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  • Spider Venom May Prevent Damage Caused by Strokes

    Spider Venom May Prevent Damage Caused by Strokes

    Researchers from the University of Queensland and Monash University, have discovered a protein found in the venom of Australia's deadly funnel-web spider that may prevent the human brain from the devastating damage which may occur as a result of a stroke.

  • New Climate Change Culprits Discovered

    New Climate Change Culprits Discovered

    Scientists have discovered two new clusters of microorganisms contributing to climate change, the second major breakthrough in 12 months towards mapping the tree of life.

  • Spend Time With Nature to Shun Depression

    Spend Time With Nature to Shun Depression

    A 30-minute walk in the woods each week can help reduce depression and high blood pressure while enhancing mental health, a study at the University of Queensland has found.

  • 'No Evidence' 43 Mexico Students Incinerated: Independent Probe

    'No Evidence' 43 Mexico Students Incinerated: Independent Probe

    An independent probe into the disappearance of 43 Mexican students concluded on Sunday that they could not have been incinerated in a landfill, refuting the government's official investigation.

  • Is Time Travel a Possibility Now?

    Is Time Travel a Possibility Now?

    Australian researchers have used photons - single particles of light - to simulate quantum particles travelling through time.

  • Maths Formulas Could Find Missing MH370: Report

    Maths Formulas Could Find Missing MH370: Report

    A series of complex mathematical formulas which were used to find the wreckage of Air France Flight 447 in 2011 could be used to solve the mystery of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, Australian academics said on Tuesday.

  • Texting while walking can affect balance and posture

    Texting while walking can affect balance and posture

    Researchers from the University of Queensland studied the effect of mobile phone use on body movement while walking.

'University Of Queensland' - 7 News Result(s)

  • Spider Venom May Prevent Damage Caused by Strokes

    Spider Venom May Prevent Damage Caused by Strokes

    Researchers from the University of Queensland and Monash University, have discovered a protein found in the venom of Australia's deadly funnel-web spider that may prevent the human brain from the devastating damage which may occur as a result of a stroke.

  • New Climate Change Culprits Discovered

    New Climate Change Culprits Discovered

    Scientists have discovered two new clusters of microorganisms contributing to climate change, the second major breakthrough in 12 months towards mapping the tree of life.

  • Spend Time With Nature to Shun Depression

    Spend Time With Nature to Shun Depression

    A 30-minute walk in the woods each week can help reduce depression and high blood pressure while enhancing mental health, a study at the University of Queensland has found.

  • 'No Evidence' 43 Mexico Students Incinerated: Independent Probe

    'No Evidence' 43 Mexico Students Incinerated: Independent Probe

    An independent probe into the disappearance of 43 Mexican students concluded on Sunday that they could not have been incinerated in a landfill, refuting the government's official investigation.

  • Is Time Travel a Possibility Now?

    Is Time Travel a Possibility Now?

    Australian researchers have used photons - single particles of light - to simulate quantum particles travelling through time.

  • Maths Formulas Could Find Missing MH370: Report

    Maths Formulas Could Find Missing MH370: Report

    A series of complex mathematical formulas which were used to find the wreckage of Air France Flight 447 in 2011 could be used to solve the mystery of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, Australian academics said on Tuesday.

  • Texting while walking can affect balance and posture

    Texting while walking can affect balance and posture

    Researchers from the University of Queensland studied the effect of mobile phone use on body movement while walking.

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