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Aussies lead push to recycle used solar panels

More than 100,000 tonnes of used solar panels are expected to become waste over the next 10 years and Australian researchers are stepping up recycling
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EV training boost for TAFE Queensland

Cutting-edge electric vehicle training simulators are among the upgrades planned at two Queensland TAFE centres. A $3 million Federal Government grant will be used to
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Student visa crackdown from July

From July, visitors to Australia will no longer be able to apply for a student visa while still in the country. The Federal Government will also change rules for
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Headache post-COVID jab shows it’s working

Suffering side effects after the COVID vaccine indicates you are experiencing a robust immune response that is likely to lessen the chances of infection. Tiredness,
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Battle to save endangered rainforest frog

Southern Cross University researchers are working to save an endangered species of frog by breeding it and reintroducing it to its natural habitat. The Mountain frog
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States drive health R&D investment

State and Territory governments are doing the heavy lifting in health-related research and development funding, based on the latest data. The Australian Bureau of
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Sextortion targets one in seven adults

One in seven adults – or almost 15 percent – have been victims of sexual extortion, according to a new global study. Led by Melbourne’s RMIT University,
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Female AI voices empower women in teams

Artificial intelligence-powered virtual assistants with female voices boost the participation of women in male-dominated teams, according to new research. The findings,
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Scarce tech and trade skills in high demand

More than three-quarters of Australian businesses are in need of technicians and trade workers, but cannot find or train the staff they need. New data released by Ai
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Elephants’ name calling just like humans

Elephants appear to call each other by name, according to a recent study. They use personalised calls specific to each member of their group – just like humans
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