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Chemists have manipulated the growth of crystals to build beautiful nanoflowers that are impossibly small.
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These Aussie scientists are on the front lines of the battle against malaria in the Solomons.
Veteran Antarctica researcher Dr Grahame Budd returns to document changes in the landscape.
Researchers capture mosquitoes in the Solomon Islands to study malaria, one of the world's big killers.
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Learn about the many types of galaxies, and see some of the loveliest images ever taken of these cosmic wonders.
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Is the Reef's heritage status at risk because of Australia's guardianship? Dr Chris McGrath wonders.
The reason giant female moa birds towered over diminutive males may be simpler than experts thought.
A cache of fossilised dinosaur embryos found in China sheds light on how the prehistoric giants developed.
Australian scientists produce a draft of the koala genome, which they say will help to conserve the iconic native.
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Posted on 18 May 2013
Photographers hit the beach in search of hippos in the surf for a new documentary, Africa: Eye to Eye with the Unknown.
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