Is Space About To Experience A Design Renaissance?

The industry is once again focusing on science, and exhibiting the lightness and nimbleness that were lost during the Space Shuttle years

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How Do I Avoid Bias In My Data Science Work?

The danger of bias hasn’t been given enough consideration in Data Science. Bias is anything that would cause us to skew our conclusions and not treat results and evidence objectively. Bias is somet…

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An Examination of the Medicinal Potential of Pittosporum phylliraeoides: Toxicity, Antibacterial and Antifungal Activities

Pittosporum phylliraeoides is an endemic Australian plant historically used as a medicinal agent by indigenous Australians. P. phylliraeoides solvent extracts were tested for antibacterial and antifungal activities and toxicity in vitro. 

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CSIRO chief calls for better ”bang for buck” on scientific investment

Australia currently ranks 81st in the world in innovation efficiency – the return gained on investment in scientific research.

CSIRO chief executive Larry Marshall. Photo: Supplied
“If that was a team sport ranking we would be outraged,” Dr Marshall said. “We’re an incredibly inventive nation and we are capable of doing so much better.”

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