COVID-19 lockdowns have kept researchers from their labs and libraries and delayed projects. What can be done to reduce the likely impacts?
A clash of protesting groups are creating political tension in Australia.
Companies may be using the positive impacts of sport to divert attention from their roles in furthering climate change.
‘Benevolent sexism’ - opening doors for women, offering a hand - may seem harmless enough, even gentlemanly. But a growing body of evidence shows it can have harmful effects on women.
Sponges are ancient marine animals and have already shown robustness against stresses from climate change. New research now shows they can also tolerate low-oxygen conditions.
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Data gathered from people’s phones paints a picture of a heavily restricted life.
Bushfires in Australia have been reported on regularly since the 19th century. Revisiting these reports shows shifting attitudes towards disaster.
Three ‘just transition’ priorities identified by the coal-mining communities of the Hunter Valley in NSW hold lessons for the rest of Australia, and the world.
The eruption is akin to a weapons-grade chemical explosion, and there could be several weeks or even years of major volcanic unrest to follow.
Fans of the late actress are calling on Americans to donate $5 or more to animal charities on Jan. 17, 2022, which would have been Betty White’s 100th birthday.
With his Australian visa now cancelled for a second time, the tennis star will likely not be able to chase history at his most successful Grand Slam tournament.
Almost 10% of people have reported experiencing ‘languishing’ during the pandemic.
Shipwrecks, plane crashes and lost desert expeditions in Australian history all feature stories of horror and disaster that rival the thrilling TV show Yellowjackets.
Given the disconnect between Russia and the US and its NATO allies, it is puzzling why the talks happened at all, and what might possibly be gained from them.
The ruling could justify the future visa cancellation of any individual who is seen as a ‘role model’ and who may be perceived as causing social unrest.
While it may be possible to teach young infants basic motor skills in water, infants cannot, and should not, be expected to know how to swim or to be able to react appropriately in emergencies.
As women’s relationship with work and career has changed, so too has the relationship with parenting. What women need now is more targeted support in raising children.
Australia’s decision to revoke Novak Djokovic’s visa is likely to have implications for worldwide sports teams.
HouseMate would sell homes for little more than the cost of construction, allowing the use of super for the deposit and mortgage payments.
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Omicron is continuing the trend set by delta, causing symptoms that resemble the common cold.