Scientists at the Australian National University have invented an ultra-thin device that can turn invisible light visible and change its colour, which they say has the potential to help boost Internet speeds.
The head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre, Alastair MacGibbon, says it is impossible to say where the breach of systems at the Australian National University originated.
An international study on cyanobacteria, one of the largest group of bacteria that have survived for more than 2.5 billion years on Earth, may help improve the prospects of making Mars a place which humans can colonise.
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Just sell the whole thing to Telstra already. It can't get any worse.
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