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1 How did Uluru form?
2 The map that fills a 500-million-year gap in Earth's history
3 Sydney man has Opal card implanted into hand to make catching public transport easier
4 Indigenous art pioneer Peter Fannin dies in Alice Springs
5 Climate scientists reveal their fears for the future
6 Black Saturday frog study finds extreme bushfires threaten amphibians' future
7 Opal card implanted into Sydney man Meow-Meow could be deactivated by NSW authorities
8 How parenting advice assumes you're white and middle class
9 Astronomers discover orbiting supermassive black holes for first time in distant galaxy
10 Immigration Department lax on cyber security and vulnerable to attacks, experts say
11 Scientists make accidental breakthrough that could lead to drought-proof crops
12 Palm cockatoos drum a regular rhythm to catch a mate
13 Antarctica: Decline in biodiversity expected as climate change leads to growing ice-free areas
14 Scientists verify spider discovered by young citizen scientists not seen before in Victoria
15 Speeding fine data in WA vulnerable to hacking
16 Staff dining room to be used for clinical trials in backflip at new Royal Adelaide Hospital
17 Mouse plague: Bait sales soar as farmers grapple with population explosion
18 Mars rover replicas created by high school students in move to foster STEM interest
19 Foxes on Sydney's urban fringe pose challenges for landholders, ecosystems
20 Disrupting fruit fly's smell could save billions in crop damage, scientists say
21 Prince Harry says technology can be 'force for good' at Queen's Young Leaders awards
22 Personalised cancer treatment closer as WA sequencing facility opens
23 Tower of skulls unearthed under Mexico City sparks questions over Aztec human sacrifice
24 WA scientists use malaria chemicals to craft new herbicides
25 WA wildflower industry flourishes as natives come back into fashion
26 Queensland electric car 'super highway' announced, with 18 fast charging locations
27 Six Australian cold weather frogs and their weird mating calls
28 Molecule found in Titan's atmosphere may form cell-like membranes
29 The four ways distrust of science has infected political agendas
30 Technology to detect disease in human breath could be coming to your smartphone
31 Rise of the machines: How artificial intelligence will reshape our lives
32 Cyber attack: Ukrainian software company will face charges over security neglect, police suggest
33 Estonia's journey from backward Soviet state to one of world's most wired countries
34 Bee brain formula for seeing colours more effectively could be used in drones, robots
35 Seek advice from GP or psychologist 'rather than just Dr. Google' for a child's worrying behaviour
36 Dr. Karl: Did life begin on an 'invisible' mountain range?
37 Rise of the machines: Is a universal basic income the answer for mass unemployment?
38 The office narcissist: how to spot (and deal with) them
39 Driverless cars: university competition to build the fastest vehicle to drive itself
40 Asthma breakthrough: Antibiotic used to treat lung disease can reduce attacks, study finds
41 Milky Way's fast-moving galactic hypervelocity stars may have come from another galaxy
42 Deep-sea coral reef glow-in-the-dark secrets revealed in new research
43 Nanotechnology to protect astronauts from harmful radiation, and turn windows into mirrors
44 Scientists uncover Ancient Roman recipe for world's most durable concrete
45 How does Hobart fare in battle to be 'gateway to Antarctica'?
46 Facebook fights US gag order preventing it alerting users about warrants seeking their data
47 The Australian paleo diet: Which native animals should we be eating?
48 Whale migration brings drone attention and possible fines for photographers
49 Australian Paper looks towards diverting landfill to create power at Latrobe Valley mill
50 Call of elusive night parrot to be monitored by outback Queensland grazier
51 How young is too young to talk to kids about science? Never, says one quantum physicist
52 Pauline Hanson says drone investigation by Civil Aviation Safety Authority does not worry her
53 Rise of the machines: What jobs will survive as robots move into the workplace?
54 Meet the real culprits responsible for your nasty cold or flu symptoms
55 Bananas with boosted vitamin A developed in Queensland to save African lives
56 Queensland electric car 'super highway' announced, with 18 fast charging locations
