Archive for November, 2010

A researcher claims that relying solely on forensic testing to identify the bushfire victims had undermined other ‘common sense’ evidence.

A drug therapy may provide new hope in restoring the mobility of paralysed arms and legs for stroke and head …Read the Rest

Jenny Goldie warns about the potential dangers of an upcoming fuel crisis, including recession, inflation and unemployment.

Christine Williams details the far-reaching consequences of ‘marine debris’ on biodiversity and the various attempts to overcome it.

The Australian marsupial mole and the African Cape golden mole look alike, but a new fossil find shows their evolutionary …Read the Rest

A major CSIRO breakthrough in wireless technology is designed to bring broadband to people living beyond the optical fibre network.

A new study shows how removing large predators from marine ecosystems damages other species like seaweed and coral.

Children under four are highly vulnerable to asthma attacks from traffic-related pollutants, study finds.

Pumping too much groundwater out reduces the amount of water flowing back to the streams and risks a complete dry-out …Read the Rest

A female dolphin’s calving success has been found to be boosted by having female ‘friends’ with the same successes.

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