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CSIRO develops system to fight illegal fishing The CSIRO has developed a new system to tackle illegal fishing by using a notification system that alerts authorities when offending vessels arrive in port.
Israeli firm develops solar tag for smart agriculture An Internet of Things (IoT) systems and energy harvesting solutions provider has devised an autonomous, wireless solar tag for enabling precision agriculture and smart irrigation.
Science a massive contributor to Australia’s economic output Australia’s science sector contributes more than a quarter of Australia’s economic output, with a newly released report showing that advances in the physical, mathematical and…
Hobart gains new oceanographic technology Australia's national science agency CSIRO has announced a new class oceanographic research instrument, TRIAXUS, has touched down in Hobart.
The Remtek in action A handheld detector that reduces both the cost and time taken to remediate sites contaminated by petroleum products has been launched to market in the…
Research: pain killers delay flu recovery The body raises its temperature to fight the flu. Pain killers tend to return the temperature to 'normal.'
Researchers tap into the butterfly effect An international research team has taken inspiration from the humble butterfly, mimicking microscopic structures in its wings to develop a new device that could make…
The US Supreme Court has ruled that genes cannot be patented, but there's more to it than that.

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  • 05 June
    Just announced, the largest plant-eating lizard ever to have lived has been named after the original Lizard King, Jim Morrison.
    Modelling of Linux package dependencies shows a striking similarity with the evolutionary characteristics of bacterial genomes.

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