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5,800 defence veterans homeless in Australia – that’s more than we thought

5,800 defence veterans homeless in Australia – that’s more than we thought

About 5.6% of Australian defence veterans could end up homeless.

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Youth online safety and cybercrime prevention

Youth online safety and cyber crime prevention

Knowing how young people operate in the digital world is the key to keeping them safe.

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Many countries join The US, Russia and China in creating space agencies

Many countries join The US, Russia and China in creating space agencies

Civilian and Military use of space has been dramatically increasing in recent years thus leading many States, including Australia, to create National Space Agencies.

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Crying over plant-based milk: neither science nor history favours a dairy monopoly

Crying over plant-based milk: neither science nor history favours a dairy monopoly

Plant-based liquids have been called milk for centuries.

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Tackling traffic congestion on the final frontier

Tackling traffic congestion on the final frontier

To prevent damage and loss of valuable space assets it is critical that we develop space situational awareness.

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Avoiding technology meltdown

Cyber security with globe

Can we prevent cyber-attacks that result in the leak of secret information?

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Protecting crops by preserving their pollinators

Protecting crops by preserving their pollinators

A worrying global decline threatening food security.

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Curbing chemo

Curbing chemo

Studying immune receptors to reduce chemo symptoms.

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Deep breath: this sea snake gathers oxygen through its forehead

Deep breath: this sea snake gathers oxygen through its forehead

Hydrophis cyanocinctus has a mysterious hole in the top of its skull.

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