The Snake Creek Tracksite, fully exposed on Karoola Station near Winton, on May 10th, 2018.
A spectacular series of fossilised footprints from sauropod dinosaurs and other ancient animals opens a window onto life in northeast Australia 95 million years ago.
Even if aliens exist, are intelligent like humans and interested in making contact with us, what are the chances they'll be close enough for us to hear them screaming their presence into the cosmos?
There are calls for a new offence, to cover cases where an alleged offender engages in non-consensual sex through recklessness.
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Shutdowns at microchip factories, panic-buying by electronics manufacturers, and legions of workers and home-schoolers needing new devices, have put a global squeeze on the electronics market.
Saxon Mullins has fought for years to have affirmative consent added to rape laws.
After years of advocacy by Saxon Mullins, NSW moves from a "no means no" to a "yes means yes" standard of sexual consent.
China has fast-tracked its way onto the red planet, almost matching NASA's capability in a fraction of the time. Its Zhurong rover will become the first to measure Mars's magnetic field.
NFTs are revolutionising the sports memorabilia market. There are huge opportunities to make money, but also big risks.
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Drag Down Under airs this Saturday. It will be intriguing to see how this slick TV show — built on US histories of drag — approaches the Australian drag tradition.
Granting police access to Tinder users' information is problematic for many reasons (even if the intent is to keep people safe).
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This year, with shrinking audiences and pandemic restrictions, there was a bitter irony in the fact women won more Oscars, across new and highly visible categories, than ever before.
Self-driving software will become a key differentiator for highly automated vehicles but the technology is not quite ready yet.
Autonomous vehicles could one day transform urban transport and make roads safer, but some obstacles need to be overcome first.
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Our experts cast their eyes over this list of contemporary fiction, historical fiction, and non-fiction which undertakes impressive trapeze acts across genre boundaries.
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A new interdisciplinary study provides a grim warning to dictators and despots, and even leaders in democracies. Curbing press freedoms may irreversibly damage the economy.
An online survey suggests they found it easier to live, easier to care for their families, and easier to prepare for the world of paid work.
JobKeeper and the COVID Supplement to JobSeeker benefits will be gone in a week. The combined effect will be to halve some recipients' incomes and the rent they can afford.
Victim-survivors want to have their experiences heard and the wrong against them acknowledged — sadly, the opposite often occurs.
Anything but red.. The colour blue was popular in ads for menstrual products, including this Modess ad from the Australian Women’s Weekly in 1959.
Newspapers Collection, State Library Victoria.
For decades, ads for sanitary products shied away from depicting blood or even mentioning menstruation.
Australia's mature-age students often must juggle work, children and study, are studying off campus and have a higher risk of dropping out. Higher education can do better for these 430,000 students.
We have the technology to make it easier for older Australians to pursue active ageing in their own communities. The smart city just needs their input to make it work for them.
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