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A tiny insect that evaded Australia's strict biosecurity controls is threatening plane safety at Brisbane Airport. Researchers say that without proper management, keyhole wasps could travel to other Australian airports and possibly even abroad.

A tiny insect that evaded Australia's strict biosecurity controls is threatening plane safety at Brisbane Airport. Researchers say that without proper management, keyhole wasps could travel to other Australian airports and possibly even abroad.

🏖️ "Since 1940, it's eroded about 100 meters, and in quite a unique fashion." The Post Office Rock dune system is likely one of Australia's fastest-eroding. Researchers @Flinders  have deployed a robotic catamaran to study how climate change is changing the local landscape

🏖️ The dune system of this picturesque beach is likely one of Australia’s fastest-eroding. Researchers have deployed a robotic catamaran to study how climate change is changing the local landscape

The egg-laying monotreme is in retreat across much of eastern Australia. Researchers say it's time to classify the animal as a nationally threatened species | @p_hannam 

Australia's platypus population has declined so drastically in the last 30 years that researchers are calling for the iconic duck-billed mammal to be listed as a "threatened species"

A new study by researchers in Australia suggests that bright lights in our homes affect the rhythms that dictate when we sleep, and when we wake.

Working with Indigenous communities, @ArtsUnimelb  researchers have created a resource to help Australians connect with First Nations languages. The 50 Words Project aims to provide 50 words in every Indigenous language of Australia. #NAIDOC2020  →

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The @SheepCRC  has fostered collaborations between researchers & industry to transform Australia’s sheep industry to deliver the high quality products. For 30 years, the CRC program has supported collaborative research to deliver outcomes for industry:

Researchers in Australia have resolved a fundamental design challenge in next-generation perovskite solar cells, bringing their widespread use a step closer. 🌞 →

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The Great Barrier Reef lost half of its coral populations in the last quarter-century. Researchers in Australia blamed climate change for the loss, which they said could diminish critical habitats for fish and other marine life.

In what researchers called the first such global estimate, Australia’s national science agency says that 9.25 million to 15.87 million tons of microplastics are embedded on the seafloor. That is far more than on the ocean’s surface.

Researchers in Australia have devised a test that can determine novel coronavirus infection in about 20 minutes using blood samples in what they say is a world-first breakthrough

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Researchers in Australia claim they logged a data speed of 44.2 terabits per second At that speed, users could download more than 1,000 HD movies in less than a second 🤯

Evidence of a worm-like creature about the size of a grain of rice has been uncovered in South Australia, and researchers believe it is the oldest ancestor on the family tree that includes humans and most animals. The creature lived 555 million years ago.

Researchers confirmed that human-caused climate change had an impact on Australia’s recent devastating wildfires

Researchers in Australia have developed a 10-minute test that can detect the presence of cancer cells anywhere in the human body, according to a newly published study

Researchers in Australia have developed a 10-minute test that can detect the presence of cancer cells anywhere in the human body, according to a newly published study

Researchers in Australia have developed a 10-minute test that can detect the presence of cancer cells anywhere in the human body, according to a newly published study

Researchers in Australia have developed a 10-minute test that can detect the presence of cancer cells anywhere in the human body, according to a newly published study

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