Revelations show that the State Security Agency did little to safeguard the country and much to protect Zuma's political faction and to funnel public money into private ends.
A sweeping review of Australia's national security laws has recommended a new single legislative framework governing electronic surveillance activities.
Artefacts suggest a ‘great leap’, a recent evolution of modern intelligence. Fossils and DNA argue that’s an illusion.
Attempts to find brain structures responsible for supposed cognitive sex differences have not succeeded.
A report by committee of MPs says the UK took its eye off the ball on Russian interference in British politics – but provides little concrete evidence.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has emphasised inclusive decision-making informed by scientific evidence. Such an approach would serve to depoliticise and rationalise decision-making.
The growth mindset theory holds a person's beliefs about their ability can be developed through effort. The fixed mindset holds a person's abilities are fixed and can't be changed.
To understand how much thinking a brain can do, look at how much blood - and therefore how much energy - it uses.
Humans evolved through a series of highly unlikely events – so finding another intelligence like us would be like winning the lottery many times over.
We have not been able to develop an intelligence workforce that can keep up with the speed of advancing technologies and their threat to our national security.
We don't know for sure which one is smarter, because not everyone agrees on what "intelligence" means. Both have their own special behaviours and skills and we can't say who is more intelligent.
Plants clearly lack brains but does all intelligence have to look like our own?
Previous studies that explored whether chess improves children's cognitive abilities have had mixed results. We found playing chess wasn't linked to better standardised test scores.
A new report has found a major gender gap persists in Australia's diplomatic, defence and intelligence fields. Australia needs good ideas, and we cannot assume they will all come from the same place.
Cutting Huawei out of the picture would limit Western access to new, state-of-the art technology.
Cyber attacks need two components – the tools to exploit vulnerabilities and the people with the expertise to deploy them.
The effort to edit the genes of Chinese twins implies that all our traits are determined by our genes. But changing our diet, environment, lifestyle and microbes may have a greater effect.
The legislation also will enable the Foreign Minister to specify extra people, such
as a hostage, who may be protected by an ASIS staffer or agent.
Genetic research on human behaviour has long been linked with eugenics and continues to attract interest from far-right groups.
Genetics play a large role in how well someone does at university.