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Science, warts and all, on show in Hobart

Rough edges reveal the true value of science. [18 February 2014 | Peter Boyer] For a good part of last week I was holed up in a Hobart conference centre with a few hundred scientists taking a hard look at … Continue reading

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The price we’re paying for a budget surplus

The federal government’s determination to keep its budget in the black is a serious threat to Tasmanian-based climate science. [30 October 2012 | Peter Boyer] In Italy they’ve starting jailing scientists who make mistakes. Six Italian scientists got six-year sentences … Continue reading

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Anticipating the impact of rising seas: a Tasmanian success story

Sea levels are likely to rise by around a metre by the end of this century. A Tasmanian mapping project is set to provide timely information for authorities and landowners around Australia’s 50,000 km of coastline. [30 June 2009 | Peter … Continue reading

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