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From nuclear to knowledge – finalists announced for the 2015 KCA Research Commercialisation Awards

Cutting edge nuclear software; 1,000 terabyte DVD technology; a $US75 million up-front payment for biotech start-up; reducing red tape management systems; and open access libraries online are finalists for this year’s Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia (KCA) Awards. 955 more words

Innovation

An Australian Professor Grew An Ear On His Arm And Plans To Hook It Up to Wifi so Everyone Can Hear Him.

The bottom line to this guy is that you have to be suuuper cocky to believe that ANY ONE wants to listen you you blabble 24/7 over the internet and through your wonky gross arm ear all all things. 344 more words

Homosexual, Transgender, Cyborg: The Political Left Are Ruining Society By Promoting One Crazy Idea At A Time

This is the “progressive” journey of the leftist destruction of society and like most of their dangerous ideas, it begins in university.

Coming in at number eight on the list of important news stories on the tax payer funded ABC is this joke about a man who had an antenna surgical attached to his skull so he could identify as a cyborg and speak at universities…seriously. 753 more words

Culture

My Favourite Looks from STYLEAID GOGO! Style reigns supreme!

As you know if you follow my musings here, I love fashion in all its iterations and  at STYLEAID last Friday I once again was witness to some of the best fashion that WA has to offer! 264 more words

Fashion

The Winter Rabble that Was

GeoRabble once again proved that interesting stories can come from anywhere and it isn’t all about maps and GIS. The 13th instalment of GeoRabble came on a cold, wet night yet for the over 80 strong crowd they were entertained and amazed by a handful of interesting speakers. 517 more words

GeoRabble