Dr Lauren Monds writes in today's Sydney Morning Herald on the causes and possible symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, citing the recent plane crash in Melbourne.
What will a changed HSC English curriculum mean for teachers and students? Associate Professor Jackie Manuel explains.
Research shows that attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is associated with the delayed development of five brain regions, and should be considered a brain disorder, writes Dr Alison Poulton.
The University of Sydney’s new MOOC centres on the development of practical skills and their application to real astronomy examples.
Before designing one of the animal kingdom’s tallest structures, common in Australia’s Top End, ancestors of these termite fortress builders rafted from Asia or South America about 10 million years ago, research has found.
A scheme aimed at improving oral health and reducing obesity in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities has installed cold fresh water in Boggabilla’s school – and now also its town park.
A world-first study testing new underwater cameras on wild dolphins has given researchers the best view yet into their hidden marine world.
Industry-sponsored studies are more likely to favour products of pharmaceuticals and medical devices than non-industry funded research, a new study reveals.
A tax on sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) in Australia would be just as logical as existing mandatory controls on alcohol and tobacco, a leading obesity expert argues in the latest Medical Journal of Australia (MJA).
To win back its dwindling constituency, the Nationals would need to adopt some of the social justice policies espoused by Labor, writes Associate Professor Michael Hogan in The Guardian.