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From accident to inspiration – Robot Academy lets anyone build robots

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Tech twist lets soldiers identify sniper positions in half a second

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The changing face of biometrics research

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Australia’s ethnic face is changing, and so are our blood types

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Chernobyl is now a hugely important wildlife refuge

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New biodiversity report shows 1 million species on brink of extinction

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Physicists-turned-sleuths hunt for WWII German uranium

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The rocket competition launching Australia’s future

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