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Want to be buried on your own land, at sea or in a forest? A guide to unconventional send-offs
Choice and control: what can the ACCC do to stop NDIS price gouging and reduce costs?
Curious Kids: why is blood red?
Significant Progress On Breakthrough Cancer Therapy
This group rid one Australian river of its privet problem – and strengthened community along the way
What Australia can learn from Latin America when it comes to tackling violence against women
New report reveals unelected corporate stacking of university boards
Longer-lasting ozone holes over Antarctica expose seal pups and penguin chicks to much more UV
Most bees don’t die after stinging – and other surprising bee facts
How Anzac deaths changed the way we mourn to this day
Stuck in fight-or-flight mode? 5 ways to complete the ‘stress cycle’ and avoid burnout or depression
Textile Recyclers Australia joins UNSW SMaRT Centre’s ARC Microrecycling Research Hub
Program aims to break down dementia stigma in Chinese Australian communities
Bees, oysters and Meals on Wheels: the Grand Challenge projects awarded NSW Smart Sensing Network grants
Australia on track for unprecedented, decades-long megadroughts
New feasibility study to prevent suicide in New South Wales prisons
Who knew that eating poo was so vital for birds’ survival?
Cultural burning is better for Australian soils than prescribed burning, or no burning at all
New Economic Leadership group to drive opportunities for Georges River
Australian homes are getting bigger and bigger, and it’s wiping out gains in energy efficiency
We discovered a ‘gentle touch’ molecule is essential for light tactile sensation in humans – and perhaps in individual cells
Bird And Bee Discoveries In Pacific
Rise And Rise Of Vapes
Secrets in the canopy: scientists discover 8 striking new bee species in the Pacific
Dr. Christina Howley: ‘Working to protect Cape York’s remote waterways is worth the constant challenge’
Japanese scientists collaborate on self-healing ceramics for nuclear reactors
Studying Indigenous songlines to better protect Australia’s whales and dolphins
Dementia Australia announces new CEO
$35M to support development of bioengineered cornea
Community Scholarship Fund springboard for 28 young locals
$35M for life-changing corneal blindness research
New funding fuels ground-breaking research into facial reconstruction methods for cancer patients
You can now order all kinds of medical tests online. Our research shows this is (mostly) a bad idea
Major contract awarded for Mount Ousley interchange
Usher in the Year of the Dragon with Empyrean Landscape art exhibition
From straight to curly, thick to thin: here’s how hormones and chemotherapy can change your hair
A heatwave in Antarctica totally blew the minds of scientists. They set out to decipher it – and here are the results
Is it OK if my child eats lots of fruit but no vegetables?
Ultra-thin lithium strips show great promise as anode material for enhanced lithium ion batteries
Australia’s freight used to go by train, not truck. Here’s how we can bring back rail – and cut emissions
New ecosystem mapping workflow tackles unique challenges of Antarctic continent
Announcing the recipients of the 2024 NLA Scholarships and Asia Study Grants
Applications For Jack Scoble University Scholarship Now Open
Available articles & sources – Living with fire
New medical school programs put doctors where they’re most needed in regional Australia
Artificial intelligence is already in our hospitals. 5 questions people want answered
Sexual assault survivors deserve a gold standard reporting experience
Literacy and Numeracy Expert Panel announced