Fans of women’s sport around the world are rejecting traditional masculine norms of sports fandom, and developing a counter fan culture.
Stem cells could help regenerate diseased or damaged parts of the body – but first, scientists need to make the cells forget their own histories.
The conference, being held in Brisbane, runs three days, with Albanese delivering his keynote address on Thursday morning
While the actions outlined in the plans are admirable, achieving the set targets will require a significant increase in urgency and funding.
Poccum’s Law provides a best practice, evidence-based model for bail reform which would have prevented Veronica Nelson’s death in custody.
This semi-final is an Australia-England fixture with fewer of the national slights and burdens of history, hierarchy and gender.
Black holes are known for pulling in all kinds of stuff – including light. Here’s how that actually works.
All the evidence points to paid partner’s leave having many benefits for children and families – but Labour’s promise falls short on time and money.
Polling on the Voice continues to provide bad news for the Albanese government and the “yes” campaign.
The people with the worst health often live in rental homes likely to make them sicker, and poor policy could make it worse.
The tiny, mouse-like planigales are some of the smallest marsupials around – and there are two more species of them than anybody realised.
Humans have been making symbols for numbers for thousands of years. Different cultures developed their own symbols, but all use addition and multiplication, suggesting arithmetic is a universal truth.
New EU rules require social media platforms to take down flagged posts within 24 hours – and modelling shows that’s fast enough to have a dramatic effect on the spread of harmful content.
Outgoing Qantas chief Alan Joyce appeared on Monday with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese to unveil the livery
Having a small backyard in outer suburban developments doesn’t make up for everything else that’s missing in these new neighbourhoods.
Reform for artificial intelligence is urgent. If we cut through the hype and self-interest, Australian law can promote responsible and safe AI.