FIFA's confidence that there is "no systematic doping in football" seems misplaced given the evidence from other football codes, writes Jason Mazanov.
The prospect of increasing private funding for community services raises questions about relationships between governments, markets and communities, write Natasha Cortis and Megan Blaxland.
Almost two-thirds of parents are foggy on the facts around cannabis use and its effects, despite believing they hold the primary responsibility for the drug education of their children, according to a new survey.
US President Barack Obama has outlined plans to enhance collaboration between Australian and US photovoltaics researchers following bilateral meetings with Prime Minister Tony Abbott.
A UNSW-led team of researchers has discovered how algae that survive in very low levels of light are able to switch on and off a weird quantum phenomenon that occurs during photosynthesis.
UNSW is the student start-up capital of Australia, with more than 200 start-ups currenty part of NewSouth Innovations' entrepreneurship scheme. A new video series, Young Entrepreneurs, showcases students and recent graduates pitching their big ideas.
To understand why we fart, you need to know something about the volume of gases produced in the bowels first, writes Terry Bolin.
Queensland’s appointment of Tim Carmody as Chief Justice of that state’s Supreme Court is, without doubt, the most controversial judicial appointment in the nation’s history, writes Andrew Lynch.
Replica tents, toys created from old car tyres, and bedding, food and cooking equipment will help Sydneysiders understand the daily realities of living in a refugee camp.
An Australia-first research centre that brings together leaders in academia, industry and defence will focus on the biggest cyber security threats facing the nation.