Ice baths, float tanks, foam rollers, compression garments - the post-exercise recovery market is booming. But the evidence for them doesn't always stack up.
In what could be described as a rather difficult adolescence, Earth earliest continents remained in flux — disappearing and reappeared over 1.5 billion years before finally gaining form.
A film about the shootings is likely to be very distressing for people directly impacted by the massacre, particularly those who still have PTSD or strong grief responses.
Three infection prevention and control experts break down Victoria's new hotel quarantine system.
Asia-Pacific expert Bates Gill on China’s endgame.
Michelle Grattan discusses China's wolf warrior diplomats with Bates Gill, professor of Asian-Pacific security studies
Our economy remains far weaker than it was a year ago and far weaker than it would have been had spending not collapsed.
Australia has student accommodation with nearly 100,000 beds, many now empty. The large purpose-built student housing facilities are well suited for quarantining returning international students.
Instead of free parking, our post-COVID CBDs need a big vision to become attractive destinations that aren't car-friendly at the expense of being people-friendly.
Rather than presenting a disability as an obstacle, life writing can explore the joys, frustrations and creativity of living with disability or Deafness.
Our study on weird ancient marine animals called radiodonts supports the idea that vision played a crucial role during the Cambrian Explosion, a rapid burst of evolution about 500 million years ago.
Here’s a snapshot of what research tells us about female orgasms, what we don’t know, and what researchers want to know next.
Without a jump in consumer spending the recovery will be slow, and that's in doubt.
Australia can't remake China into a completely different country. Instead, we need to see it as a challenge to be managed — not an enemy.
One interviewee told us: 'It would've been lovely if somebody had cared.'
Home Alone is a beloved Christmas classic now 30-years-old – but it gets dark. Really dark.
Criminal trials may hold offenders to account but they are far from perfect. The Victorian Law Reform Commission is looking at how restorative justice could be used for sexual offences.
Vice-chancellors' average remuneration has soared from 2.9 times lecturers' pay in 1975 to 16 times in 2018. New governance arrangements triggered the trend and might be needed to rein it in.
When astronomers started using the new ASKAP radio telescope, they discovered mysterious circular blobs of unknown size and distance in the sky.
Analysis of online listings on common online platforms shows even modest reductions in Airbnb listings increased supply of longer-term rentals. The result was lower local rents.
Unprecedented efforts are driving the global push for a safe and effective vaccine. If and when we have one (or more), here's how it's likely to be rolled out in Australia.