Super-resolution microscopy in detecting DNA double strand breaks.

New high-resolution microscopic technology has enabled researchers to make ground breaking discoveries about the role proteins have in homologous recombination.

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Contraception in Rohingya refugee camps.

The call to educate more Rohingya men and women on sexual and reproductive health in Rohingya refugee camps.

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3 Psychological Benefits that Come With Plant Parenting.

Indoor plants deliver more goodness than just great looks.

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Three Innovative Gardening Gadgets for Every Green-Thumb To-Be.

Tired of looking at droopy plants? Revitalise your garden with these futuristic devices.

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Fish microbial communities in the Amazon River Basin.

New research reveals that fish skin and gut microbiomes respond differently to species and habitat-specific factors.

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Social justice in Japan’s education system.

Schooling in Japan has become more inclusive due to the incorporation of diversity in teaching.

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Save the planet by investing in these sustainable alternatives to everyday essentials.

Don’t wait until it’s too late. Jump onto the sustainable living trend by purchasing these eco-friendly replacements right now.

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71 hours of lost sleep isn’t the only health effect of daylight savings.

An hour of sleep isn’t the only thing that daylight savings takes from us, with the time-change posing a threat to our health as well.

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8 most liveable suburbs that new home-buyers should consider.

If you’re looking for a home in Melbourne, here are eight suburbs that you could fall in love with.

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Health information systems and China’s COVID-19 response.

Digital databases used to collect important health information are crucial in China’s fight against infectious diseases, but such systems don’t exist without flaws.

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5 of the best lactose-free alternatives and where to find them.

The top lactose-free products that you should buy that taste just like their original.

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5 altruistic Melbourne cafes that need your help.

Supporting those that are most in need can be as simple as purchasing a cup of coffee.

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You must try these 5 vegan alternatives to your traditional Christmas meals this festive season.

Cater for all your family’s eating needs by serving this vegan menu this Christmas.

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5 ways to celebrate Christmas this season while on a shoestring budget.

Don’t let your tight finances ruin your Christmas spirit.

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Meet Theo Patsiotis – The man that built Blu Fish and Chippery into the Melbourne landmark it is today.

Learn how entrepreneur Theodore Patsiotis turned knowledge and passion into successful seafood restaurant, Blu by Australian Seafood Group.

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How to get your spook on this Halloween while social distancing.

While trick or treating might be a thing of the past this year, Halloween shouldn’t be cancelled just yet.

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Fashion in the front yard: A guide to 2020s Spring Racing attire.

Despite COVID-19 taking away from the Spring Racing Carnival’s thunder, there’s still no harm in dreaming about what we could have worn to this year’s Spring Racing Carnival.

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Cruelty-free make-up brushes that you need to invest in.

Think that your make-up collection is cruelty-free? Think again.

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Parkville clinic: Adding colour to mental health support.

FEATURE| There’s something about four white walls and closed-up spaces that makes reaching out to mental health professionals a little daunting.

As featured in Rabelais magazine

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Hands-on courses suffer online.

With tertiary education now delivered online due to COVID-19, three students studying practical courses recount the difficulties that come with learning hands-on subjects virtually.

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Breaking the bank: why having a food intolerance proves costly.

The financial burden that comes with specialised diets and what can be done to lower the cost.

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Pole dancing towards positivity.

Going beyond the stereotypes, three talented women tell upstart what pole dancing is truly about.

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Rebuilding Melbourne’s Canine Culture.

“Wine lovers, dog lovers, food lovers, music lovers, it is such a good event combined into one, you can just relax, see some nice vines, it’s beautiful” -Natalie Smith

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Re-homing hounds: Melbourne’s greyhound cafe.

The GAP cafe in inner-city Melbourne lures potential greyhound owners with ‘puppachinos’ and homeless hound profiles.

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An imaginative leap between fiction and fact: Sarah Waters and The Paying Guests.

British novelist Sarah Waters took us back in time from the minute she started reading from her hit novel The Paying Guests.

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It’s more than just a story


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