Smiles from Prime Minister Scott Morrison and SA Premier Steven Marshall as the location of Australia’s Space Agency is revealed to be Adelaide, South Australia.
The headquarters of the Australian Space Agency will be in Adelaide. So how did we get to this point? Here are ten essential reads to fill you in.
Most small and medium-sized companies in Australia have no written plan for future growth.
Simply providing more money will not accelerate the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises.
How much sleep we need depends on us as individuals and varies by age.
Five out of five experts agreed not everyone needs eight hours of sleep.
Children’s travel needs are a big factor in private car use.
The private car is the default transport option for many families. This reduces physical activity and increases greenhouse gas emissions, with unhealthy results for their children and the environment.
Allégé ou non allégé, telle est la question…
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Est-il meilleur pour la santé de consommer des produits laitiers allégés ? Les experts sont divisés…
The flu virus changes over time – which is why you need a different flu shot each year.
Important research questions can almost always be answered better with a combination of methods – where both quantitive and qualitative data play a role.
An anti-conscription rally in Melbourne, 1916.
Heritage Council of Victoria
It's time the Australians who voiced vociferous opposition to war in general and conscription in particular were commemorated as an important part of our history.
Should we all be consuming the low-fat versions?
Five experts were divided on whether or not we should choose the "light"dairy option.
Dan Jarvis, Mayor of Sheffield City Region Combined Authority.
Danny Lawson/PA Images.
Westminster holds its power tight, but that could be bad news for cities and regions.
Rewarding a child with ice cream for eating vegetables teaches a child certain things about vegetables, ice cream, and behaviour.
Five out of five experts said we shouldn't reward kids with food. But for very different reasons.
A number of complex factors leads to someone reaching a point where they can no longer cope. We can’t let them get there in the first place.
Many current interventions focus on raising awareness of suicide, or preventing suicide at the point just prior to death. Many of those not assessed as being at "high risk" are left without support.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Attorney-General Christian Porter announced that sabotaging food will now attract a penalty of up to 15 years’ imprisonment.
After a spate of sewing needles being found in strawberries, the federal government has moved quickly to tighten penalties for those who sabotage fruit. But it is unlikely to be a strong deterrent.
Difficile de rattraper le sommeil en retard…
Il nous arrive à tous de rogner sur notre temps de sommeil, en nous disant que nous le rattraperons plus tard. Mais les grasses matinées du week-end compensent-elles les nuits blanches de la semaine ?
A more joined up approach is needed to make sure support for students is there when it's required.
We don’t yet know how NDIS participants make trade-offs.
We don't actually know how NDIS participants weigh their personal goals and then make choices about achieving them through services, supports, therapies and interventions.
Le fromage n'est pas mauvais à la santé, à condition de bien le consommer.
Le fromage est à la fête dans l’Hexagone : les Français en consomment régulièrement, et en quantité. Graisses, calories : cette passion est-elle néfaste pour leur santé ? Non, affirment les experts.
If you try to go too long without sleep, your body will just force it upon you.
If we don't get enough sleep, can we catch up later? Experts are divided.
Don’t worry, it’s still OK to have that sleep in or afternoon nap.
The researchers found a link between sleeping for longer than eight hours a night and getting heart disease or dying prematurely. But they didn't show the sleep duration caused these problems.
South Australia just became the latest state to pass shield laws, but history shows they haven’t always done their job.
Shield laws are meant to help investigative journalists do their work, but significant loopholes remain.
‘Clotted’ by Eli Moore reveals microscopic details of red blood cells in a clot, and was the winning entry in the 2018 UniSA Images of Research competition.
Images taken out of a research context and shared with the public offer a way to connect scientists with the broader world – and vice versa. These photos are stunning examples.