It's a war of words that has waged across the internet. Or should that be the Internet? Look, I thought we'd all agreed to not capitalise it, writes Anne Treasure.
Australians are busy at work. We report very high levels of intensive working compared to other industrialised countries.
Yesterday we learned that our collective support for Holden is coming to an end. After all, this country is one of the most expensive places in the world to...
New research claims genetics play an important role in the exam results of British teenagers, even more important than their home life or their teachers.
After a spate of fatal shark attacks over the past two years, Western Australia has released a radical new shark plan that will see large sharks removed and...
Cognitive bias modification is a new approach to treating emotional problems. It holds considerable promise for the remote delivery of mental health interventions.
Since June, thanks to the information disclosed by National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden, a troubling truth has come to light.
General Motors has confirmed it will cease manufacturing in Australia from 2017, citing a “perfect storm of negative influences”.
In 1980 we set up a large long-term study of 2,500 men in Caerphilly, South Wales, to monitor their health habits and work out what five healthy behaviours were...
Scientists are increasingly turning to social media to publicise their research. While some see Twitter and Facebook as a bit of fun, others find online tools are...
Many fine words of tribute were uttered as some of the world’s most powerful people gather to pay tribute to former President Nelson Mandela. But it was a word...
Foreign Policy's Jonathan Kaiman welcome's you to Dharamsala, population 20,000 and one of the most hacked places in the world.
'Mandate' is a word that slips effortlessly from the lips of our politicians. But what does it mean, and how does it work in Australia's Westminster-based...
A life magnificently lived in the service of humanity. This is why there is such a simultaneously outpouring of grief and celebration with the passing of Nelson...
For a child growing up in Adelaide, an act of vilification against her family sparked a passion for Nelson Mandela’s cause.
It might be reality television, but you'd be surprised what RuPaul’s Drag Race can teach us about everyday life, writes Liam Casey.
If industrial output is declining, shouldn’t we expect emissions to be declining? Mike Sandiford comments.
As we mark the Coalition’s first few months in power, Luke Menzies collates a list of climate change and science policy decisions since the election.
A toppled statue does not make a revolution, writes James Rodgers.
We mustn't sacrifice our digital ownership and usage rights for the sake of convenience, writes Neerav Bhatt.
As the world mourns the passing Nelson Mandela, we also commemorate the 65th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, writes...
Although I’m a futurist, I have absolutely no idea what information and communications technology will look like in 50 years time, writes Matthew Sorell.
Click bait and search engine optimisation are two of the most common ways of encouraging online readership, writes Rohan Miller.
With the withdrawal from its European destinations, Qantas now needs to strengthen its Asia strategy as soon as possible, writes Shane Zhang.
Nelson Mandela's passing is a reminder of the obligations that African leaders have towards their own countries and citizens, Stefan Wolff.
Australians have always had to live with bushfires - but climate change is driving that fire danger even higher, writes Lesley Hughes.
At a time when major intervention will be needed to correct Australia’s systemic housing affordability problems, Rebecca L.H. Chiu looks at global strategies.
Kerry Mallans looks at the role literature plays in the relationship between Australia and Asia.
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Pope Francis has been named Time magazine's person of the year, with Edward Snowden grabbing the runner-up accolade.
Gay activists in India say they will consider an appeal against a court ruling which has outlawed gay sex.
Amnesty International has slammed the Department of Immigration's rushed aged assessment process of asylum seekers being sent to Manus Island.
As the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse continues, support organisations say they're being overwhelmed with calls for assistance.
Labor has called on the coalition to reconsider a decision that will deny a Somali woman facial reconstruction surgery for gunshot wounds.