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DateSourceTypeHeadingSubheadingAuthorURL
2015\10\18The AgeNews:
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The fibre of our beingCarbon fibre technology has boosted Geelong and has the rest of the world callingJohn Elderhelp
2015\09\30The AgeNews:
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Discovery lift hope of life signsMischief found in small patches of soil Indian Mars explorationKenneth Changhelp
2015\09\29The AgeNews:
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The wet planetMessages NASA has Spaced Out the world with news that liquid water flows on MarsNikki Phillipshelp
2015\08\23The AgeNews:
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Intense study making kids short sighted(Hours indoors impair develoment of eyes)Cosima Marrinerhelp
2015\07\23The AgeNews:
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Mysterious ancient Amazon DNA link to AustraliaMultiple migrations to the Americas 1000s of years agoBianca Hallhelp
2015\07\19The AgeNews:
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A peek at pluto's puzzleNew Horizons mission Rocks stargazers worldKenneth Changhelp
2015\07\16The AgeNews:
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In our galaxy far far awayNew horizons pictures of pluto help
2015\05\02The AgeNews:
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Messenger to mercury ends epic journey with a bangNASA spacecraft crashes into planetIrene Klotzhelp
2015\03\25The AgeNews:
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Science contribute $145b economy: market reportCentre for international economics analysisNicky Philippshelp
2015\03\25The AgeNews:
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Blame macho aussie culture for violence, not boozeDrinkers in other countries can behave themselves Australians are differentAnne Foxhelp
2015\03\21The AgeOpinion:
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Sadly the joke's on usThe government approach to science is enough to make you weep says british comedian robin ince. ' we should encourage idea of doubt'Andrew Mastersonhelp
2015\02\26The AgeNews:
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Drat - it looks like it was gerbils that spread black death(favourable breeding weather in asia linked to plagues in Europe)Sarah Kaplanhelp
2015\02\15The AgeNews:
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Protect one species, damage another  help
2014\12\18The AgeNews:
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'burps' on mars: signs of life?Mars rover curiosity has detected methane 'spikes' on the planet's surfaceSarah Knaptonhelp
2014\11\20The AgeNews:
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The art of self pleasuring is in women's handsIf women are more sexually assertive now, why don't they masturbate as often as men?Julie Szegohelp
2014\11\16The AgeNews:
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First breed a chook with teethBring back dinosaurs begins with reviving dormant genes in birds. Palaeotologist jack horner's pet project could be ten years away from its first roar.Jackson Landershelp
2014\11\14The AgeNews:
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Rosetta mission a success: Philae lands on comets and ragged surface Nicky Phillipshelp
2014\11\10The AgeNews:
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Robo roaches come to the rescue in disaster zone(micro chips fitted to control cockroaches)Hannah Francishelp
2014\11\09The AgeNews:
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Weird scienceScience gurus Bill Nye and Richard Dawkins have gone from popular to polarisingAndrew Mastersonhelp
2014\11\08The AgeNews:
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Fast tracking evolutionAnimal personality. 'we want to know what's the secret source of behaviour that enhances survival' (breeding for predation resistance)Nicky Philippshelp
2014\11\02The AgeOpinion:
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What becomes of the broken hearted(ethics of heart transplants)Helen Macdonaldhelp
2014\10\25The AgeNews:
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All species in for the count in cities backyard blitzParticipate.mElbourne.vic.gov.au/projects/bioblitz)Megan Backhousehelp
2014\10\24The AgeNews:
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Ebola survivors turn care-givers, but their immunity uncertain Makiko Kitamurahelp
2014\10\19The AgeOpinion:
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Climate debate hits boiling pointThe science and politics of climate change remain as divisive as ever. Headlines this week variously suggested it was not actually a problem, not as big a problem as previously thought, or a problem within reach of a solution. what is really goAdam Mortonhelp
2014\10\17The AgeNews:
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Ebola effect on the body(step by step guide) help
2014\10\17The AgeNews:
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Defence giant to boldly go for a fusion reactor(lockheed martin skunk works unit)Julie Johnssonhelp
2014\10\14The AgeNews:
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'protocol breach' blamed for second US ebola case(the virus is also present on a patient's skin after symptoms develop)Manny Fernandezhelp
2014\10\14The AgeFeature:
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Unlocking the eye's secretsSome say the human eye is proof of the divine but for science, it's the next great mystery to solveChris Bell From Sunday telegraphhelp
2014\10\13The AgeNews:
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Hard to swallow: frozen faeces pill helps fight killer bug Michelle Fay Cortezhelp
2014\10\05The AgeNews:
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Blood of ebola survivors may be used as treatment Andrew Pollackhelp
2014\09\27Weekend AustralianFeature:
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A brief history of the futureLook forward 30 years to Australia in 2044Tim Elliotthelp
2014\09\20The AgeFeature:
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How exercise can elevate your moodLatest research shows regular exercise can ease depression and help black clouds part help
2014\09\05The AgeNews:
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New giant species of dinosaur unearthed Nikky Phillipshelp
2014\09\05The AgeNews:
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99.999 % certainty that humans are causing global warming Peter Hannamhelp
2014\08\31The AgeNews:
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Taming teen troubles Jill Starkhelp
2014\07\16The AgeNews:
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Human friendship based on genetic similarities, research finds Joel Achenbachhelp
2014\06\11South ChinaNews:
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Human face 'shaped by violence'US researchers suggest male skull in particular evolved the way it did so it could take a punchReutershelp
201\70\ 1The AgeNews:
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The icy mountains of PlutoThe New Horizons spacecraft captured amazing imagesNikki Phillipshelp