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Can You Taxidermy a Human?
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Can You Taxidermy a Human?

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Dr Chris Brennan-Jones: giving kids a sound start to school
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Dr Chris Brennan-Jones: giving kids a sound start to school

Simone Harrington: riding the waves of emotion
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Simone Harrington: riding the waves of emotion

Professor Ryan Lister: the on/off switch for our genes
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Professor Ryan Lister: the on/off switch for our genes

Professor Steven Tingay: answering the big questions
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Professor Steven Tingay: answering the big questions

Putting the ‘eye’ in AI: what can computers teach us about human vision?
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Putting the ‘eye’ in AI: what can computers teach us about human vision?

Turning the phage on infectious diseases
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Turning the phage on infectious diseases

Will COVID-19 result in fewer carbon emissions?
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Will COVID-19 result in fewer carbon emissions?

Ancient kitchen hidden by sea level rise
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Ancient kitchen hidden by sea level rise

The varnishing point: Where science meets art
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The varnishing point: Where science meets art

The very serious science behind the power of play
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The very serious science behind the power of play

What Makes a Scientist?
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What Makes a Scientist?

The science of habits: how we make and break them
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The science of habits: how we make and break them

Music therapy: it’s all in the beat
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Music therapy: it’s all in the beat

How to sign ‘coronavirus’
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How to sign ‘coronavirus’

How Do You Engineer Your Way Into The Circus?
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How Do You Engineer Your Way Into The Circus?

Experiments in isolation
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Experiments in isolation

What about us? Why humans don’t live underground (much)
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What about us? Why humans don’t live underground (much)

Are lazy people more efficient and innovative than we think?
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Are lazy people more efficient and innovative than we think?

The power of pets
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The power of pets

Finding better ways to cool down as the climate heats up

Finding better ways to cool down as the climate heats up

How do you make science funny?
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How do you make science funny?

Why is this coronavirus such a threat?
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Why is this coronavirus such a threat?

Behind the vaccines: How science is building immunity
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Behind the vaccines: How science is building immunity

The new future of work
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The new future of work

The psychology of mass panic and collective calm
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The psychology of mass panic and collective calm

Fear of the flush
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Fear of the flush

Cancellation calculus: The maths of cancelled events

Cancellation calculus: The maths of cancelled events

Speeding up healthcare with artificial intelligence
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Speeding up healthcare with artificial intelligence

Changing climate, changing minds
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Changing climate, changing minds

Microbes on the mind
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Microbes on the mind

Getting curious about curiosity
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Getting curious about curiosity

Feeling the burn this summer
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Feeling the burn this summer

Saving the bay
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Saving the bay

The mind and body benefits of bouldering
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The mind and body benefits of bouldering

Neurorehabilitation: fighting strokes with robotics
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Neurorehabilitation: fighting strokes with robotics

Flying (emotionally) blind
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Flying (emotionally) blind

A day at a ‘body farm’
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A day at a ‘body farm’

Professor Carol Bower: Putting the folate in your bread
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Professor Carol Bower: Putting the folate in your bread

Dr Adam Cross: Rebuilding our fragile landscapes
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Dr Adam Cross: Rebuilding our fragile landscapes

Jessica Kretzmann: Making breakthroughs in breast cancer treatment
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Jessica Kretzmann: Making breakthroughs in breast cancer treatment

Professor Phil Bland: A tale of chasing meteors
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Professor Phil Bland: A tale of chasing meteors

Professor Rob Newton: Why people with cancer need to exercise
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Professor Rob Newton: Why people with cancer need to exercise

WA Premier’s Science Award winners announced
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WA Premier’s Science Award winners announced

A genome tale of Australia’s first peoples
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A genome tale of Australia’s first peoples

Estimating the time of death … under water
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Estimating the time of death … under water

How plans to live on Mars could reshape our homes on Earth
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How plans to live on Mars could reshape our homes on Earth

WA killer whales have Aussie accent
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WA killer whales have Aussie accent

Ear, Nose, Throat … and Lemur specialist?
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Ear, Nose, Throat … and Lemur specialist?

Facing sleep apnoea
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Facing sleep apnoea

Opposites Attract
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Opposites Attract

The case for optimism in reducing Indigenous suicide
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The case for optimism in reducing Indigenous suicide

Language and science combine in bush classroom
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Language and science combine in bush classroom

How to hack your memory with memory training
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How to hack your memory with memory training

The emerging field of infant mental health
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The emerging field of infant mental health

Backpacking builds character, confidence and problem solving skills
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Backpacking builds character, confidence and problem solving skills

The science of child protection
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The science of child protection

Why “find your passion” is bad advice
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Why “find your passion” is bad advice

Eddie Woo: the maths teacher you wish you’d had
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Eddie Woo: the maths teacher you wish you’d had

Guthrie test—newborn screening goes national
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Guthrie test—newborn screening goes national

National Science Week: STEM from Dance
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National Science Week: STEM from Dance

Early career researchers: So you want to make a difference?
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Early career researchers: So you want to make a difference?

How to take control and future-proof your career
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How to take control and future-proof your career

Cancer-causing HTLV-1 virus is common in parts of Australia
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Cancer-causing HTLV-1 virus is common in parts of Australia

Killer immunotherapy: fighting cancer with genetic engineering
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Killer immunotherapy: fighting cancer with genetic engineering

Misty Jenkins leads the way as advocate for Aboriginal health and education
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Misty Jenkins leads the way as advocate for Aboriginal health and education

A shortcut to testing for Ebola
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A shortcut to testing for Ebola

The 3,600 mile experiment: Parkinson’s disease on the ocean​
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The 3,600 mile experiment: Parkinson’s disease on the ocean​

A Look At The State STEM Skills Strategy: How Will The WA Workforce Change?
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A Look At The State STEM Skills Strategy: How Will The WA Workforce Change?

Rejecting vaccines as a way to fit in?
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Rejecting vaccines as a way to fit in?

What it takes to lead the world: Michelle Simmons, 2018 Australian of the Year
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What it takes to lead the world: Michelle Simmons, 2018 Australian of the Year

Young business entrepreneur helps First Nations youth gain tech skills
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Young business entrepreneur helps First Nations youth gain tech skills

We are still evolving
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We are still evolving

How knowing what’s important to you can make you happier
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How knowing what’s important to you can make you happier

DIY science boosts WA students’ interest in research
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DIY science boosts WA students’ interest in research

WA school tops the nation in Indigenous science education
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WA school tops the nation in Indigenous science education

What your body odour says about you
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What your body odour says about you

The science of cryopreserving the human body
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The science of cryopreserving the human body

How coaches can deal with doping in sport
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How coaches can deal with doping in sport

Saffron spices up mental health research
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Saffron spices up mental health research

March for Science this Saturday
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March for Science this Saturday

What’s the secret to job satisfaction?
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What’s the secret to job satisfaction?

Dating website matches you based on your DNA
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Dating website matches you based on your DNA

Just like bats, humans can use echolocation
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Just like bats, humans can use echolocation

WA tech giant passes away
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WA tech giant passes away

You are not just you—you are a chimera
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You are not just you—you are a chimera

Do LEGO instructions hinder skills for the future?
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Do LEGO instructions hinder skills for the future?

Meet the renegade science educator making periods cool again
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Meet the renegade science educator making periods cool again

Sleep deprivation leads to lazy brains
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Sleep deprivation leads to lazy brains

Wedded bliss: the secret to good health?
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Wedded bliss: the secret to good health?

The science of why we age
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The science of why we age

A gender agenda: improving healthcare equality
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A gender agenda: improving healthcare equality

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