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Healthcare

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A new 3D model for responding to infectious diseases
Many serious disease outbreaks in the past 20 years have been caused by respiratory viruses, including COVID-19. Traditionally,
25th July 2020 by IdeaSpies
 
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Wellbeing

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A Forum to help make the world more sustainable
Join the #symphony7 Community (online) 7th Aug as the following panelists: : Julie Green, Alex Coslovich, 
24th July 2020 by Jenny Boymal
 
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Industrial

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An Australian manufacturing revival
Manufacturing's contribution to GDP in Australia peaked in the late 1950s and into the 60s when it was near 30 per cent. Now it has shrunk to about 5.5 per cent. The manufacturing sector could be a major employer again if it is encouraged to grow. Most of the 926,000 workers in the sector are employed by small to medium enterprises with fewer than 20 employees. New technologies such as digital drawing, robotics and 3D printing, as well as widespread shutdown of global supply chains caused by COVID-19, are making growth possible.Australia, for example, is the largest producer of lithium in the world and exports it in its raw form. Lithium is worth about $US750 a tonne in its raw form but if manufactured into batteries would be worth about $US150,000 a tonne.  
24th July 2020 by IdeaSpies
 
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Wellbeing

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Watch Evolution Before Your Eyes
Arludo delivers another engaging resource through the use of gamification to learn about Evolution.Check out their latest game 'Ea
23rd July 2020 by Madeline
 
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Energy

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Capturing 'invisible' light from the sun to produce power
Most solar power devices are made from silicon, which cannot respond to light less energetic than the near infrared. So
23rd July 2020 by Kylie
 
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Healthcare

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Queensland researchers are improving genetic testing for skin cancer
Queensland-based genetic researcher and counsellor, Dr Aideen McInerney-Leo is searching for an array of genes that may increase r
23rd July 2020 by Mel
 
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