Research

Kenyan cave sheds new light on dawn of modern man

Forty-eight thousand year-old crayons and shell beads were among a treasure trove of items unearthed by archaeologists at a cave in Kenya.

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Dr Ceri Shipton and team working in Kenya

Research focus: Larissa Schneider on the history of mercury in the Australian environment

An environmental scientist by training, Larissa pursued her PhD in environmental chemistry researching the environmental effects of metals released into the environment by coal-fired power stations

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Dr Larissa Schneider

India’s PM vows to overcome waste to promote growth

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has underlined his goal to achieve a “clean India” by October 2019 in order to help his country grow into an economic superpower.

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Unearthing the survival politics of South Korean organic farming

Yonjae Paik has unearthed the remarkable history of how organic farming became a social movement in South Korea.

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Solving ground water contamination with community science in Inner Mongolia

Dr Uchralt led a unique community science project bringing together water scientists and herders in Inner Mongolia as citizen scientists and discover a cheap, low-tech solution to the problem of gr

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Uchralt with some lamb bone char used for filtering the ground water

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