The colour of your child’s sports uniform could be the reason they’re getting injured

Posted August 14, 2019 07:55:09 Photo: Researchers say it is not yet clear what impact the findings will have upon professional players. (AAP: Sean Davey) Dark-coloured sports jerseys could lead to poor performance, increased rates of injury, and even jeopardise the careers of young rugby league players, researchers say after a surprising discovery among junior […]

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Work on potential HIV vaccine to accelerate thanks to new cutting-edge Western University facility

By combining imaging equipment within a high-level containment building, a new research facility in London will allow researchers to investigate infectious pathogens, including HIV.The Imaging Pathogens for Knowledge Translation facility (ImPaKT) officially opened at Western University on Monday.Story continues below “I’ve been in facilities like this around the world,” said Western professor and HIV researcher […]

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Is meeting Australia’s Paris Agreement emission targets as easy as Scott Morrison says?

Addressing climate change has dominated the prime minister’s agenda this week with a series of announcements revolving around reducing Australia’s emissions. The flurry of announcements is a sign the Coalition has realised the issue is top of mind for voters and traditionally-conservative voters are despairing at the government’s lack of action on climate change. As […]

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