Dr David Evans

Dr David Evans

Earth’s temp rise ‘equal to four Hiroshima atomic bombs every second’ | Science / Technology

University of Queensland - John Cook, Climate Communication Fellow from the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland, said that humans are emitting more carbon dioxide than ever into atmosphere, the Courier Mail reported. He said that all the heat-trapping greenhouse gases in the atmosphere meant ...

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Food prices in Australia are really going down | thetelegraph.com.au

Two of the significant factors in the turnaround, according to University of Queensland economics professor John Quiggin, have been the end of the drought - increasing supply - and the strong Australian dollar, which has helped to limit the cost of globally traded food ingredients such ...

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Mixed response to asset sales deal | Sky News Australia

But University of Queensland economics professor John Quiggin says the states have made a grave mistake. 'Asset sales haven't yielded returns to states consistent with the earnings foregone,' he told AAP. 'The commonwealth is essentially using public money to bribe the states into ...

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Epic Sciences Appoints Pascal Bamford, Ph.D. as Vice President of Product Development | CEOs in Tech...

University of Queensland - Epic Sciences Appoints Pascal Bamford, Ph.D. as Vice President of Product Development Creative innovator to advance Epic's CTC technology for rapid analysis of cancer for patient matching to clinical trials, therapeutic selection and resistance monitoring SAN DIEGO, April 8, 2014 ...

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More Token Skeptic Podcast! #179: Skeptical Science, Brain Craft And The Science Of Immunisation

University of Queensland - John Cook is the Climate Communication Fellow for the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland. He created SkepticalScience.com, a website that refutes climate misinformation with peer-reviewed science. In 2011, Skeptical Science won the Australian Museum Eureka Prize ...

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John Quiggin on zombie economics & Steve Keen talks reality of endogenous money « SGTreport – The Co...

University of Queensland - We start with John Quiggin, author and economist at the University of Queensland. We ask him about “zombie economics” and the Australian experience. Then we bring you part two of our interview with economist Steve Keen, who continues his discussion of endogenous money...

Epic Sciences Appoints Pascal Bamford Ph D As Vice

University of Queensland - Epic Sciences Appoints Pascal Bamford, Ph.D. As Vice President Of Product Development SAN DIEGO, April 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Epic Sciences announced today the appointment of Pascal Bamford, Ph.D. as vice president of product development. Dr. Bamford has more than 15 years ...

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97pc scientists agree humans are causing global warming | Science / Technology

John Cook, who maintains the web site, is a climate communications fellow for the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland in Australia. He found that one dominant myth about climate change is the idea that scientists disagree about the cause. To investigate how much ...

Hockey strikes infrastructure deal | Sky News Australia

But University of Queensland economics professor John Quiggin said the privatisation of the Commonwealth Bank in the early 1990s showed the folly of assets sales. 'The Commonwealth Bank public share holding was sold for something like $3 a share, and those shares are now worth more than ...

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