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No go at Gogo

No go at Gogo

March 15, 2018

Environmentalists have published a scientific statement against an irrigation proposal at Gogo Station, 11km south of Fitzroy Crossing in the Kimberley, claiming the proposal would cause catastrophic damag...

Global warming sending reefs deeper and fish further

Global warming sending reefs deeper and fish further

October 23, 2017

Due to global warming, rising water temperatures are having dramatic effects on the ecology of coral reefs, recent studies have shown. One study shows that as waters warm, fish are able to extend their...

Mobile kitchen pops up at ECU

Mobile kitchen pops up at ECU

October 22, 2017

For several weeks, the presence of a large vehicle in the car park has puzzled students at Edith Cowan University in Mt Lawley. ECU Daily saw this as an opportunity to investigate and educate. Kristy...

Government linking our data

Government linking our data

October 22, 2017

The State Government may soon have more detailed profiles on each West Australian following a study posted last week about the data linkage capabilities of the state, and the potential to create detailed...

Want to control your dreams?

Want to control your dreams?

October 22, 2017

If you dream often, I’m sure you've wanted to control your dreams. What if there was a way for you to control what you dream about? A new study from the University of Adelaide now says you can. The...

Fright or flight?

Fright or flight?

October 22, 2017

The odds of a person being in a plane crash are extremely low, 1 in 29.4 million to be exact, at least that's according to statisticbrain.com. Despite these odds, 1 in 5 people experience a fear of flying. Pteromerhanopho...

Clean hands for clean health

Clean hands for clean health

October 22, 2017

Look around you. Some of the people you see probably don’t wash their hands often enough.  The most common side effect of this is the increased risk of catching gastro or the flu, among many others. ...

The silent tragedy of SIDS

The silent tragedy of SIDS

October 16, 2017

Amber Campbell was 20 when she gave birth to her daughter, Jacinta Joyce “JJ” Franks. JJ was born in Bunbury on 5 May 2017. She was a healthy weight at 6 pounds and 8oz, and was instantly adored...

Cancer rates accumulating over generations

Cancer rates accumulating over generations

October 16, 2017

New research from the University of Adelaide has suggested that the higher rates of cancer seen in developed countries are a result of relaxed natural selection. After cardiovascular diseases, cancer...

The melting of mud

The melting of mud

October 16, 2017

Mud in the earth's mantle is melting, according to researchers from geology department at Curtin, who teamed up with universities from South Africa, the United Kingdom and UWA. Research into the mud,...

Noodle science combating Diabetes

Noodle science combating Diabetes

October 16, 2017

The complex science of the noodle is being studied at Curtin University, in hopes to find the superior method of production. The study aims to find a way to add protein to the wheat crop before it grows,...

Bananas protect against strokes

Bananas protect against strokes

October 16, 2017

New research by the University of Alabama has shown that the potassium in bananas could play a part in preventing heart attacks and strokes. An article published on 5 October in the peer-review journal...

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