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This special six-page edition contains some of the most important and interesting science stories of 2012, such as the successful landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars; the discovery of Higgs boson particles; melting Arctic sea ice; and several new species.
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UTS Science graduate Dr Aiden Martin recently secured a research position at the prestigious Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California, USA. Satisfy your Wanderlust and join us in Berlin, Germany from Thursday, October 27 through Sunday, October 30 2016 for this groundbreaking, boundary-spanning conference. Get the latest on research, programs, services, walks and special events in your area.
I still use the app because of the the great science news it organizes, but the advertisements that cover some of the content, and have no X to close them, are very troublesome. Second-year Forensic Biology in Biomedical Science student, Felicity Hall, has recently returned from Romania on month-long archaeology dig. The 2016 North American Conference of the Association for Consumer Research which will be held – for the first time – outside of North America. A Harvard ethicist says we should think not just about what we can do, but what we should do.