A team of Australian scientists led by UNSW Sydney palaeontologist Lachlan Hart has calculated the body mass of two ancient amphibians.
While baked goods are likely to be safe, affected poppy seeds made into a tea can lead to seizures or cardiac arrests.
The risk of repeat self-harm in young people is highest in the first month after an initial self-harm hospital presentation.
The two projects aim to produce materials used in electronic, magnetic, and optical devices and infrastructure for the bioprinting of 3D models of organs and tissues.
UNSW academics are included on Research.com's list of best female scientists in the world, while four female alumni and an academic have been lauded in Sunday Life’s trailblazers issue.
A better understanding of loneliness can help us identify when our social needs might be going unmet.
An alternative approach to welfare could replace policies that are failing to address homelessness.
In cases where human rights are abused through the economic activity of a large corporation, signing a waiver of one’s rights in exchange for compensation is often grossly inadequate.
Bats host many viruses dangerous to humans. But it’s only when their habitats are destroyed that we’re at risk.
Increased corporate awareness of the risks of modern slavery isn’t translating into effective practices to reduce it.