Last month, the government published the Indigenous Voice co-design final report. However, ways to ensure First Nations self-determination remain lacking in the strategy.
New research shows the choices we make, and our perceptions of the world, are biased by our initial impressions.
Leaf oysters can form reefs, produce mauve pearls, and reach the size of a dinner plate. They’ve been ignored for far too long.
92% of performing artists experienced significant changes to their work during early stages of the pandemic – and at least half experienced depression.
The monumental Earth Biogenome Project has galvanised hundreds of geneticists and bioinformaticists from all over the world.
The biggest hurdle for republicans is the reality that Australia is already an independent nation. Only sentiment and inertia links us to the British crown.
More than 2,000 pages of letters spanning 36 years and nine prime ministers have now been made public, albeit with disappointing redactions throughout.
Australia has one of the highest rooftop solar installation rates in the world, which is great news for our efforts to reduce emissions. But can the grid keep up?
Evidence suggests the development of a person’s sexuality begins before they are born.
It’s the first time since Resolve began doing its monthly surveys last April that Labor has been ahead of the Coalition on primary votes.
Future events could damage the critical portion of the undersea network which links to Australia.
Research on the experience of Indian international students shows the importance of strong social networks for a productive and fulfilling time in Australia.
The airborne nature of COVID supports routine use of respirators by the public. Here, experts explain the science behind this recommendation.
Far from the romance of 1981’s made-for-TV films, Spencer is trapped in a frozen Sandringham setting, gasping for air.
Australians tend to be fairly relaxed about the tsunami risk. But warnings from authorities to stay away from foreshore areas should not be ignored.
The Queen has stripped Prince Andrew of his patronages, but she can’t go much further.
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.