57 Molecule found in Titan's atmosphere may form cell-like membranes
58 The four ways distrust of science has infected political agendas
59 Technology to detect disease in human breath could be coming to your smartphone
60 Philosopher David Chalmers on consciousness, the hard problem and the nature of reality
61 SIDS research links serotonin levels of babies with possible cause of sudden death
62 Mars soil is likely toxic to cells--does this mean humans won't be able to grow vegetables there?
63 Meteor's late night flash remains talk of small SA town after blaze of light seen
64 Tesla to supply world's biggest battery for SA, but what is it and how will it work?
65 Traffic camera system not compromised by software virus, so the fine is in the mail
66 Elon Musk's business achievements and future aspirations
67 'Fit bit for the brain' that tracks epileptic seizures potential game-changer, researchers say
68 Melbourne biotech company breeds flies to tackle world's waste problem
69 Arthritis: Does cold weather make it worse?
70 Humpback dolphins: Researchers track vulnerable species in Moreton Bay off Brisbane
71 'Gattaca' technology used in DNA hunt for 'extinct' Adelaide Hills platypus
72 Raijin is the supercomputer Australian researchers call on to crunch the numbers
73 Mackay study into topical antibiotics published in one of the world's best medical journals
74 Juno and the Great Red Spot: Buzzing Jupiter's mammoth storm
75 Why comparing technology to drugs is not simply a question of addiction
76 Australia's first battery 'gigafactory' considered for Darwin
77 Psychologists warn emotional impact of Cyclone Debbie is far from over, three months on
78 Tasmanian tiger: DNA sampling could determine if thylacines exist, lab researcher says
79 Cannabis: Can low doses of tetrahydrocannabinol help restore memory?
80 Goat breeding program sees Gippsland boers head to Nepal to sow their excellent genes
81 Dredging off Gold Coast driving migrating whales away, researchers and tourism operators say
82 School holiday drone camps are encouraging Darwin girls towards careers in STEM
83 Larsen C: Giant iceberg breaks away from ice shelf in Antarctica
84 Great Barrier Reef photos show 'striking' damage to coral after Cyclone Debbie
85 Space agency on the cards as Government announces review of Australia's capabilities
86 Fossil enthusiasts assist scientists to unearth ancient marine reptile in annual outback Queensland dig
87 Resume robot wars: How employees could match employers' use of tech in job applications
88 Juno and the Great Red Spot: First NASA images from fly-by of solar system's biggest storm
89 Australia 'freeloading' from other countries when it comes to satellite data, expert says
90 Psychology of internet trolls: They understand what hurts people but simply don't care
91 What was the Internet-Wide Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality and why is it a thing again?
92 Australia is crying out for its own space agency. Here are six reasons why
93 Power prices: App allowing consumers to 'trade' electricity usage for savings a possibility for Australia
94 Australia needs lean and efficient space agency, satellite developer says
95 Cane toad mating call remix found to draw females into 'tune traps'
96 Holographic healing concept spawned during 24-hour lockup of bright young minds
97 When is 'not a backdoor' just a backdoor? Australia's struggle with encryption
98 The Standard Model of particle physics is brilliant and completely flawed
99 CERN's new particle Xi-cc++ opens up physics mystery
100 New bacteria being developed for cheese may save industry $10 million a year, researchers say
101 Dozens of 'rare,' naturally preserved brains found in Spanish Civil War-era mass grave
102 Afghan girls robotics team arrives in US just in time after being twice denied visas
103 SheHacks event in Melbourne encouraging women into tech industry
104 Iran mourns death of eminent mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani
105 How your brain makes you feel what others are experiencing
106 Citizen scientists explore outback for undocumented species
107 Push to make Australia an 'innovation nation' drives technology and clever ideas
108 Great Barrier Reef: Fish exposed to oil make risky choices, study finds
109 Software agreement will support SA defense projects, State Government says
110 Plan to launch rockets in NT being 'seriously' considered, Chief Minister Michael Gunner says