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From one of the first Apple computers to a Charles Darwin letter discussing Barnacle sex, a major auction of technological and scientific artifacts this week will give a fascinating glimpse into the great minds that helped shape our world. ..., 4 days ago
Darwin note, Apple computer up for auction Weekly Times Now, 6 days ago

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Indigenous survival economics

Image: Sir Tipene O'Regan delivers the 14th Annual Vincent Lingiari Lecture at Charles Darwin University in the Northern Territory. (Supplied - Charles Darwin University) In 1998, a Maori tribe's claim for land was finally recognised, leaving them ...
 ABC Online3 days ago

How to make a smoking jack-o-lantern with an e-cig

By , Youve gotta love Popular Science. The magazine traces its history back to 1872, when Charles Darwin was a frequent topic, and is having a very good time looking into the future: Defend Your Home With Artificial Intelligence urges one cover ...
 Washington Post4 days ago How to make a smoking jack-o'-lantern with an e-cig  Austin American Statesman4 days ago

Simian Rights

Charles Darwin told the humans long ago. That the simians, or monkeys, are our evolutionary forefathers. But the humans have been busy fighting over human rights, forgetting completely that their forefathers, the simians, also have their rights. An ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago

Publish and Be Damned

1:28 PM ET 44:10 After labouring in secret for twenty years, Charles Darwin is almost trumped by the obscure, young naturalist Alfred Wallace. Shocked that someone else is drawing the same conclusions he once did while travelling through the ...
 CBC2 weeks ago

Dr. Watson welcomes Darwin statue

Photo: Frank WangCollege alumnus and Nobel Prize laureate, James D. Watson (PhB'46, SB'47), donates a statue of Charles Darwin in honor of Darwin's contributions to the biological sciences, at an event in the BSLC this Thursday. Just before 10 ...
 Individual.com2 weeks ago

The Evolution and Science Behind Coffee's Effects

Charles Darwin did a fine job of showing why his theory of evolution explained the living world better than any creationist ideas could, and evidence has piled up ever since, but a swatch of the American public remain unconvinced . Therefore, it's ...
 Forbes.com3 weeks ago Life on Earth still favours evolution over creationism  PhysOrg.com1 month ago

These Six Companies Broke The Rules Of Business...And Succeeded

What do Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein and Thomas Jefferson have in common? They all veered from the traditional path. So did Mark Zuckerberg, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, Bill Gates, and two men named Steve (Jobs and Wozniak.) They followed their ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago The Huffington Post Names Kara Goldin Of Hint Water To The "Six Companies Who Broke The Rules Of Business...and Succeeded" List  Scottrade3 weeks ago

Natural disaster law an option to reduce NT petrol prices

A Charles Darwin University law lecturer and former Labor politician has urged the NT Government to use a piece of legislation usually reserved for natural disasters to reduce chronically high petrol prices. Motorists in Darwin are still paying ...
 ABC Online1 month ago NT petrol prices could be reduced using natural disaster legislation, CDU lecturer says (ABC)  Yahoo! News Australia1 month ago

Harvard Uni, Charles Darwin collaboration aims to help asylum seekers get legal representation (ABC)

Migration lawyers in the Northern Territory say at least 1,000 asylum seekers in Darwin detention cannot get legal help, but a new program may change all that. "It connects students with the legal profession, with the stakeholders who are in ...
 Yahoo! News Australia1 month ago Bid to help asylum seekers get legal representation  ABC Online1 month ago
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