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First evidence of neutrino source discovered in distant galaxy

IceCube

Scientists discover that an energetic galaxy four billion light years from Earth is the source of high-energy neutrino particles.

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Physicists charge ahead with proton discovery

Physicists charge ahead with proton discovery - Parity-violating electron scattering from the proton

A University of Adelaide physicist has assisted in a discovery which may catalyse the ability to solve some of science's biggest remaining mysteries.

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Researchers discover some fish species might actually benefit from climate change

A damselfish at the volcanic seep in New Zealand.

Research on damselfish living in high CO2 conditions shows that some populations of fish species might actually benefit from climate change.

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Cross species transfer of genes has driven evolution

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Scientists have shown that widespread transfer of genes between species has radically changed the genomes of today’s mammals, and been an important driver of evolution.

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Scientists dive deep to save sinking oyster population

Image - Scientists dive deep to save sinking oyster population

School of Biological Sciences and Environment Institute researchers are involved in Australia’s largest ever oyster reef restoration project.

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Scientists pumped with new quantum computing potential

Quantum computing pump image

An international team of researchers have developed a new product that moves the world one step closer to reliable, high-performance quantum computing.

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Scientists find new alien-like wasp that eats victims from the inside out

Dolichogenidea xenomorph wasp

Just like the terrifying creatures from the Alien movies, scientists have discovered a new species of parasitic wasp that eats victims from the inside out.

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Wine scientists remove bitter flavours from Cabernet Sauvignon

Wine scientists are investigating the flavours of wines

Scientists at Australia’s largest wine research hub have used tiny magnetic particles to remove strange aromas and flavours from wine.

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Raising the baa: Animal science student wins global award

Animal science student Leesa-Joy Flanagan has won a major international award

Research into the growth, health and profitability of lambs has landed animal science student Leesa-Joy Flannigan a major international award.

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Scientists create laser that ‘smells’ like a hound

Sarah Scholten and Dr Ben Sparkes

Scientists have created a laser which may eventually be used as a human breath test to screen for serious illness.

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