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Researchers have solved the missing piece of a 350-year-old puzzle of how the pointed body parts of many animals grow to form their shape - including teeth, horns, claws, beaks, animal shells and even the thorns and prickles of plants.
A new black hole breaks the record –– not for being the smallest or the biggest –– but for being right in the middle.
Nigel Abello is passionate about science, entrepreneurship, mental health, exercise and adventure. He is a First-Class Honours Graduate for the inaugural cohort for the Bachelor of Science Advanced Global Challenges in 2017.
Congratulations to Fernando Gordillo Altamirano, a PhD candidate in the School of Biological Sciences, who has won the Victorian International Education Award (VIE) for Student of the Year in the Research category.
The Large Hadron Collider beauty (LHCb) experiment at CERN has announced new results which, if confirmed, challenges the Standard Model of particle physics.