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Mark van Rijmenam

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Big data, blockchain, artificial intelligence, internet of things, IoT, data scie...
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Symposium looks beyond the stage

11-Jun-2018 The Beyond the Stage symposium brings together an exciting mix of performers, writers and academics to explore how the creative arts have shaped our understanding of history and South Australian society during and immediately after World War One. The sy ... more...

Clinical trial treats a truly neglected infectious disease

11-Jun-2018 University of Canberra researchers are leading a new clinical trial investigating an Aboriginal bush medicine-based treatment and healing practices that could potentially cure a nasty skin condition, which can have fatal consequences. The study, led by ... more...

New drug offers hope for patients in pain

11-Jun-2018 James Cook University and Townsville Hospital are conducting a revolutionary drug trial that promises to relieve the suffering of patients with painful, non-healing wounds – which are three times more likely to afflict residents in the tropics than th ... more...

A laser that smells like a hound

11-Jun-2018 University of Adelaide researchers have created a laser that can “smell” different gases within a sample. Applications for the new device lie not just in environmental monitoring and detecting industrial contamination, but may eventually be ... more...

Trained to pick the lowest number out of a series of options, a honeybee chooses a blank image, revealing an understanding of the concept of zero.

Honeybees zero in on nothing

11-Jun-2018 Scientists have discovered honeybees can understand the concept of zero, putting them in an elite club of clever animals that can grasp the abstract mathematical notion of nothing. By demonstrating that even tiny brains can comprehend complex, abstract ... more...