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17 May 2016
When you’re at your local multicultural festival, wandering from the falafel stand to the noodle stall, are you undergoing a shift in your fundamental mindset?
19 Mar 2016
It's hard to imagine that anyone could have difficulty reading the emotions behind these dolls' faces.
When patients meet Professor Mitchell, it's “probably at one of the worst times in their lives.”
For Dr Pierre Portal, the tools of his trade are “a pen, paper and a whiteboard” combined with “a lot of staring out the window.”
18 Mar 2016
“I create artificial stars with lasers.”
10 Mar 2016
Dr Maja Adamska is flipping through a textbook, and stops to show a photo of what looks like a lumpy blob.
“Before you go travelling next time, make sure you come to me for some tips.”
5 Mar 2016
Professor Gordon Lister is a tectonicist and structural geologist. In other words, a rock-whisperer.
18 Feb 2016
Tony Irwin is your go-to guy for nuclear reactors and the nuclear fuel cycle.
16 Dec 2015
A passion for turning physics experiments into practical technology that benefits the poorest people in the world has earned Professor Chennupati Jagadish a prestigious fellowship of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) in the United States.
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