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CRC for Remote Economic Participation


CRC for Remote Economic Participation Corporate Identity and Promotional Items

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General Manager Operations CrC for remote Economic Participation PO Box 3971 Alice Springs NT 0871 P F M E W

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The girls eventually found their way to their mother’s homeland. They had come to the right place: their mother was very happy to be able to see them again, all grown up. One day, the father decided to follow his daughters and came to the mother’s land. The family were happy to be united, and other families were happy for them. They decided to stay there so the girls could learn new skills.

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Two Women Learning, by Kathleen Wallace

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The story of “two young women learning” is a metaphor for the relationship between Ninti One Limited and the CRC for Remote Economic Participation – that each are an integral part of the same story: how we hold knowledge and IP in trust for Aboriginal people and also how we share it to help those in remote areas prosper.

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… Two young girls were taken from their mother by their father, to live in his homeland. They lived and learned their father’s way. But when they grew up, the two girls decided to leave their father’s home and look for their mother and her people. The father supported their decision, and so the girls started to walk.

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www.crc-rep.com.au Kathleen Wallace was born and raised at Uyetye, in Todd River – her father’s homeland. Her mother is from Therirrerte. Her grandfather taught her stories of her culture and land from an early age. Kathleen is a story-teller and she uses her skills to interpret stories for her audience. Her connection to her country and to her law and culture has remained strong.

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THE CRC-REP LOGO IS BASED ON THE PAINTING TWO WOMEN LEARNING, CREATED BY ABORIGINAL ARTIST KATHLEEN WALLACE.

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THE COOPERATIVE RESEARCH CENTRE FOR REMOTE ECONOMIC PARTICIPATION (CRC-REP) IS A PUBLIC GOOD RESEARCH CENTRE THAT DELIVERS SOLUTIONS TO ECONOMIC DISADVANTAGE IN REMOTE AUSTRALIA.

The Centre has three goals: To develop new ways to build resilience and strengthen regional communities and economies across remote Australia To build new enterprises and strengthen existing industries that provide jobs, livelihoods and incomes in remote areas To improve the education and training pathways in remote areas so that people have better opportunities to participate in the range of economies that exist.

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Mrs Wallace tells us a traditional story that illustrates how different people hold different knowledge, different parts of the story, and how they are responsible for keeping that story safe and passing on the knowledge.

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Oral Health CRC


Oral Health CRC Corporate Identity, Stationery, Powerpoint Template and Promotional Material

Level 6, 720 Swanston Street, Carlton, VIC 3053

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Oral Health CRC


Oral Health CRC Annual Report Summary 2010–2011 and Invite to Official Launch

Facilitating the development of products from laboratory to end‑user markets.

Creating and commercialising new and innovative oral health products.

Creating and commercialising new and innovative oral health products.

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The CRC for Oral Health Science brings together scientists, dentists, population health experts and manufacturers to work together to find new and efficient ways of reducing the burden of oral disease in Australia and internationally.

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Looking forward

There were 15,700 visits to the Centre’s website during the year. New content developed for the site during the year focussed on communicating the relevance of the Centre’s research to practitioners and consumers, including:

From January 2010, a new Oral Health CRC will be formed to build on research performed in the CRC for Oral Health Science. The new centre will continue to work in the areas of vaccination, pharmaceutical development and remineralisation therapies.

» Video-cast on the impact that a periodontitis vaccine would have on treatment options for dentists and patients.

In addition to these, new areas will also be added to the research portfolio including biomarkers of disease, the development of early diagnostics, new preventive strategies and products and oral health promotion programs, minimal intervention treatment approaches, novel dental professional products and novel reconstruction and regenerative approaches for the replacement of lost tissue and function.

Since 2003, the Centre has focused on the discovery and development of new preventive products and treatments for oral diseases such as caries (dental decay) and periodontitis (gum disease) which currently cost Australians some $6 billion a year.

Improving the understanding of the demographics of oral disease.

» Podcast with slides on the findings of the clinical trial of Tooth Mousse in post-orthodontic patients. » Video-cast of the CPP-ACP peptide complex in action. Over the year the CRC-OHS appeared in close to 30 mainstream media outlets, as well as dental industry media.

