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10BQ – Changing climate

BIG Question: Why does climate change? Earth’s climate has always been dynamic and changeable.
Increased global temperatures, altering sea levels and precipitation patterns.
The impacts of global warming will not be the same everywhere. To find out more go to: the latest ‘Can you Believe it?‘ article in The Advertiser.

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10BQ – Biggest Bang of All

The scale of the universe is mind-boggling. Our galaxy, the Milky Way, contains about 100 billion (thousand-million) stars.
As you contemplate the 100 billion galaxies, containing 100 billion stars, think about how many habitable Earth-like planets there may be out there.
A bit more on the Big Bang theory, look into The […]

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10BQ – Pray we can predict it

The University of Adelaide is one of the best places to answer the question “How does the Earth work?”. From global sea level rise and the motion of the tectonic plates, to the recent earthquakes in New Zealand and Japan, this question is even more pertinent today. Learn more […]

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10BQ – How do we unravel the causes of diseases?

Find out about some of the interesting research University of Adelaide scientists undertake to answer this question. ‘The Flip side to antibiotics‘ by Thomas Tu explores our current research into different ways of combatting disease with “bugs” becoming more and more resistant to antibiotics.

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