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In Issue 22 Dr Deanna D'Alessandra, Dr Peter Southon and Dr Tamara Church, talk more about capturing and converting carbon dioxide; we look at the transformation of our undergraduate teaching labs on Levels 4 and 5; A/Prof. Ron Clarke reflects on the day Sydney experienced its hottest ever recorded temperature and what it means to endotherms; the Australian Academy of Science recognises two of our academics and much more. Please visit here.
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