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The CRC’s first commercial product Tooth Mousse Plus has now achieved record global sales notwithstanding the global financial crisis. Clinical research demonstrating the ability of the active ingredient in Tooth Mousse Plus the CPP-ACP complex to repair early stages of tooth decay in a randomised clinical trial was accepted for publication by the leading international journal, Journal of Dental Research.

Efforts by CRC staff have led to Recaldent™ becoming the premier remineralisation technology available worldwide. Recaldent™ is now incorporated into products with an annual turnover of more than $400 million. Increasing global demand has created the impetus to develop new formulations and ensure that Recaldent™ will be in continued demand in the future.

Vaccine to treat periodontitis In December 2009, the CRC finalised a multi-million dollar agreement for the development of a vaccine to treat the gum disease periodontitis. This will involve a major research program to develop and validate the concept of a therapeutic vaccine for the treatment of severe periodontitis, which affects up to 30% of Australian adults.

eviDent An initiative of the ADAVB and the CRC, eviDent will be Australia’s first dental practice-based research network. Due for launch in 2010, eviDent will strengthen the knowledge base for clinical decision-making and policy setting by evaluating the effectiveness of strategies for the prevention, management and treatment of oral diseases and conditions.

Community oral health symposium

milk de Recaldent™ A new product containing the CPP-ACP complex, Milk de Recaldent™ was trialled in the CRC and has now been launched in Japan by Meiji Dairies Corporation. The randomised clinical trials of this product demonstrated significantly improved remineralisation efficacy of the Milk de Recaldent™ over other milk products.

The Centres 2008 community oral health symposium, The Oral Health of Australia’s Rural Populations was attended by 120 delegates who discussed this challenging topic and identified key areas of a general action plan towards developing a coordinated approach for oral health care for rural Australia.

Awards Prof Eric Reynolds AO and A/Prof Stuart Dashper received the international IADR/Glaxo Smith Kline Award for Innovation in Oral Care for their research into the development of Oxantel to treat periodontal diseases, leading to the development of a professional product that will result in improved oral health for people with periodontitis.

Improving the understanding of the demographics of oral disease to aid in public health policy development.

Two PhD students, Mr Kheng Tan and Dr Nathan Cochrane (now graduated), received prestigious research awards, and Dr Nathan Cochrane also won the Cooperative Research Centres Association Early Career Scientists Award from among a competitive field of scientists working in CRCs around Australia.

Ensuring the long‑term viability of the Australian oral health biotechnology industry by developing a generation of commercially astute researchers.

Academic publications and presentations CRC-OHS staff and students published 23 journal articles and 1 book chapter during 2008/09, bringing the total number of academic publications by the Centre to 163. CRC-OHS staff and students also presented their research at 47 academic conferences and symposia during the year, and were invited to speak at nine industry and community forums.

Intellectual Property management The CRC-OHS added five new patents to its portfolio during the year, taking its total number of patents to 15. The Centre now holds a very strong IP position on

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the oral bacteria Porphyromonas gingivalis, Treponema denticola and Tannerella forsythia which are associated with chronic periodontitis. These bacteria are of increasing research and commercial interest because of emerging evidence of the link between periodontal disease and systemic disease, in particular cardiovascular disease, diabetes, respiratory pneumonia and certain cancers.

Education and Training A total of 39 students have graduated after carrying their research in the CRC-OHS. The majority of graduates from 2008/09 have secured immediate employment in their chosen fields.

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The Oral Health CRC has been awarded $31.6 million over eight years to continue research on the prevention and early diagnosis of oral disease.

The CRC for Oral Health Science brings together scientists, dentists, population health experts and manufacturers to work together to find new and efficient ways of reducing the burden of oral disease in Australia and internationally.

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Advanced Manufacturing CRC


Advanced Manufacturing CRC Corporate Identity, Banner, Stationery, Brochure, Fact Sheet, Electronic Form and Website

Email: amcrc@amcrc.com.au Phone: 61 3 9214 4780 Website: www.amcrc.com.au

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This form is to express interest in receiving funding under the Advanced Manufacturing CRC Co-investment program. Successful applications will be invited to engage with AMCRC to develop a more detailed proposal for possible project funding.

