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Soft landing for backyard favourite

Trampolines with no springs or hard edges are much safer for children, a team of researchers has found Non-traditional soft-edge trampoline design can reduce injuries by 30 to 80 per cent, according to a new study led by play equipment ...

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Supersize takes on the skinny brigade

Research coming from the nation that introduced fast food to the world, saying it’s better to be fat than thin, has reignited the weight war. Antonia Maiolo reports An Australian scientist has criticised as “confusing” a US study that found ...

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SPIN doctor

Spintronics is one of the newest branches of science – a multi-disciplinary field combining materials science, engineering and microscopy – offering “spectacular” potential for computer processors and data storage. The ideas discussed during the Worldwide Universities Network Spintronics Consortium could ...

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Mother’s milk study sparks debate

Supporters of breastfeeding are worried that recent research into nut allergies may harm what they say is essential nutrition for young babies.  Midwifery experts are challenging research by the Australian National University that found exclusively breastfed babies had a higher ...

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Marijuana linked to premature births

People have been urged to stop smoking marijuana with new research saying that women who use the drug can more than double the risk of giving birth to a baby prematurely. The large international study led by University of Adelaide ...

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Team outlines Antarctic threats

Climate change and the need for natural resources are two big threats to the frozen south, say international researchers. Experts from around the globe, led by Monash University's Professor Steven Chown, have set out the current and future conservation challenges ...

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