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AI and the ancients
1 month ago

AI and the ancients

Deep learning helps find unknown human ancestor

Even if we’re creating artificial intelligence that will eventually overthrow us and control the world, for now AI is helping us learn …
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Australia on pace to surpass Paris Accord goals, study says
1 month ago

Australia on pace to surpass Paris Accord goals, study says

By 2025, wind and solar will enable emissions reduction at current pace

Photovoltaic (PV) solar and wind power installation in Australia is so rapid that an Australian National University study …
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Your life on Mars?
1 month ago

Your life on Mars?

Starship ticket to Red Planet could cost less than a house, Musk says

“Is there life on Mars?” David Bowie famously asked. If you ask SpaceX founder Elon Musk, …
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Roaring back
2 months ago

Roaring back

Rewilding set to reintroduce species to Yorke Peninsula

We’ve covered returning disused mines to natural landscapes before, but what will take place on the Yorke Peninsula across St. Vincent …
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Written in the stars
2 months ago

Written in the stars

Russian startup promises space advertising

Have you ever thought to yourself, “I really love advertising, but Earth is just so confining?” If so, Russian startup StartRocket has you covered. …
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Can poo-powered buses reduce Pakistan’s pollution?
3 months ago

Can poo-powered buses reduce Pakistan’s pollution?

Karachi will roll out transport system fuelled by buffalo dung

When you think clean energy, poo is hardly the first thing that comes to mind. Yet the Pakistani city …
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Virtual reality helping to fight cancer
3 months ago

Virtual reality helping to fight cancer

3D tour of a tumour improves understanding of disease

While it is a remarkable technology, virtual reality’s most common applications are for gaming and entertainment. There is certainly nothing …
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Second nature
3 months ago

Second nature

Rehabilitating old mines an exercise in sustainability

Australia’s latest mining boom has been one for the ages. At its height, mining investment reached 8.5 per cent of GDP. Prices …
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The Best of Both Worlds
3 months ago

The Best of Both Worlds

Franchising combines the freedom of owning your own business with the clout of an established brand

At VENTURE, we’re all about recognizing and celebrating successful businesses. This month, we …
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Living a More Charitable Year
3 months ago

Living a More Charitable Year

How to raise funds for charity, and why your company should donate

If you’re like most people, your New Year’s resolution involves improvement in some way, be it eating …
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