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Publicly released: Thu 13 Jun 2019 at 2300 AEST | Fri 14 Jun 2019 at 0100 NZST
Spending at least two hours a week in natural environments such as forests or fields may make you healthier and happier, according to an English study. The self-reported survey of 20, 000 people showed the benefits were seen in participants of all Read more about Just 2 hours of 'forest bathing' weekly may make you happier and healthier - ScimexInternationalEuropean Centre for Environment and Human Health, UK
Publicly released: Thu 13 Jun 2019 at 2200 AEST | Fri 14 Jun 2019 at 0000 NZST
A new study counters 30 years of research suggesting a potential association between the contraceptive injection and the risk of acquiring HIV. International researchers conducted the first randomised trial in southern Africa, comparing the Read more about Contraceptive injection doesn't increase HIV risk as thought - ScimexInternational
Publicly released: Thu 13 Jun 2019 at 1413 AEST | 1613 NZST
The Adani mine has been given the final go ahead by the Queensland Government. With this approval, the group has permission to begin the building of their controversial mine site in the north of the Galilee Basin in Central Queensland. Attachments:. Read more about EXPERT REACTION: Adani mine gets the final green light - ScimexAustralia; QLDFlinders University|RMIT University|Griffith University...
Publicly released: Thu 13 Jun 2019 at 1240 AEST | 1440 NZST
Journal of Systematic Palaeontology
Fossils of a giant new species from the long-extinct group of sea creatures called trilobites have been found on Kangaroo Island, South Australia. The finding is adding important insights to our knowledge of the Cambrian ‘explosion’, the Read more about New ‘king’ of fossils discovered on Kangaroo Island - ScimexAustralia; SAThe University of Adelaide
Publicly released: Thu 13 Jun 2019 at 1153 AEST | 1353 NZST
The asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter preserves the processes of planetary formation, frozen in time. Vesta, the second largest asteroid in this belt, provides an outstanding opportunity for scientists to investigate the origin and formation of Read more about Asteroid Vesta originates from a cosmic 'hit-and-run' collision - ScimexAustralia; NSWMacquarie University
Publicly released: Thu 13 Jun 2019 at 1112 AEST | 1312 NZST
The glittering Gold Coast is internationally famous for sun, surf and fun but there is much more to Australia's largest non-capital city. While all of those pleasures still await visitors, the 'Goldie' is also one of the country's cultural and Read more about Gold Coast shines as creative hotspot for national QUT study - ScimexAustralia; QLDQueensland University of Technology (QUT)
Publicly released: Thu 13 Jun 2019 at 1110 AEST | 1310 NZST
Queensland Museum scientists have described a new species of skink found in a small pocket of land in North Queensland. Found in the remote Olkola National Park in north Queensland, the skink (Lerista) was discovered by consultants working with Read more about New species of skink found in remote North Queensland - ScimexAustralia; QLDQueensland Museum
Publicly released: Thu 13 Jun 2019 at 1030 AEST | 1230 NZST
As Australian cities heat up, the need for local governments and planning practices to address rising temperatures and the resulting urban heat island effect (UHI), is being assisted by an innovative, online UHI mitigation decision-support tool, Read more about New urban development decision-support tool takes on the heat - ScimexAustraliaCRC for Low Carbon Living
Publicly released: Thu 13 Jun 2019 at 0906 AEST | 1106 NZST
Orthodontics and Craniofacial Research
Research undertaken at the University of Adelaide overturns the belief that turning your crooked teeth into a beautiful smile will automatically boost your self-confidence. Media Release. From:The University of Adelaide. Research undertaken at the Read more about Braces won’t always bring happiness - ScimexAustralia; SAThe University of Adelaide
Publicly released: Thu 13 Jun 2019 at 0830 AEST | 1030 NZST
Upping your red meat intake, particularly processed red meat, may be leading you closer to the grave, according to US and Chinese researchers who found an association between the two. However, the team suggests cutting down your red meat intake and Read more about EXPERT REACTION: Stepping-up your red meat intake could be a step closer to the grave - ScimexAustralia; QLDGriffith University|The University of Queensland|University of South Australia...
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