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Lest we forget. Post traumatic stress disorder was not officially recognised until 1980.
Lest we forget Post traumatic stress disorder was not officially recognised until 1980

A history of forgetting: from shellshock to PTSD

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Ian Scott MacArthur
Fiona Paige
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Steve. It's a thing you can't explain ...
Steve  Its a thing you cant explain

The new atmospheric phenomenon called Steve

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Can the affects of trauma be felt down through the generations? Episode two of ABC RN's podcast Science Friction retells a poignant story of survival.

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Can the affects of trauma be felt down through the generations Episode

Family makes meaning of Holocaust trauma, generations on

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yesterday at 04:39. Facebook
Chasing mythical or mysterious animals grabs media headlines and spurs debates, but it can also lead to remarkable discoveries.
Chasing mythical or mysterious animals grabs media headlines and spurs debates but

Cryptozoology and the search for Tasmanian tigers, night parrots and bigfoot

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Richard Eussen
Anthony McKenzie
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yesterday at 00:59. Facebook
What's it like to visit the International Space Station for the very first time? Pretty awesome ...
Whats it like to visit the International Space Station for the very

'A burrito of awesomeness smothered in awesome sauce': Astronaut describes arriving at ISS

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04/23/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
We know dark matter exists, we just haven't worked out what it is. Yet...
We know dark matter exists we just haven't worked out what it is Yet

008 | The invisible wind

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Brock Huey
Susie Carroll
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04/23/2017 at 01:28. Facebook
Did you #MarchforScience? What were your reasons? We went to the Sydney rally to meet some of the marchers.
Did you MarchforScience What were your reasons We went to the Sydney

I marched for science and here's why

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Melissa Pol
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04/22/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
"More is not always more in nutrition."
More is not always more in nutrition

What's the deal with antioxidants?

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Jack Byrne
Morgan Leigh
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04/22/2017 . Facebook
What skeletons are hidden in your family’s closet? What family secrets lie deep inside your cells?

Science Friction brings you a story of survival against the odds, hope after the Holocaust, and the eye-opening new science of epigenetics.
What skeletons are hidden in your familys closet What family secrets lie

The secrets inside your cells: epigenetics, trauma and ancestry

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04/21/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
Here's a cool party trick you can try at home. #LifeOnTheLine
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04/21/2017 at 05:03. Facebook
Can't wait for the James Webb Telescope to launch next year so we can check out some of these alien worlds in more detail.
Cant wait for the James Webb Telescope to launch next year so

Planet found that may be just right for life

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04/21/2017 at 00:45. Facebook
Your genes are the unique 'song of you', but your epigenome is the audio engineer that decides how that music is played throughout the generations.
Your genes are the unique song of you but your epigenome is

How your life could change the cells of your grandkids

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Megan Fisher
Sarah Moore
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04/20/2017 at 07:00. Facebook
Flushable baby wipes: an ecological disaster?

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04/20/2017 at 05:00. Facebook
Cosmetic procedures can't make you feel better about yourself if you have body dysmorphic disorder, warns a psychiatrist
Cosmetic procedures cant make you feel better about yourself if you have

Body dysmorphic disorder: Are surgeons too quick to nip and tuck?

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04/20/2017 at 03:00. Facebook
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04/20/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
When can you say a tree is 60 million years old?
When can you say a tree is 60 million years old

Where the old things are: Australia's most ancient trees

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Luc Wakeham
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04/19/2017 at 23:27. Facebook
Recent visa changes could make it harder for Australia to employ people who've just finished doctorates in other countries.
Recent visa changes could make it harder for Australia to employ people

Scientists fear 457 visa changes will hurt research labs

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Char-lee Moyle
Benjamin Sandland
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04/19/2017 at 05:49. Facebook
"For decades, researchers have discussed the idea that the invading forests drove the grassland communities into collapse.

"Our new study provides the crime scene's smoking gun."
For decades researchers have discussed the idea that the invading forests drove

How wet weather killed off giant Ice Age animals

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Atherton G. Nye
Ronald Michael Gunsolus
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04/19/2017 at 04:18. Facebook
"I was awestruck when I first saw the sheer immensity of this bizarre animal."
"I was awestruck when I first saw the sheer immensity of this bizarre animal"

Giant shipworm: Marvel or monster? You decide.

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Tracy Nielsen-Richards
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04/19/2017 at 02:10. Facebook
"It's not our typical date night but we'll make the most of it," one volunteer toad catcher said.
Its not our typical date night but well make the most of

Cane toad's own poison used against them

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