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Biodiversity can rebound after bushfires, but recovery lags in severely burnt areas

Extreme fires drove biodiversity declines despite overall resilience after the 2019-2020 Black Summer bushfire season in NSW, a new study

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Bacteria ‘nanowires’ could help scientists develop green electronics

Engineered protein filaments originally produced by bacteria have been modified by scientists to conduct electricity.

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Replacing plastics with alternatives is worse for greenhouse gas emissions in most cases, study finds

Substituting plastics with alternative materials is likely to result in increased GHG emissions, according to

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Millions are at risk using high arsenic water for cooking

The use of water contaminated with higher than recommended levels of arsenic could pose a

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Electrification or hydrogen? Both have distinct roles in the European energy transition

A key step to achieving climate neutrality in the European Union is to rapidly shift

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Scientists from UNSW Sydney reveal biases in the field of coral reef research

Analysis of the literature revealed authors from countries with large coral reef systems, such as

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