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Bluegrass virtuosity from... New Jersey?

26 November 2014

Dazzling songs in three different keys, passing the lead back and forth from fiddle to banjo to guitar.

Nature. Beauty. Gratitude.

23 November 2014

Stunning time-lapse photography, accompanied by powerful words from Benedictine monk Brother David Steindl-Rast, serves as a meditation on being grateful for every day.

Robots sow seeds of farming future

16 November 2014

A recent event called Go, Sow, Grow challenged robotics teams to design and build robots for the Aussie farm.

Eye myths: what does (and doesn't) affect your vision

13 November 2014

No-one wants to damage their eyesight. So what eye myths do you need to take heed of, and which can you ignore.

Green tree frog pulls off great snake escape, far north Queensland snake catcher says.

8 November 2014

A green tree frog has pulled off a great snake escape in far north Queensland, with a zoologist saying the amphibian was regurgitated alive.

Whisky waste could be the fuel of the future.

5 November 2014

An innovative start-up company is exploring the possibility of using the by-products of whisky as a next generation biofuel.

Movember 2014

2 November 2014

The theme of Movember this year is “Made in Movember” which focuses on men and women of action, coming together to support a common cause - men's health.

Shed TV – November 2014

2 November 2014

Check out what’s new on the Shed Online this November. We’re continuing our focus on how to ‘have the conversation’ about anxiety and depression. We’ve also got a few new activities, as well as a ‘BYO mate’ to the Shed Online competition.

Male-pattern baldness

27 October 2014

Male-pattern baldness is the most common type of hair loss. For a few men, this process starts as early as the late teens. By the age of 60, most men have some degree of hair loss. The first stage of male-pattern baldness is a receding hairline.

Campfire chat a chance for social bonding

24 October 2014

Sitting around a campfire at night enables social bonding that rarely occurs during daylight, say researchers.

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