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Finding lost siblings of the Sun

UNSW scientists in collaboration with European scientists demonstrated that the “DNA”, or spectra, of more than 340,000 stars in the Milky Way could aid them...

Smart technology in public spaces can help create cities that are both smart and sociable

How are shrewd urban communities intended to address subject issues? Enormous information from a system of sensors can give administrators and organizers a constant,...

New puzzle for astronomers who discover a new object within a dead star

Scientists have discovered the X-ray emitting neutron star in an approximately 2,000-year-old supernova remnant in the Small Magellanic Cloud, a satellite dwarf galaxy of...

Why the long face? Explanation found for Neanderthals’ huge noses

Scientists have determined the extinct human species of Neanderthals and found that this extinct human species probably expended huge amounts of energy in pursuit of an...

New tool sheds light on solar potential of buildings

Another online platform that will advise choices about how mortgage holders and urban organizers can benefit as much as possible from chances to utilize...

How changes in climate and land use will impact groundwater?

Researchers from UNSW and Germany are directing exploration this week at Wellington Caves in NSW as a feature of a worldwide undertaking to better...

World-first graphene-based filter to improve the quality of drinking water

UNSW researchers have built up a world-first graphene-based, lab scale filter that can expel over 99% of the omnipresent regular natural matter abandoned amid...

Eye care professionals improves glaucoma management

Glaucoma is a dynamic optic neuropathy that influences roughly 3% of individuals matured 50 years and over. Its frequency is expanding as Australia's populace...

The loneliest tree symbolizes a new age for our planet

Human first step on the moon was in 1969. At that time, individuals of that decade thought the world had changed until the end of...

Study discovered why people get aggressive after a drink or two

Scientists measuring blood flow in the brain to better comprehend why individuals frequently end up noticeably forceful in the wake of drinking liquor have discovered...

Robotic ‘Starbugs’ technology to study millions of stars

UNSW researchers will co-lead the speediest ever study of stars in our cosmic system, following the dispatch on Thursday of a progressive new Australian...

Hydrogen-boron fusion now ‘leading contender’ for energy

UNSW scientists have recently created a laser-driven technique to create a fusion that dispenses with the need for radioactive fuel elements and leaves no...

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