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Bipolar disorder: we’ve pinpointed the brain areas which drive mood bias
Pupil Dilation Decreases With Age
We think we control our health – but corporations selling forever chemicals, fossil fuels and ultra-processed foods have a much greater role
Reforms needed to tackle greedy academic publishers
Social smarts trump genetics when it comes to cluey magpies
Federal Government’s interim AI response a sensible first step
Chicken whisperers: humans crack clucking code
How Open Science Can Both Advance and Hinder Equity in Research
Northern bees at risk from insecticide
Two questions, hundreds of scientists, no easy answers: how small differences in data analysis make huge differences in results
Decision-making mechanisms go awry in OCD brains: study
NSF-Funded Project Will Expand Access to Open-Source Geospatial Program
From glowing cats to wombats, fluorescent mammals are much more common than you’d think
Training Quantum Computers: Physicists Win IBM Award
Position Statement-Freedom and Responsibility of Science
Here Comes Sun
Scientific fraud is rising, and automated systems won’t stop it. We need research detectives
Australia-Africa relations the focus of Curtin’s new engagement centre
Synchrotron techniques reveal structural details of fossilised fragment of a rare Australian dinosaur skull
95-million-year-old sauropod dinosaur skull first of its kind in Australia
First near-complete sauropod dinosaur skull found in Australia hints at ancient links between continents
MRC Impact Prize for initiative helping to improve the relevance of clinical trials
Industry and Science Minister Ed Husic’s Welcome speech to Science Meets Parliament 2023
Scientists just revealed the most detailed geological model of Earth’s past 100 million years
What drives children to choose compassion
Too much sex and not enough sleep is deadly for endangered marsupial
Launch of global individual patient data platform for tuberculosis treatment
Prehistoric reptile casts turn out to be copies of priceless fossil destroyed in WWII
How are birdsongs composed? Listening to Australian pied butcherbird
Scientists unearth another brain-shrinking mammal
Lifestyle, not surgery key to combating stroke
Lifestyle, not surgery key to combating stroke, Monash University study shows