Despite a swing away from Labor, the Andrews government has been returned comfortably for a third term.
Researchers are revisiting old drugs and designing new ones to prevent and treat COVID.
In covering the final days of the Victorian election, mainstream media fell victim to wanting the most dramatic outcome – no matter how weak the evidence for it may have been.
Inspiring our children to value and connect with science is key to improving society – and there are ways to do this safely in the classroom.
The Uluru Statement from the Heart will give us new meaning to the expression.
Three out of five said yes.
The first Chinese object was acquired by the year-old gallery in 1862. A new exhibition looks at this history – and towards the future.
Advising managers to ‘focus on clear objectives’ with remote workers overlooks the importance of relationships as the basis for understanding performance.
Short fiction’s fragmentation reflects its origins as a response to trauma. Two new collections explore the dangers and vulnerability of womanhood, and the global threat of climate change.
A new study investigated whether ‘school connectedness’ prevents the onset of depression and anxiety in 14 to 24 year-olds.
It’s often claimed that reforming tenancy laws to better protect tenants will drive landlords out of the market, leading to fewer rental properties. A new study finds no evidence to support the claim.
What are the consequences of book publishing’s invisible workforce – for respect, wages and diversity? Alice Grundy suggests it’s time for book editors to be more visible.
As recession looms, some have called for a windfall tax on record corporate profits. But do such taxes actually work? And what does history teach about them?
A planning strategy for Australia’s first multi-city region, home to nearly one in four Australians, is being developed. So what’s the thinking behind creating an integrated network of six cities?
The best thing to do is to stop emitting carbon. However, preserving a safe climate will likely require us to go further.
Rhesus monkeys respond to fearful body language in members of their own species, as well as humans and cats.
As election day arrives in Victoria, two late polls predict a return of the Andrews Labor government.
On the industrial relations bill, Labor’s most difficult legislative challenge so far, the government hasn’t targeted crossbencher Jacqui Lambie. Pocock is an easier dance partner.
What’s the connection between #EatWithMe videos and mukbang? And what are we to make of claims they could help people overcome a fear of eating?
Most of us know we should eat different coloured fruits and vegetables, but do you know why?