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angsea
14 August 2013

For sea squirts the key to a long and happy life is to be fertilized not by a fast sperm, but by one that stands the test of time, research by...

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6 August 2013

Chile and Argentina may face critical water storage issues due to rain-bearing westerly winds over South America’s Patagonian Ice-field moving...

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2 August 2013

A major new fossil site has been discovered by UNSW scientists beyond the boundaries of the famous Riversleigh World Heritage area in north-...

eureka-section
2 August 2013

UNSW Science has finalists in five categories of the Australian Museum Eureka Prizes – prestigious national awards that celebrate excellence in...

seafood_1
2 August 2013

OPINION: It’s been a long time since eco-labelled seafood first appeared on Australia’s supermarket shelves, but the “dolphin-safe” tuna we’ve had...

polarecosystem
31 July 2013

Slight changes in the timing of the annual loss of sea-ice in polar regions could have dire consequences for polar ecosystems, by allowing a lot...

kingsford
29 July 2013

A new UNSW-led study modelling the impacts of an approved $47 million pipeline pumping water from the Macquarie River to Orange reveals far...

robin
23 July 2013

Two tiny fossils - an ankle bone and a tooth - are prompting an overhaul of theories about marsupial evolution after they revealed unexpected...

art_0
22 July 2013

The richly coloured landscape at Fowlers Gap - the only research station in the arid zone of NSW - is a drawcard for artists.

baba
19 July 2013

In putting the alleged Boston bomber on its cover, a US magazine draws a disturbing parallel between the young man and the sexually attractive "...

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