Barrister to head ‘entirely independent’ probe into Australian swimming culture

An investigation into claims of abusive culture in Australian swimming will be led by a barrister who helped develop the nation’s sexual discrimination laws. Chris Ronalds has promised an independent probe into the claims which have beset elite Australian swimming in the lead-up to next month’s Toyko Olympics. Within weeks Ronalds will select other members […]

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A novel method for controlling the microstructure and performance of 3D printed human implants

With the rapid development of biomedical technology, the replacement of human skeletal elements with implants has become an application market with high technical content and huge benefits. In order to quickly customize human implants with complex structures, Chinese scientists use 3D printing technology to prepare Ti-Mo alloy human implants, and then adjust the microstructure and […]

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Israel Folau to return with Gold Coast amateur team after securing Catalans release

Israel Folau will play rugby league again in Australia after the Queensland Rugby League confirmed the controversial dual-code international has been registered to play for the Southport Tigers in the Rugby League Gold Coast competition. The QRL made the announcement on Tuesday after French club Catalans Dragons confirmed Folau had been released from the remainder […]

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