Rod Lamberts examines the value of science, making the point that its value shouldn't just be talked about in dollar terms.
Megan Evans, Australian National University; Anna Renwick, The University of Queensland; Josie Carwardine, CSIRO, and Tara Martin, CSIRO...
Melissa Jogie, Australian National University
If you look at the texts you studied at school, you’ll probably find they were quite similar...
Christian Barry examines illegal downloading and intellectual property rights, or piracy.
Research Fellow Haroro J. Ingram looks at the communication channels used to disseminate information on Syria's war.
Adam Henschke looks at the federal government's changes to access to metadata and what it means for whistleblowers.
Kyla Tienhaara, Australian National University, Sharon Friel, Australian National University and Deborah Gleeson, La Trobe University;...
Sasha Grishin, Australian National University
By the time Dennis Nona turned 35, in 2008, he was hot property on the Australian art market...
Andrew Glikson, Australian National University
Not long ago, asteroid impacts weren’t considered as a significant factor in the evolution...
Dejan Stojanovic, Australian National University
You might have seen recently that swift parrots – little green parrots that migrate...
Nigel Martin, Australian National University and John Rice, University of New England
It’s said that success has many fathers, while...
Professor David Lindenmayer looks at Australia's forestry agreements.
Research published today in Nature Climate Change shows that the world has actually become greener over the past decade.
PhD student Alexandra Roginski believes letters will live on, even though technology is changing the way we communicate with each other.
Adjunct Professor Richard Denniss examines the politics around the cross bench in the Senate.
The ANU College of Law's Kevin Boreham discusses the human rights issues facing Iraq.
Coal seam gas (CSG) is one of the most controversial issues bubbling through the New South Wales election campaign, writes Dr James Horne.
Dr Matthew Rimmer writes about the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the issue of divestment.
Professor Sasha Grishin on the current dispute over two paintings, based in Melbourne, by artist Brett Whiteley.
There may be hundreds of millions of planets like Earth that could host life, says Dr Charley Lineweaver.