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Imagine if the drugs used during labour could target just the uterus. Researchers say a new method of drug infusion could operate a bit like a guided missile – without causing collateral damage to either mum or bub. The The University of Newcastle, Australia is working on safer births.

Controlling contractions with nanotechnology

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Epilepsy affects more than quarter of a million Australians. Now a revolutionary imaging technique offers new hope to those with the condition. It’s a world-first breakthrough by the team at Swinburne University of Technology #keepitclever.

Pin-pointing the site of electrical storms in the brain

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Instead of a finger prick, imagine a wearable sensor like a smartwatch that provides continual glucose readings to people with diabetes. It could happen, say UOW: University of Wollongong, Australia researchers. #keepitclever

No blood – just sweat and tears – in future diabetes care?

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What if we could transform industrial waste into clean water? It’s happening already, thanks to researchers from Victoria University, Melbourne Australia. And the best part? It uses hardly any electricity and saves huge amounts of water. Way to #keepitclever

Turning industrial waste into clean water

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For a while there, high protein 'paleo' diets were all the rage. But now a new study suggests the exact opposite may be best as we age. Could it be that carbs can sustain the fountain of youth? University of Sydney is on the case. #keepitclever

Is a carb-rich diet the key to living a longer life?

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Teaching kids how to keep their teeth healthy is even more crucial than we once thought. Not only can it prevent needless surgery – it could save them from health problems later in life. Thanks for the heads up, The University of Melbourne. #keepitclever

Good health later in life starts with baby teeth

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Group living helps to reduce stress in fish, a new study shows. Could this be a vital clue to keep our Great Barrier Reef marine life in good health? Clever work, James Cook University. #keepitclever

Sticking together keeps fish calmer

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Well that’s cool. This familiar spice could improve your overall health by lowering the temperature in your stomach. Researchers at RMIT University are taking a closer look. #keepitclever

Cinnamon helps us to keep our cool

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A coronary risk score card? The early detection of genetic risk could pave the way for earlier intervention and lifestyle changes. Great work, The University of Melbourne. #keepitclever

Predicting your genetic heart disease risk

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More than one in three Victorian mental health workers were physically assaulted over a 12 month period. A tool developed at Swinburne University of Technology is now helping to protect hospital staff worldwide. #keepitclever

Assessing aggression risk in mental health patients

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Surgery to stop kids snoring – do the benefits outweigh the risks? University of South Australia researchers don’t think so. #keepitclever

New research may save young snorers from surgery

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A new way of assessing the risk of psychotic episodes could lead to earlier treatment and prevention. Promising developments from the The University of Adelaide. #keepitclever

Researchers help determine psychosis risk

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Quantum computing is the space race of the 21st century. Now a new, more stable quantum bit puts UNSW (The University of New South Wales) and Centre for Quantum Computation & Communication Technology in a world-leading position #keepitclever

New frontiers in quantum computing

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A new kind of ‘designer rice’ could help beat diabetes, cancer and obesity say scientists at the University of Tasmania. And with rice the staple diet of half the world's population, the potential benefits are huge… #keepitclever

Designer rice could help beat disease

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How does the Milky Way form new stars? And where are the dwarf galaxies that surround it? The Australian National University's new map of the Milky Way will help answer the big questions. #keepitclever

New Milky Way map to help solve galaxy’s mysteries

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In recurring bowel cancer, doubling the chance of detection means improving the chance of survival. A new test from Flinders University fills an urgent need. #keepitclever

New cancer DNA blood test ‘twice as sensitive’ – Keep It Clever

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Imagine if your smart watch or your fitness band could be powered by your own body heat. It could happen sooner than you think, say researchers at Deakin University. #keepitclever

New power source for wearable technologies

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The asteroid that slammed into earth 66 million years ago caused mass extinctions. Now its crater site could reveal the mysteries of early life. Curtin University is on the case. #keepitclever

Asteroid crater rocks to shed light on beginnings of life

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What’s more dangerous: sharks or fireworks? It might all depend on where you’re swimming. Thanks for the research into how to keep us safer, Bond University. #keepitclever

Fireworks still more dangerous than sharks

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What’s killing more Australian women than cancer? New research from the Australian Catholic University (ACU) reveals we may be ignoring the signs of a hidden killer. #keepitclever

The hidden killer of Australian women

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