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One way to avoid fumbling for your train ticket - but don't try this at home! [ Ab.co Link ]
One way to avoid fumbling for your train ticket but don't try this at home

Meow-Meow's bus pass implant could be deactivated

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Richard Morgan
Clive R. Bond
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yesterday at 02:30. Facebook
The best running shoe for you may not be the lightest
The best running shoe for you may not be the lightest

Are trendy running shoes worth the weight?

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Terry Lambert
Kurt Reynolds
Maria Giannakis
Did you know life on earth as we know it was shaped by the movement of tectonic plates?
Did you know life on earth as we know it was shaped by the movement of tectonic plates

The map that fills a 500-million-year gap in Earth's history

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06/27/2017 at 22:34. Facebook
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Elizabeth Ann Raymond
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06/27/2017 at 09:10. Facebook
With some clever analysis, the CSIRO is working out how to detect illegal fishing boats.
With some clever analysis the CSIRO is working out how to detect illegal fishing boats

CSIRO's breakthrough technology to help combat illegal fishing trade

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06/27/2017 at 07:10. Facebook
Information overload + limited attention span = viral fake news.
Information overload limited attention span = viral fake news

Why do we fall for fake news? It's because we can't concentrate

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Dallas Chandler
Kurt Reynolds
Ross Kelly
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06/27/2017 at 05:05. Facebook
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06/27/2017 at 03:15. Facebook
Pods of life-sized robotic orcas will protect beach-goers from sharks under a plan created by a group of Australian students.
Pods of lifesized robotic orcas will protect beachgoers from sharks under a

School kids design robot orca to deter sharks

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Daniel Burton
Andy Latta
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06/27/2017 at 01:05. Facebook
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06/26/2017 at 22:51. Facebook
The dinosaur's stomach contents were found preserved in a layer of ironstone.
The dinosaur's stomach contents were found preserved in a layer of ironstone

Dinosaur find could hold key to 95-million-year-old diet

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Christopher Ridings
Maureen Hansen
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06/26/2017 at 09:05. Facebook
"We are just seeing a lot of our wildlife disappear," says Larrakia Nation ranger coordinator Donna Jackson.
We are just seeing a lot of our wildlife disappear says Larrakia

Saving Australia's largest bird of prey from becoming road kill

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Matt Weinert
Vicki Boxshall
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06/26/2017 at 06:56. Facebook
"We need to show girls they have future pathways and possibilities they can build themselves now."
We need to show girls they have future pathways and possibilities they

'The girls were ignited': How a start-up hopes to smash glass ceiling

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06/26/2017 at 05:15. Facebook
Hundreds of patients who thought they were allergic to penicillin have been given the all-clear.
Hundreds of patients who thought they were allergic to penicillin have been

Antibiotic allergy tests helping stop spread of superbugs

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06/26/2017 at 04:10. Facebook
Two Australian cubesat satellites were lost - then found again - with a little help from a Dutch friend.
Two Australian cubesat satellites were lost then found again with a little

How do you lose something in space and find it again?

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06/26/2017 at 03:10. Facebook
Lions may be kings of the jungle, but they're amateurs compared to a dragonfly.
Lions may be kings of the jungle but they're amateurs compared to a dragonfly

Roaches turned into zombies and other freaky insect facts

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06/26/2017 at 01:30. Facebook
18 months ago, a research team were sent to Canberra to work out how animal recognition software can detect a kangaroo. They're still solving the problem.
18 months ago a research team were sent to Canberra to work

The very Australian problem of roos and driverless cars

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Pam Johanson
Richard Eussen
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06/25/2017 at 23:12. Facebook
These drones scan the landscape, find a good spot to plant - then shoot seeds right into the ground.
These drones scan the landscape find a good spot to plant then

The ambitious plan to plant nearly 100,000 trees a day with drones

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Gareth Humphreys
Carole West
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06/25/2017 at 05:23. Facebook
Spicules are geysers of gas spewing from the surface of the Sun to a height of ten thousand kilometres.
Spicules are geysers of gas spewing from the surface of the Sun

Knotty magnetic fields put the spike in the Sun's 'hair'

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Lynn Woodley
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06/25/2017 at 03:46. Facebook
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