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Fast-tracking the fight against disease

Fast-tracking the fight against disease

Automating plate screening, analysis and interpretation for quicker and better quality diagnosis.

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Finding food security in a changing climate

Finding food security in a changing climate

Our research has led to new sophisticated technology that is increasing crop yields in difficult environmental conditions caused by climate change.

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Dragonfly technology provides pinpoint accuracy and super speed

Dragonfly technology provides pinpoint accuracy and super speed

Imagine a world powered by predictive artificial vision and machine learning.

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Poor housing leaves its mark on our mental health for years to come

Poor housing leaves its mark on our mental health for years to come

The damaging effects of housing disadvantage on people’s mental health can persist even years after their housing situation improves.

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Making wine in a warmer world

Dr Roberta De Bei - Wine Researcher

South Australian winemakers are looking to Europe as the climate—and what drinkers want—is changing.

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From Star Wars to Apocalypse Now, director’s cuts are all the rage. But do they make the films any better?

From Star Wars to Apocalypse Now, director’s cuts are all the rage. But do they make the films any better?

Is this self-indulgence or part of the artistic process?

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Southeast Asia was crowded with archaic human groups long before we turned up

Southeast Asia was crowded with archaic human groups long before we turned up

The ancestral population of modern humans appears to have split as it moved across Asia.

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Drought-tolerant grape vines tested for Australian conditions

Alex Copper with the drought-tolerant variety Xynisteri

Increasing temperatures and frequency of heat waves are affecting vine harvests and our researchers are investigating potential solutions.

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Peter Dutton is whipping up fear on the medevac law, but it defies logic and compassion

Peter Dutton is whipping up fear on the medevac law, but it defies logic and compassion

The medevac law was passed to streamline the process for emergency medical evacuation of refugees from Manus Island and Nauru.

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A giant species of trilobite inhabited Australian waters half a billion years ago

A giant species of trilobite inhabited Australian waters half a billion years ago

A fossil of the giant new trilobite species Redlichia rex.

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