George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, delivered his autumn mini-budget to MPs and unveiled official figures which revealed that the economy is growing twice as fast as forecasted just nine months ago.
He announced a package of modest tax cuts to boost small businesses and offered help to households by freezing petrol duty until 2015.
The nerves in the stomach demonstration as a circadian clock - a biochemical system that sways with a time of 24 hours - constraining sustenance admission to particular times of the day, as per another study.
The Australian study demonstrates that gastric veins afferents seem to go about as a circadian clock, restricting sustenance admission to particular times of the day.
A pen-like gadget advanced at the University of Wollongong (UoW) will permit surgeons to outline customised embeds on location and around then of surgery.
Australian researchers have improved a greetings tech handheld biopen that can empower surgeons to draw new bone material onto genuinely harmed individuals.
Queensland Energy Resources (QER) says when it shuts down its shale oil pilot plant at Yarwun next year, 50 jobs are expected to be lost.
Some of the workers who will lose their jobs at the shale oil project will be hired by a company which is building a waste lube oil recycling plant near Gladstone.
Showing a sign that low interest rates are gradually working, Australian housing construction activity has extended in a row for two months, for the first time since 2010.
Recently, the ChemCam laser instrument abroad NASA's Curiosity rover fired its 100,000th shot. ChemCam fires a short laser that vaporizes rock and dust of the planet Mars. It can also determine the composition of rocks and holds a camera that can study the Martian landscape.
According to a latest report, in a three-day conference on laser applications and nano science had begun on Thursday in which more than 100 scientists from universities and research institutions in India and Germany are taking part.
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