A History of the World in 100 Objects – Access

For the first time in a major exhibition, the National Museum of Australia is offering a suite of special features for blind, vision and hearing-impaired visitors to the exhibition A History of the World in 100 Objects from the British Museum.

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Caffeine helping women ward off dementia?

Self-reported caffeine consumption of more than 261 mg per day was associated with a 36 percent reduction in the risk of incident dementia.

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Environmental sustainability and Singapore seafood

75% of the more than 40 species of seafood commonly consumed by Singaporean residents were obtained in a manner detrimental to environmental sustainability.

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One Win Leads to Another – more pluses from Rio 2016

One Win Leads to Another, organized by U.N. Women and the IOC, teenage girls talk with a psychologist about women’s rights, reproduction and sexual health.

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QPS in uniform at Brisbane Pride Festival

Queensland Police Service officers will proudly fly the rainbow flag and march in uniform for the second year at the Brisbane Pride Festival this weekend.

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Disability conference grants awarded

Australians with disability supported to attend conferences following $315,000 in Government funding under the National Disability Conference Initiative.

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Singapore scientists develop DNA altering technology

To alter DNA accurately will open more doors in the development of medicine that could help tackle human diseases currently with few treatment options.

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Factorials were someone's attempt to make math LOOK exciting.”
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