ABN 11 130 339 712 www.amcrc.com.au

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Advanced Manufacturing CRC Annual Report 2010–2011

About the AdvAnCed MAnufACtuRing CoopeRAtive ReseARCh CentRe LiMited

PROGRAM 2: NEXT GENERATION PROCESSES

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setting the benchmark in innovation Creation, practice & education

the Advanced Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (AMCRC) aims to set the standard in innovation creation, practice and education. through our industry and research collaborations we work to create intellectual property in next generation technologies, products and processes.

Creation of intellectual property

next generation technologies, products & processes

industry & Research Collaboration

post-industrial Manufacturing requires skilled, Knowledge-based inputs

funding for innovation & intelligent Manufacturing

providing opportunities to Create a highly-skilled Workforce

Established with a grant of $35 million in 2008 from the Australian Government, the Advanced Manufacturing CRC is vital to the development and delivery of cutting edge technologies and a highly skilled workforce that will keep Australian manufacturing industries globally competitive and sustainable. Prior to 2000, manufacturing generally referred solely to the production of goods. Today, manufacturing is about ideas, products, processes and services. This post-industrial global manufacturing system represents a complex and highly integrated value chain. It includes cutting-edge science and technology, innovation, skills, design, systems engineering, supply chain excellence and a wide range of intelligent services as well as energy-efficient, sustainable and low-carbon manufacturing.

The Advanced Manufacturing CRC provides a network, commercialisation experience, program management and funding to those companies that are committed to participating in the fast-growing global manufacturing sectors. The manufacturing sector is a vital part of the Australian economy employing almost a million Australians and contributing more than $100 billion to gross domestic product (GDP). But the sector has not grown at the same pace as the rest of the economy and employment levels have declined. The Advanced Manufacturing CRC’s mission is to harness Australia’s capacity for innovation and to provide innovative enterprises with the kind of support and resources they need.

undoubtedly, the flagship project of this program is the collaboration between Mbd energy pty Ltd and james Cook university on producing technology for efficient farming of algae in arid environments. this project harnesses waste carbon dioxide (Co2) emissions, initially from power stations, to economically produce useful products derived from the farmed microalgae.

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The project combines engineering expertise in constructing the reactions and harvesting systems with biological expertise in selection of conditions and algal strains to optimise growth rate and oil content. A large database of growth conditions, suitability for different environments and chemical composition of the algal products, provides the ability to select strains and growth conditions for a variety of environments. Whilst the philosophy is to only use naturally occurring algal strains in any given location, the selection of the particular existing strains for inoculation into the growth reactors and farming systems, is aided by the database developed within the project by researchers from James Cook University. The project has led to applications for patents for processes for the harvesting and extraction of products from the algal biomass. There is also much knowhow on the design of systems and strain selection.

A particularly tangible outcome is the development of a series of 50 m-long reaction tanks in a joint demonstrator facility constructed by James Cook University and MBD Energy limited through the Advanced Manufacturing CRC. The research has attracted international attention by Origin Oil and agreements have been signed for plants to be stationed at a number of power plants around Australia to produce algal biomass from sequestered CO2 emissions. A pipeline of products derived from the farmed algae are being developed including stock feed, biodiesel, enriched omega-3 oils and cosmetic products. The Pork CRC is assisting in animal feedstock evaluation. Six PhD students are conducting research within the Advanced Manufacturing CRC at James Cook University on this bio-carbon-capture and sequestration project.

Another highlight from Program 2 has been the agreement to commence trialling at a commercial scale of RAM (Rotated Arc Mixer) technology developed through collaboration between CSIRO and SME, Tasweld Engineering Pty ltd. The Rotated Arc Mixer is a radical innovation first invented at CSIRO and developed within Advanced Manufacturing CRC. It is particularly suited to the mixing of viscous products and testing under production conditions has been arranged with a major end-user with international links. In the current reporting period, Tasweld Pty ltd and CSIRO have been optimising design and build for integration in the end-user’s processing line early next year. Tasweld Pty ltd, CSIRO and the Advanced Manufacturing CRC commercialisation staff have been actively planning to maximise the impact of the unique RAM technology.

