbourne’s Walter and Eliza Hall Institute has an almost century-long history of helping to diminish the suffering caused by disease.
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