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Natalie Barr: David Koch reveals why co-host was missing from Sunrise on Monday

David Koch has revealed why his Sunrise co-host Natalie Barr did not return to the program after a short break in Perth. Kylie Gillies filled in to present the Channel Seven breakfast show last week, with viewers expecting Barr, 54, to return to their screens on Monday. But Monique Wright presented the show with Kochie …

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CSIRO program helps businesses boost R&D knowledge in advanced manufacturing

Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, is boosting Australia’s advanced manufacturing capability by providing free research and development (R&D) support to businesses to help them develop new products or services. Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) working on new advanced manufacturing solutions can sign up to the free, 10-week online Innovate to Grow program, to support …

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Smaller, stronger magnets could improve devices that harness fusion power of sun and stars

Researchers at the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) have found a way to build powerful magnets smaller than before, aiding the design and construction of machines that could help the world harness the power of the sun to create electricity. without producing greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change. The …

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Apple Now Makes the Last Smartphone With This Feature

The great “iPhone vs. Android” debate could very well rage on forever, with neither side claiming total victory. There are pros and cons to both platforms, as well as the companies that make the hardware and software. However, there is one feature Apple can claim exclusivity over, now that its only competitor has dropped out …

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Why Almost All of Your Instagram Videos Are Becoming Reels

If you haven’t noticed, Instagram is pushing Reels — its in-app TikTok clone — very hard. Since Reels rolled out in 2020, the Meta-owned picture-sharing app has been all but begging people to use the feature (and not just repost their own TikToks there). Whether or not you’ve actually created any Reels, you soon won’t …

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Chunk from the Goonies, Jeff Cohen, unrecognizable now

It’s been more than 35 years since The Goonies was released and some of its cast members look completely unrecognizable now. In particular, the scene-stealing truffle-shuffling Chunk, played by the well-to-do Jeff Cohen – who’s not the former chubby self that he once was, The Sun reports. The 48-year-old claims he ditched acting because he …

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China’s Mars orbiter snaps striking shot of moon Phobos

China’s Tianwen 1 Mars orbiter has returned a stunning image of the Martian moon Phobos to mark the second anniversary of the mission’s launch. Tianwen 1 captured the photo with its high-resolution camera, the same instrument used to image the landing area for the mission’s Zhurong rover. At the time, the Mars The orbiter was …

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Defect dynamics at the buried interface revealed by photoemission electron microscopy

3/SrTiO3 interface. Credit: Compuscript Ltd” width=”800″ height=”530″/> Figure 1. Threshold PEEM imaging of the 2DEG at LaAlO3/SrTiO3 interface. Credit: Compuscript Ltd In recent years, LaAlO3/SrTiO3 interface is found to be an ideal host for two-dimensional electron gas (2DEG). Such heterostructures have attracted extensive interests in recent years due to their various fascinating properties such as …

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