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Carbon-fibre composite processing and shaping have also been a significant part of Program 2. This work complements other initiatives with Federal and Victorian Government funding on developing a commercial scale carbon-fibre plant within the Geelong region to propel Australian manufacture and to develop Intellectual Property within the fast-growing carbon-fibre composite industry. The Advanced Manufacturing CRC, through Deakin University, has been developing a series of datasheets on machinery and products from the patented Quickstep process to enable Quickstep Technologies Pty ltd to validate and provide customer assurance initially targeted at the lucrative Aerospace Industry. The Advanced Manufacturing CRC is also defining the performance limits and, in some cases, by materials testing, selection and trialling, aiming to break through existing limits to increase curing temperatures and machinery component lifetime from equipment sold to customers of the process. Quickstep Technologies Pty ltd has undergone notable expansion with establishment of Sydney-based production operations (Bankstown) to complement their Perth operations and two international offices.

A number of new customer agreements have emerged during the year, with the Advanced Manufacturing CRC work providing an important underpinning the future success of the company in international markets. A further Advanced Manufacturing CRC project in the carbon-fibre composite area has been successfully completed to develop a demonstrator automobile – a concept car – to be exhibited at world trade shows to showcase Australian expertise in composite design, manufacture and engineering. The current carbon-fibre vehicle is housed at the Automotive Centre of Excellence (Melbourne) and is soon to be shown in Frankfurt (Germany) and at other international venues. It is noteworthy that Australian SME, Bellmont Nominees is now manufacturing automotive parts, suitable for the after-market, from technology developed in a successfully completed project.

Finally, Australian precision-machine tool manufacturer, ANCA Pty ltd, is developing extensive knowhow to underpin its product expansion into polycrystalline diamond mass removal processes through an Advanced Manufacturing CRC project with RMIT University. A process using electro discharge grinding is required to machine the diamond into the required cutting tools. This process requires optimisation, particularly within the electro discharge control system, to afford diamond tools of the required quality and consistency. Although a recent addition to the Advanced Manufacturing CRC project portfolio, the research has established resulted in a strong understanding of the necessary parameters and their impact on the process and is well-placed to deliver its objectives. The Advanced Manufacturing CRC project team undertook discussions with representatives from the Fraunhoffer Institute (Germany) in an ANCA Pty ltd sponsored visit to share expertise and seek avenues for possible collaboration.

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STATEMENT OF VOTING RIGHTS

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Inkind contribution

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2,985,915

963,627

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1,614,320

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2,176,167

3,843,053

3,843,053

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1,768,557

2,794,707

2,794,707

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Ballistic armour protection protection from bullets and other projectiles

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136,573

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207,357

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10,651,723

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Biodiversity the differing plants, animals and ecosystems Bioethenol a form or renewable fuel from agricultural feedstocks Biofouling deposition of unwanted biologically derived-material affecting surface properties adversely

Nano-structured surfaces surfaces that are designed using nanotechnology Nano-zinc oxide ultrafine particles of zinc oxide Nitriding of aluminium a hardening process involving nitrogen in a fluidised bed reactor

Bulk metallic glasses a type of alloy with improved properties Carbon-fibre composite a type of lightweight strong reinforced polymer Chromium (DST-Cr) a hardening process (duplex surface treatment)

CSIRO Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

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AUSANDA 15.0%

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3.6%

RMIT

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GFC global financial crisis In vitro in glass (often referring to a biological process carried out in the laboratory)

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Industrial wastewaters unpurified effluent from industry

DEAKIN 15.5%

MBD 21.5%

JCU 11.3%

JCU

CSIRO

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12.8%

MBD 4.2%

DEAKIN 25.3%

Nanopigments nano-ingredients that are pigments (colorants)

Biotechnology biological techniques to create products

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Nano-particle additives ultrafine additives Nanoparticles ultrafine particles between 1 and 100 nm

Biomass a renewable energy source from living or recently living organisms

C-language a computer language

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Nano-ingredients ultrafine additives

Biofuels fuels derived from biological materials (e.g. plants)

