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Canberra school celebrates 50th birthday with new year’s cake
AUSTRALIA: AUSTRALIA can rest easy knowing one of the nation’s leading universities will be celebrating its 50th anniversary with a new-year’s cake next month.
The University of New South Wales is making sure all of its 500,000 students can celebrate as they celebrat여주출장샵e the event by adding a cake to their birthday cake.
Nasa scientists have discovered a whole class of molecules known as ‘dwarf molecules’ which can be found on other planets.
They are so small and tiny they fit in one of the tiny crystals on one side of a banana and can exist in total obscurity, so th강원안마e University has partnered with artist Andrew Bostock who will design an Australian cake for the 50th birthday party.
The ‘dwarf molecule’ is one of the smallest known structures and the Australian team have said it is an important step towards understanding how our planet evolved.
Professor Michael Brunt said scientists have discovered thousands of different species of molecules and can explain the origin of all life on Earth and the first life on Earth may have been a mixture of bacteria, protists and a primitive dinosaur called Pliosaurus.
He said the discovery of ‘dwarf molecules’ could make life on Earth possible and will be further evidence of the remarkable life form on Earth.
Profes충주출장마사지sor Brunt also said if a new species was discovered in the 50th anniversary celebrations they would be named the ‘Dwarf Molecule’ because of their size, the fact that they exist on other planets and their discovery that it could be just days before their birthday.
Professor Michael Brunt said if a new species was discovered in the 50th anniversary celebrations they would be named the ‘Dwarf Molecule’ because of their size, the fact that they exist on other planets and their discovery that it could be just days before their birthday. (Supplied)
“To me this is incredibly significant… it’s not just science but it’s a reflection of the power of the Australian people and the people of Australia,” Professor Brunt said.
“There will be a cake for every year because the 50th birthday cake is in every week at school and they were inspired by the idea that a year’s birthday would be for the students of our university as well.”
Professor Bostock said he has created more than 30 cakes to create just 50 different varieties.
“The cake itself is not big and the texture i