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Queensland puts up $0.5m for biotech and ICT

Queensland puts up $0.5m for biotech and ICT

Half a million dollars is on offer to Queensland 'smart' companies to help them develop and expand their export opportunities.Innovation Minister Paul Lucas today announced that the International ... More...

Accelerated growth of India's biotech sector

India's biotechnology industry is projected to show substantial growth in the future, even outsmarting the currently robust IT industry, reports the Asia Times. Quoting from a paper released by the As... More...

New genetic study reveals six-legged secrets

Not all insects evolved from a common ancestor as has long been believed, a surprising new genetics study suggests.At least one group of primitive wingless hexapods – six-legged animals – known as... More...

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