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Siemens, Defence Science and Technology Group and QUT partnership to advance Australian defence industry

Siemens, Defence Science and Technology Group and QUT partners...

Siemens has partnered with Defence Science and Technology Group and Queensland University of Technology (QUT) to bring new levels of innovation to the Australian defence industry. The historic five-year research agreement was recently signed at the ..., 1 hour ago

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Chlamydia vaccine success for threatened koalas

Australian researchers at the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) in Queensland have completed the world's first successful field trial of a vaccine against chlamydia in koalas. The breakthrough was announced by USC microbiologists Professor ...
 Agra Net1 day ago U.S. News & World Report Unveils Second Annual Best Global Universities Rankings  TheStreet.com2 days ago Ban on kangaroo products is emotion over science  Special Broadcasting Service3 days ago Universities soar in world rankings  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
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University of Queensland team develops needle-free disease detection through nanotechnology patch

An Australian research team is developing a nanotechnology patch that will detect disease-carrying proteins direct from your skin. The device, once applied in the field, could remove the need for invasive blood extraction and lengthy diagnostic ...
 Melbourne Age2 weeks ago How do you pick a likeable underdog in an all-Queensland NRL grand final?  WA Today1 week ago Sinkholes: What's causing the earth to swallow us up?  The Land Australia23 hours ago TPP will kill: health groups  Melbourne Age2 days ago

Sea turtles are wearing teeny swimsuits for one smelly reason

Sea turtle hatchling in a mini swimsuit. Image: Kathy Townsend/The University of Queensland By Ariel Bogle Australia 2015-10-01 09:46:25 UTC Sometimes the answer is in the poo, and given the typical watery environment of the sea turtle, those ...
 Mashable1 week ago Teeny-tiny swimsuits for turtles have a serious purpose  Mind Food6 days ago Sea turtles forced to wear 'Borat-style' mankinis for the smelliest of reasons Trending  Irish Independent6 days ago
WA Today

New lymphoma test a 'game changer' for cancer diagnosis

University of Queensland Diamantina Institute's Professor Maher Gandhi has developed a breakthrough lymphoma test. Photo: Stewart Gould A new test for a cancer that affects 2000 Australians every year has been labelled a game changer. The test for ...
 WA Today1 week ago Cancer test predicts treatment outcome  University of Queensland6 days ago
Canberra Times

Who has the edge as Broncos face Cowboys?

By , University of Technology Sydney Will it be the Brisbane Broncos or the North Queensland Cowboys who are crowned as 2015 National Rugby League Premiers after Sunday evening's Grand Final? Whatever the result, this will be a historic Grand ...
 Canberra Times1 week ago Here's who has the upper hand in this weekend's NRL grand final  Business Insider Australia6 days ago Broncos do their research in pursuit of title  University of Queensland1 week ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Mooloolah River Interchange needed for Sunshine Coast University Public Hospital

The Queensland Government is under pressure to build a new $440 million road to the soon-to-open $1.8 billion Sunshine Coast University Public Hospital at Kawana. Sunshine Coast councillors and MPs agree traffic in the congested Nicklin Way, to the ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Traffic concerns over new hospital  WA Today1 week ago
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First Australians lived with killer lizards

As if life wasn't hard enough during the last Ice Age, research led by the University of Queensland has found Australia's first human inhabitants had to contend with giant killer lizards UQ vertebrate palaeoecologist Dr Gilbert Price said ...
 University of Queensland1 week ago Early Australians lived alongside giant killer lizards  Business Standard2 weeks ago Fossil Proves Early Humans and Predator Lizards Co-existed  Laboratory Equipment2 weeks ago
Manila Bulletin

Breakthrough against coral destroying starfish

Crown of Thorns Starfish by wikipedia SYDNEY — A Queensland university has made a breakthrough in the fight against Crown of Thorns Starfish (COTS), which has significantly damaged the Great Barrier Reef. And it is a simple household staple ...
 Manila Bulletin2 weeks ago Vinegar used as weapon against reef threat  Sky News Australia2 weeks ago Solution is simply vinegar  New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago Vinegar used against crown of thorns starfish on Great Barrier Reef  Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago

Height, weight are genetically linked, says Australian study

A new study has revealed genetic link between being tall and slim.Researchers at the University of Queensland and the University of Melbourne found the genes that result in greater height correlate strongly with the genes that produce a reduced body ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Australian Study Reveals That Height, Weight Could be Genetically Linked  MedIndia2 weeks ago
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