Children with a particularly lethal cancer could benefit from potentially life-saving treatment, following breakthrough work led by researchers at UNSW.
Poisoning of dingoes – the top predators in the Australian bush – has a deleterious effect on small native mammals such as marsupial mice and bandicoots, a UNSW-led study shows.
Ultimately the truth will emerge about why Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 disappeared on Saturday, and hopefully the causes of the tragedy will provide important lessons to make flying even safer, writes Jason Middleton.
The Privacy Commissioner's expanded powers to enforce the Act, including penalties for serious breaches, will be of limited value unless their use is transparent and visible, writes Graham Greenleaf.
After 9/11, there were two kinds of lawyer: those who betrayed the rule of law, and those who were inspired to its defence, according to UCLA Professor Richard Abel, who delivers the 2014 Hal Wootten Lecture on 13 March.
Opinion & Analysis
Uganda's anti-homosexuality laws are not only incredibly regressive, they could have far-reaching health implications of grave concern to Australia and the world, writes Jed Horner.
If the Commission of Audit wants to paint the true picture it needs to subject tax deductions, rebates and exemptions to the same standard of scrutiny applied to other expenditures, writes Dale Boccabella.