The “beautiful struggle” between the environment, the economy and politics was the focus of the French Australian Conversations series launched this week.
Spider silk is stronger than steel and Kevlar. Tapping into its secrets could herald a revolution in manufacturing, writes Sean Blamires.
UNSW academics continue to shine as influential thought leaders on Australia’s largest and most widely read opinion and analysis website.
The US Federal Reserve's annual meeting will signal interest rates, and ultimately the path of the Aussie dollar, writes Richard Holden.
Work parties, Christmas feasts and New Year’s Eve binges. Nutrition expert Rebecca Reynolds offers five tips to avoid a belly like Santa’s this festive season.
Viewing violent television as a child probably increases aggression toward women later in life, writes Tom Denson and Andy Ruddock.
Eating processed meat like bacon every day in no way gives you the same cancer risk as if you smoked a pack of cigarettes each day, but there is a danger all the same, writes Bernard Stewart.
The hyper-sexual world of music videos fascinates so many viewers because it promises that sex is all-around, fast and largely free of charge, writes Rob Brooks.
Antarctica might be the coldest, driest and windiest continent, but it holds a fascination for many including Michael Ashley, Professor of Astrophysics.
The move to buy Motorola Mobility gives Google a major boost in its patent battles with Apple and Microsoft, writes Dr Srikumar Venugopal.