Pink blood, green blood, or no blood at all – when it comes to what's inside a worm's body, the answer is more complicated – and fascinating – than you'd think.
President Donald Trump departing the Trump National Golf Club in Virginia on Sunday 8 November.
Grandiose narcissists do not, or even cannot, recognise and acknowledge a failure could be their own.
No news isn't necessarily good news. News is powerful, and helps us to stay connected and informed. But it's important we regulate our news consumption - particularly during times of crisis.
A new Australian study shows if a person has high levels of sadism and high self-esteem, they are more likely to troll.
The number of visitors to the restored wetlands is increasing each year, as is the wildlife.
The business model of the AFL and NRL is simple: attract a television audience, sell that audience to advertisers. To do that they need crowds.
The invasive species was likely brought to Australia unintentionally by ship. Now found in every state and territory, the wasps are decimating our ecosystems.
The Anangu community of Mutitjulu stands in stark contrast to the sleek tourism infrastructure in the neighbouring town of Yulara.
There's a need to develop new tourism activities at Uluru, especially more educational and immersive experiences that would entail interacting respectfully with traditional owners.
Pengunjuk rasa di Hong Kong telah memanfaatkan ruang publik baik di jalanan maupun di dunia maya.
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Penguasaan ruang publik, baik fisik maupun digital, menjadi unsur penting dalam unjuk rasa di Hong Kong.
Hong Kong protesters have exploited the public space of the city’s streets as well as digital space.
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Hong Kong has few recognisable public places and none with the space for huge numbers of protesters. Instead, they have co-opted the streets and digital media as public spaces for protest.
Leeches suck blood because it is a very good food for them. Some leeches only need to feed once a year.
The short answer is that leeches need blood to grow and reproduce. But it's in their interests to do it carefully, without causing too much pain, and in spots that are hard to find.
The definition of “trolling” has changed a lot over the last 15 years.
Some people still think "trolling" refers to harmless fun. If we want to reduce abusive online behaviour, let's start by getting our definitions right.
Teacher quality is key in getting a good education.
Teacher preparation has been identified as a key factor in the quality of education. To improve the quality of the VET sector, we need to ensure teachers and trainers are qualified to teach.
Vocational education and training can help increase workforce participation by offering opportunities to disadvantaged groups, including women and people from rural communities.
VET needs a new set of priorities and operating principles that are fit for the future.
Men outnumber women in top-paying academic jobs and university leadership.
Without affirmative action through gender quotas and targets, we will have another 30 years of glacial progress on gender equity in academia.
Le fromage n'est pas mauvais à la santé, à condition de bien le consommer.
Le fromage est à la fête dans l’Hexagone : les Français en consomment régulièrement, et en quantité. Graisses, calories : cette passion est-elle néfaste pour leur santé ? Non, affirment les experts.
Cheese contains saturated fats, but we don’t actually know if that’s what clogs our arteries.
Good news for cheese-lovers: all five experts said no.
Timor-Leste returns to the polls on Saturday to elect a parliament for the second time in the past year.
Timor-Leste's vibrant democracy is seen as a bright light in a troubled region, but political instability could threaten the progress it has made.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebook Dating during his keynote address at Facebook’s F8 developer conference.
Despite the claims of online dating services, there is little scientific evidence that using self-reported data for matchmaking can lead to long-term compatibility.
In Season Two, Offred (Elisabeth Moss) reclaims the identity stripped from her by GIlead.
In the much awaited second season of the TV series, Offred is more openly defiant than she was in Margaret Atwood's novel. Still, the first two episodes remain true to the themes of Atwood's book.