There is one simple solution to the debate on making childcare more affordable in Australia, writes Richard Holden.
A UNSW review of the proposed Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement has found potential economic gains may come at a cost to Australians' health.
To perform well, an employee needs to know not only what to do, but why it matters, writes Deborah Blackman.
Aboriginal legends could offer a vast untapped record of natural history, including meteorite strikes, stretching back thousands of years, UNSW research suggests.
Building a large dedicated museum of Applied Arts and Sciences at Parramatta, in one of Sydney’s central hubs, makes good sense both as policy and as politics, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.
A process of viral mutation, known as “genetic drift”, could compromise efforts to combat the world's worst known epidemic of Ebola, writes Peter White.
Wanting to use YouTube for science communication is one thing, but reaching an audience is not always guaranteed, write Dustin Welbourne and Will J Grant.
Mitochondrial DNA offers an incomplete picture of people's ancestry, and consumers and scientists alike should be aware the technology promises much more than it can deliver, writes Darren Curnoe.
If you're selling property and want a good price, you might want to enlist an attractive real estate agent, new research shows.
A study that sequenced 100 pancreatic cancer genomes for the first time provides a new understanding of the disease’s origin and may help guide future treatment.