It's important for people to seek proper information about the coronavirus and not believe everything they see and hear on social media.
PODCAST: A new series on how the world rebuilt after past crises.
Australia has a long history of international student education, spurred on by government policy.
Thinking about getting the flu shot? This may help you decide.
In trying to suppress the cannabis market in 1923, the government accidentally helped to form an impressive illegal cannabis economy.
This essay explores the way the social contract between universities, society and the state has changed over the course of the 20th century. And how generations of students paid and benefitted.
Many ethical decisions will need to be made as patients seek treatment for Covid-19.
An audio version of an in depth article on four possible futures for the world after coronavirus.
An honest reckoning with Captain Cook’s legacy won’t heal things overnight. But it’s a start.
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The impact of 1770 has never eased for Aboriginal people. It was a collision of catastrophic proportions.
PODCAST: We explore the strange interpretations of where the coronavirus came from and why people are drawn to them in the final episode of The Anthill's Expert guide to conspiracy theories.
PODCAST: In part five of The Anthill's expert guide to conspiracy theories we find out the best ways to talk to people who believe in them.
PODCAST: How the internet has and hasn't changed the game for the spread of conspiracy theories.
How are tests developed for a specific virus and how does a country get the test kits it needs?
We find out what psychological factors influence whether you believe in conspiracy theories or not.
PODCAST: Part one of the Expert guide to conspiracy theories from The Conversation's Anthill podcast.
PODCAST: A five-part series from The Conversation's Anthill podcast exploring the world of conspiracy theories.
PODCAST: The third part of a series from The Anthill podcast on how personalised medicine may become in the future.
South Africa should not uncritically embrace the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
PODCAST: The second episode of our series on the personalisation of healthcare focuses on your diet.
Why does Dolly Parton have such broad appeal, across lines of race, nationality, gender identity and sexual orientation?