1 hr ago
Play your way to work with interactive games
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5 hrs ago
New Japanese Protozoal Patent for BioDiem Ltd.'s BDM-I
Staying up-to-date has never been simpler. Sign up for the free GenePool newsletter today! Melbourne, 22 May 2013: Australian infectious disease therapy and vaccine development company BioDiem Ltd has today announced the allowance of another Japanese patent for its novel antimicrobial compound, BDM-I. The patent covers use of BDM-I for treatment of ... (more)
10 hrs ago
World's oldest bodybuilder: Pumping iron, the 83-year-old body...
At the ripe old age of 83 you could be forgiven for putting your feet up, sitting back and enjoying retirement.
17 hrs ago
15 DRAMATIC moments captured on lens
Stunt expert Leigh-Anne Vizer is held by a 4.5 metre King Kong hand 300 metres above the city of Melbourne during a 'King Kong' production photo call at Eureka Skydeck in Melbourne, Australia.
Tue May 21, 2013
Catholic World News
Australian archbishop admits predecessors covered up abuse
Archbishop Denis Hart of Melbourne, Australia, has admitted that Church leaders in the past did not respond adequately to sex-abuse complaints.
Bringing coffee from Melbourne to Menzies: the ultimate tree change
Can you imagine taking off to live in a remote outreach 3000km away? Ann Sheehan explains how the red dirt 'got in their veins'. It was meant to be a six month sabbatical, but six years and 3000km later the Sheehan-Lee family is happier than ever.
Challenges Encountered In Surgical Management Of Spine Trauma In Morbidly Obese Patients
Physicians at Monash University and The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, Australia describe the logistic, medical, and societal challenges faced in treating spine trauma in morbidly obese patients.
CRC-ACS wins Cooperative Research Center Assn.'s Star Award
Australia-based Cooperative Research Centre for Advanced Composite Structures was recognized for its role in building international markets for Australian small to medium enterprises in an May 16 awards ceremony.
Mon May 20, 2013
Type 1 Diabetes May Be Reversible With Immune Suppressor Protein
A professor in Melbourne, Australia, who is on a mission to find a cure for type 1 diabetes, believes that the answer, or part of it, lies with an immune suppressor protein called CD52.
Visual Magnetics to Support Conect Enterprises at Visual Impact Melbourne 2013
Visual Magnetics will be supporting Conect Enterprises Pty. Ltd. at Visual Impact Melbourne 2013.
Faith Hill rules herself out of the X Factor judging panel
Faith Hill performs live on stage at Rod Laver Arena on March 20, 2012 in Melbourne, Australia.
Examination of mid-intervention mediating effects on objectively...
The optimal targets and strategies for effectively reducing sedentary behavior among young people are unknown.
Sun May 19, 2013
The Toronto Star
Judith Shamian elected as president of International Council of Nurses
Judith Shamian said she's been given a dream opportunity to influence to health of people and nursing, after being elected president of the International Council of Nurses.
Dogs and Cats in the Home: Happiness for All?
'Dogs and Cats in the Home: Happiness for All?' was a Finalist in the inaugural ScienceSeeker Awards * in the category Best Post About Peer-reviewed Research .
Fri May 17, 2013
Brooklyn Electronic Dance Round Up: MAY 17-19
There's another incredible weekend of dancing and relaxation ahead of us here. I've said it before and i'll emphasize it again, lineups keep getting stronger and more enticing.
Thu May 16, 2013
The Seekers singer Durham suffers brain hemorrhage
In this Nov. 9, 2011 photo provided by Dianna O'Neill Publicity, Judith Durham poses for a portrait at a Melbourne hotel, Australia.
Wed May 15, 2013
O'Sullivan vies for Racing Victoria award
O'Sullivan is a monthly nominee vying for the Fred Hoysted Medal. He was nominated in January for his achievements with British General and Tuscan Fire.
No idle chatter: Study finds malaria parasites 'talk' to each other
Professor Alan Cowman and Dr. Neta Regev-Rudzki from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute in Melbourne, Australia, have made the surprise discovery that malaria parasites can 'talk' to each... Melbourne scientists have made the surprise discovery that malaria parasites can 'talk' to each other - a social behaviour to ensure the parasite's survival ... (more)
Man Dead 40 Minutes - Revived By New Device
Melbourne, Australia - A new CPR technique in Australia is getting attention from the U.S. medical community.
Tue May 14, 2013
South Yarra Residence by Carr Design Group
South Yarra Residence is a minimalist house located in Melbourne, Australia, designed by Carr Design Group.