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- Send in the robots!
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- Quantity over quoll-ity: Endangered northern quoll males value sex more than sleep, with deadly consequences
- Space collision avoided by only about 6 metres
- Surprisingly, hybrid animals might be more resilient to climate change
- More evidence that concussions might be associated with worse brain function in old age
- Green hydrogen produced with near 100% efficiency using seawater
- Will Steffen: Climate change pioneer and researcher has died
- Forget red meat, red seaweed might be the vital food needed on our plates
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