It's a disease that has baffled health professionals for years, but our researchers have taken a significant step forward in understanding migraine.
It’s vital to ensure that youth put behind bars have been properly assessed before sentencing. This is particularly important for Australians affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD).
How do you best prepare for your exams in humanities subjects? Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), Professor Duncan Ivison, shares some tips.
The deep discipline-based knowledge and skills of our graduates must be accompanied by attributes that will prepare them better for the future, argues Dr Michael Spence.
If declining participation in maths and science continues, Australians can no longer think of themselves as belonging to the clever country, writes Dr Rachel Wilson.
Mobile service improves oral health and provides scholarships and career pathways for hundreds of Aboriginal people.
The newly established Wingara Mura Leadership Program will support outstanding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates to gain qualifications and professional roles across the University.
Other than some quick self-surgery at the start, the film The Martian does not touch on the medical aspects of survival on Mars or the long trip to and from the red planet, writes Dr Nial Wheate.
By so comprehensively rejecting a challenge to political donation laws by a property developer this week, the High Court has opened the way for more comprehensive reform at the state and federal level, writes Anne Twomey.
Physicists at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems have devised a way to use diamonds to target tumours. The research was published in Nature Communications and led by Professor David Reilly.