Poor sleep can have longer-term effects.
If behavioural sleep problems persist beyond infancy, there could be implications for children’s emotional and attentional development longer term.
An implant made by Cochlear who are innovating in their marketing and customer service.
To be innovative, companies need to employ people with a wide range of technical and non-technical skills, a new study has found.
Could blockchain bring the traditional CEO unstuck?
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Imagine a CEO that could bridge international work days, across country markets, working 24 hours a day.
There has been an increase in research grants going to high-profile applicants.
Demand for research grants has far exceeded supply, with success rates for grant applications falling to record lows.
Consumers won’t be able to use PEXA anytime soon but it might streamline the buying and selling of property.
The paperless property market is now a reality and it could provide a faster more efficient sales. But its unlikely any consumers will be using the system themselves.
Three more years for Malcolm Turnbull and the Coalition.
What's in store for key policy areas, from health to education to infrastructure to asylum seekers, under a returned Coalition government?
Robots can help a new business deal with all the mundane tasks.
Much of the debate about robots talking jobs focuses largely on a jobless future. But robots can deliver a host of benefits, especially for start-ups and entrepreneurs.
Our political system might lend itself to mockery, but are satirists stepping up?
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As any political observer could tell you, sometimes you need to laugh to keep from crying. But as another federal election wraps up, Australia's political satire landscape looks a little grim.
As the campaign concludes, external events affect the Twitter debate, but Labor's Medicare campaign generates greater resonance.
Some data has found one pill is slightly more effective, but you need to visit your doctor to get it and it needs to be taken in a hurry.
Until 2015 the “morning after pill” Postinor was the only oral emergency contraception available in Australia. A new option, EllaOne, is available. How are they different, and which should you choose?
It looks cheap, but unit pricing gives the true picture.
It turns out unit pricing really is a handy tool to save money, so why are we still not using it?
I came to live and work in Australia six years ago, having spent most of the previous 50 living within the collective embrace of two unions – the United Kingdom and the European Union. I was then, and…
Wyatt Roy, now assistant minister for innovation, was elected as an MP at the age of 20.
The involvement of youth in politics suggests politicians are not tackling issues of concern to young people.
Sky News is the go-to real-time news channel for the political elite in Canberra.
Those teachers who upgraded to an early childhood teaching degree were most likely to leave the profession.
20% of surveyed early education educators said they want to leave their job due to low pay, volume of paperwork and feeling undervalued.
Interns may have to give up time at paid work to do an unpaid internship.
Internships can have direct and indirect costs that may exclude some who can't afford them.
The Australian Twitter News Index for May 2015 shows environment topics to be shared especially widely during the early election period.
A lot of research on internships is based on perspectives of employers and interns, which makes the findings less objective.
There isn't a lot of research on whether an internship will secure you a job.
From tracking social media posts by and to candidates, some indications about key campaign issues begin to emerge.
Humans are still better than machines at driving in extreme weather conditions, for now.
Driverless cars are the technology of the future, but unless they learn how to drive in rain and snow, they will be a technology that lets us down when we need it the most.