Manufacturing is just one part of the vaccine ecosystem. It’s the health system that delivers vaccines and people must be willing to take them.
Indonesians’ desire to have a work-family balance is partially driven by the importance of religion in their lives.
The Morrison government is pushing for universities to shift focus to commercialising their research, announcing $242.7 million for a yet-to-be-selected small group of “trailblazer” universities
Child-engaged research can facilitate new ways of listening to and supporting children as we move toward and through post-pandemic recovery.
Scott Morrison is set to unveil his plan to invest $100 million in quantum technology to commercialise Australia’s quantum research and help businesses find markets and investors
Communication scholars have long wondered not just who lies the most, but also whether people tend to lie more online, in person or over the phone.
Research ethics focus on avoiding wrongdoing, having been developed largely in response to biomedical scandals. Climate change puts the onus on researchers to add ‘do good’ to ‘do no harm’ principles.
At a time when it’s increasingly difficult to separate truth from falsehood, Wikipedia is an accessible tool for fact-checking and fighting misinformation.
The creation of a Research Excellence Barometer for Africa would contribute to retaining talent and expertise and ensure that Africans benefited from their own research efforts.
Transcripts and internal documents show how the industry shifted from leading research into fossil fuels’ effect on the climate to sowing doubt about science.
Rather than trying to take agency away from First Nations people, sometimes white allies need to take a step back.
A centralized reporting system for laboratory incidents involving dangerous pathogens in biological research does not exist in the US or internationally.
There are calls for measures to reduce the burden of red tape and promote and facilitate biodiversity research in South Africa.
Avoiding hitting deer on the road is as much about when you drive as where. An animal behavior expert explains why.
Before the pandemic, the public perceived science as infallible and inaccessible. But the opening up of research to the general public has changed that perception.
Historians, archivists and other researchers got in touch with tales of their archival finds and bizarre research moments. These ranged from the quirky to the disturbing to the profound.
‘Hustle culture’ is so pervasive in U.S. society that not even the coronavirus pandemic could shake the urge to prioritize productivity.
After 11 years of Excellence in Research for Australia, the time and costs for universities and the value it creates for other sectors (none of which made submissions to a recent review) are unknown.
More funding is needed to galvanise
Nigeria’s health system as medical research is not well funded.
Some of the climate changes will be irreversible for millennia. But some can be slowed and even stopped if countries quickly reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, including from burning fossil fuels.