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The first major image quality improvements in the history of a widely used century-old printing technique to transform 2-D images into 3-D have been enabled by research at Curtin University This is an anaglyph 3-D image of a joey used in research experiments at Curtin University enabling improvements in the widely used 2-D-to-3-D printing process.
AS the atmospheric conditions brewed perfectly outside Oklahoma City earlier this week to create the monster killer tornado, Australians and New Zealanders from all walks of life watched nearby in fear and awe.
A bucket wheel reclaimer collects ore at the BHP Billiton iron ore loading facility in Port Hedland, about 1,600 km north of Perth, in this May, 2008, file photo.
Artist's conception of SS Cygni double-star system, which includes a red-dwarf star and a compact white-dwarf star, right.
Sometimes astronomy is like real estate -- what's important is location, location, and location.
Lewis Jetta still misses his family in Western Australia but with a second baby on the way he says the days where he could afford to be homesick are long gone.
Hazel Hawke, the ex-wife of former prime minister Bob Hawke, died today after complications of dementia at the age of 83.
LONERISM turned out to be a fitting title for Tame Impala's second record. Kevin Parker - the space cadet running the good ship Impala - recorded the entire album himself at his home studio in Perth, Australia, left to his own devices.
Picture: Twitter, Peter Kapsanis, Channel 9 Eleven people treated for caustic soda burns after a worker mistook the cleaning agent for salt in a Bunbury Chicken Treat store.
A former supervisor at a country hostel in Western Australia has denied that he sexually molested two female boarders more than 30 years ago.
HOUSEHOLD rubbish will be converted into electricity after the final environmental approvals were made for the State's first large scale waste-to-energy plant.
The state's wealthiest individual, Mineralogy chairman Clive Palmer, has secured a major Supreme Court victory in his battle with the Chinese company CITIC Pacific, the managers of his WA iron ore mine.
Karratha's Chamber of Commerce and Industry is hoping a proposed port, south-west of Karratha, will generate more opportunities for smaller mining companies.
The Department of Water has prosecuted a Gnangara vegetable grower for using more than double the amount of water he was allocated.