Contents Science 2012

Stories of Australian Science 2012

Hidden art brought to light
  The Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science

Neutrons revealing new battery technology and stopping train derailments

Stories of Australian Astronomy 2012 A new era for Australian astronomy

The smallest devices transform science and art

Bionic eye researchers take a shine to diamond Bionics: from hearing to sight to calming an epileptic storm

Bushfire shelters, an anti-bingle radar, and printable solar cells

The CMOS chip at the heart of ROACH. Credit: Luan Ismahil, NICTA
Revolutionised polymer production bears first fruit New materials for clean energy and more efficient oils, and more

Something borrowed, something new




Looking into our cells

For Women in Science

One unlucky letter causes an infant epilepsy
   Light fast-tracking Australian science


The Higgs and high energy physics down under

Higgs Boson: the Australian connection
037_google_hybrid_with_occ_ Better data, better research


Making use of our energy



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