Ada banyak semut yang hidup di Bumi.
Semut adalah makhluk kecil yang menguasai dunia. Jadi, para peneliti memutuskan untuk menghitung jumlah semua semut di Bumi.
State Library of Western Australia
Will a 600-year-old Chinese Buddhist sculpture change Australian history? The known history of Western Australia gives a much simpler explanation.
Once abundant, woylies – or brush-tailed bettongs – are now critically endangered.
To give native species their best chance of survival, we have to embrace ecosystem-based conservation – rather than trying to rescue individual species in isolation.
Understanding and finding ways to reduce our financial stress – and its emotional impact on us – can help make this challenging time a bit easier.
The new national autism guideline says that we should remember to honour childhood. Sometimes that can get lost amid a weekly schedule of therapy sessions.
Para pelajar SMA Negeri I Kupang, NTT mengikuti kegiatan belajar mengajar yang kini dimulai pukul 05.30 WITA.
(ANTARA FOTO/Kornelis Kaha)
Para ahli sepakat bahwa jam masuk sekolah SMA yang ideal minimal pukul 8.30. Bahkan, di Inggris, menggeser waktu masuk sekolah ke jam 10.00 pagi dapat meningkatkan kualitas belajar siswa sebesar 12%.
Rally taking place in Germany in solidarity of the protestors in Iran
Critics have said Australia should impose tougher sanctions on Iranian officials for the regime’s crackdown on protesters. But sanctions alone are not likely to work.
Large painting of a crocodile attributed to Majumbu along with two child hand stencils.
Photograph courtesy of the Melbourne Museum, object 019930, object size 2.94m by 1.03m
Majumbu’s work sits in the Melbourne Museum, but until now he has not been named as the artist.
The new guideline was developed by a group of researchers, clinicians, and autistic people. They consulted with more than 1,000 community members.
Astronomers have detected a radio glow caused by shockwaves in the gigantic filaments between galaxy clusters in the ‘cosmic web’ which pervades the Universe.
Warner Bros. Games
The new Harry Potter game, Hogwarts Legacy, has generated a lot of controversy, which is reflected within the gameplay itself.
Susan Sontag’s sense of the danger of a photographic relationship to reality is not only relevant today, but positively prescient.
Ancient rocks from Western Australia may not contain the world’s oldest fossils – but they do preserve organic compounds that may have formed the raw materials for the first living cells.
Why are Australian black swans so quick to die from bird flu? A new genome study comparing them to their bird brethren helps to unravel the mystery.
Tree of Books, Artwork by Jan Reymond.
Coming of age stories in young adult and graphic novels can provide ways of thinking about a seemingly intractable conflict.
The idea we know more about the Moon than the deep sea is seductive – but it’s 70 years out of date.
Former MP Dr Kerryn Phelps’ COVID vaccination experience has prompted discussion about severe side effects after COVID vaccines. Here’s how they’re tracked, confirmed and prevented.
Photo by Heike Steinweg
Salonika Burning, set on the first world war’s eastern front, grapples with the question of how to represent the loss and absurdity of war.
Humans are expert pattern-finders. But artificial intelligence tools are better at trawling through vast data sets to find anything from waste dumps to heat-tolerant corals.
Kiwirrkurra Community, Gibson Desert, North Australia.
Kim Mahood understands that frontiers have always been places of interchange, where overt power disparities often come disquietingly undone.