Oecd nations member nations of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development PCBN polycrystalline boron nitride PCD polycrystalline diamond Percutaneous access devices tubes inserted through the skin Permanent magnet motors highly efficient motors based on permanent magnets Photobioreactor tubes light source tubes for a bioreactor Photovoltaic usually referring to the production of electricity by light Planar lightwave circuit a type of patterned silica optical circuit Polymer concrete a type of concrete using a polymeric binder Polypropylene a common plastic R&D Research and Development RAM Rotated Arm Mixer Renewable energy and carbon abatement processes for reducing the effect of or stopping carbon based gaseous emission RMIT RMIT University SAC Science Advisory Committee SEMA Speciality Equipment Marketing Association SME Small to Medium Enterprise Stem cells primitive cells that can form diverse specialised cell types

Indwelling catheters tubes inserted through the skin, often for long periods

Surface-modified carbon nanotubes a form of carbon with a cylindrical structure having special properties.

IP Intellectual Property

Synchrotron a type of particle accelerator

JCU James Cook University

Toxicological safety safety from adverse effects on cells and tissue

kW a unit of power

Toxicology and quantitation and understanding of immunotolerance the effects of chemicals on biological (and immune) systems

Machine-control algorithms computer mathematical methods for controlling precision machines

UNSW University of New South Wales

Macroalgae multicellular algae

VCAMM Victorian Centre for Advanced Materials Manufacturing

Macroporous scaffolds supporting structures, usually for growing cells, containing pores

Viscous thick, sticky consistency between solid and liquid

Mesoporous having a pore size generally between 2–50 nm

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The CRC for Mental Health is committed to achieving better health outcomes for all Australian people by promoting the prevention and management of mental health disease. The CRC has a dedicated program which focuses on change management, enabling the translation of mental health research findings into patient outcomes. This includes through direct interaction with aged care providers, medical practitioners and carers, as well as community education about brain research and mental health. The CRC for Mental Health supports graduate and post-graduate research education. Through the provision of scholarships, professional development and support, the CRC for Mental Health will provide Australia with a number of highly qualified, industry-ready professionals.

AcknowleDgements The CRC for Mental Health was established under the Cooperative Research Centres program, an Australian Government Initiative. The CRC program supports end-user driven research collaborations to address major challenges facing Australia.

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and treated. A calendar of upcoming community events is available on our website www.mentalhealthcrc.com We need community support to achieve our research and community education goals to improve prevention, early detection and treatment options for these illnesses. We would be delighted to discuss with you how your contribution can be linked to a research project or how it could support our outreach program.

Donations can be made on our website www.mentalhealthcrc.com or by phone by contacting us on 03 8344 1645

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The CRC for Mental Health is a research consortium made up of 20 different organisations, all working together to find early diagnosis and treatments for mental health illnesses. The organisations involved include research organisations, universities, hospitals, aged care providers, pharmaceutical companies and philanthropic organisations. This cooperative approach to mental health research allows us to share ideas freely, as well as considering the views of the organisations who will ultimately use the outcomes of the research.

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collaboration and will shortly enter a new 5 year research

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improve regulatory acceptance of economical solutions to environmental contamination.

The Australian Seafood CRC assists the seafood industry to profitably deliver safe, high quality nutritious Australian seafood products to premium markets, domestically and overseas.

UniSA hosts the $180m CRC for Contamination Assessment and Remediation of the Environment (CARE), which is the first research centre to focus on risk assessment and environmental remediation. Led by Professor Ravi Naidu, the Centre is developing risk-based approaches to remediation of contaminated sites designed to

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and learning facilities at Mawson Lakes would contribute increasingly to the State’s objective of maximising the benefits of the resources boom and the development of environmentally sensitive new technologies.

CRC for Remote Economic Participation Dr Sam Osborne from the CRC for Remote Economic Participation is working to deliver practical solutions to address social and economic disadvantage in remote Australia. This challenging research task involves complex interplay of economic, environmental and societal factors, all connected in some of the most remote areas of our vast country.

Dr Lisa Stefanoff provides research analysis, project management and reporting support; as well as policy advice on issues relating to the non-exploitative development of business opportunities based on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and culture. Specifically, this position works in the program area of economic participation from cultural knowledge. The theme of this program is to provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and

existing micro and small to medium enterprises with the knowledge, information and data to develop new business opportunities built around nonexploitative commercialisation of cultural knowledge.

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