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A new study shows Palorchestes azael had unique elbows unlike any other mammal – which may have contributed to its extinction.
Two starkly different research projects at East Gippsland's Cloggs Cave, 50 years apart, show the importance of Indigenous perspectives in archaeology.
A 2050 net zero goal will provide clarity, ambition and focus. But Scott Morrison must back rhetoric with investment and policy commensurate with the task.
A Scanlon Foundation Research Institute report, led by Monash University, has found the COVID-19 pandemic did not impact Australia's social cohesion
Only 38% of Year 10 students reached the benchmark of knowledge on civics and citizenship required for their year level in 2019.
Healthcare education is in need of a major overhaul if it's to address the sector’s climate change impact.
President Joe Biden's message of hope is in stark contrast to his predecessor, and is key to healing a deeply divided US.
An aggressive US climate policy rollout could provide a dose of reality to the climate discourse in Canberra – showing the transition can be done.