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Scientists in Australia say they have begun work on a project that will see lasers fired from Earth to blast away the thousands of tonnes of space debris orbiting our planet. Sandra Bullock and George Clooney in Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity Australia now
Computer-generated images of the planned Giant Magellan Telescope using lasers and adaptive optics. Photo: Giant Magellan Telescope Organization Astronomers at the Australian National University want to fire lasers at space junk orbiting Earth in an
Strong winds and soaring temperatures have led to dozens of bushfires in southern Australia. Could Aboriginal "gardening" techniques be used to control them in future? I am only an hour into visiting a retired couple just north of Sydney when I
Professor and Director of Tax Studies, Melbourne Law School at University of Melbourne Tutor at Australian National University Director of Studies, Asia Pacific College of Diplomacy at Australian National University Treasurer Joe Hockey today urged
China carried out combat simulations at the beginning of the month between Christmas Island and Indonesia in an apparent flexing of its growing naval muscle." Photo: Supplied Australia scrambled an air force surveillance plane earlier this month to
Australian astronomers have found the oldest known star in the universe, a discovery that may help to resolve a long-standing discrepancy between observations and predictions of the Big Bang billions of years ago. Stefan Keller, lead researcher at
Gregan puts his relatively easy adaptation to ''normal'' life down to being busy and having different challenges. ''I am not much for looking back,'' he says. ''I like to look forward, not too far forward. It keeps you thinking of the here and now.''
We're in a unique position to push boundaries, which obviously the mainstream media can't do...Honi Soit, where journalist Laurie Oakes, members of the Chaser team and Prime Minister Tony Abbott started off, is now the only weekly student newspaper
Fluvax given to dozens of young children despite ban Posted February 04, 2014 16:38:00 Dozens of young children have been given a flu vaccine despite it being banned for under five-year-olds in Australia because it can cause fever, vomiting and
Research fellow, Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis at Australian National University Without a clear direction of where the Australian economy is heading, the consensus to keep the cash rate at its current level of 2.5% remains strong.