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When bushfire experts disagree

Science relies on dispute – especially in the face of the climate crisis. The 2019–20 megafires are seared into the minds of most Australians in...

Where’s my flying car?

The Jetsons cartoons gave a boomer generation a vision of seemingly magical powered flying vehicles. Are we any closer? Mark Pesce wonders if aero-autos...

COVID Booster

Five things science learned about COVID-19 this week. Pandemic affected Australia’s mental health Around one in five Australians had an increase in symptoms and intensity of...

The questions of long COVID

Many mysteries remain around those who don’t quite recover from COVID-19. Roughly a year after it became apparent that COVID-19 was not just another flu,...

Olympic genes to go higher, faster, stronger?

Sports doping experts have been sounding warnings about gene engineering for decades, and its dire implications for clean competition. With the Tokyo Olympics around...

What if instead of blaming readers of misinformation, we showed them how to tell the difference between facts and falsehoods?

Fake news can have fatal consequences, and the technology already exists to help the people most affected stay safe. Now all we have to...

Victorian rivers aren’t recovering from drought

One third of water catchments are struggling. One-third of Victorian water catchments have not recovered eight years after severe drought, according to a new paper...

95% of cell lines used in clinical research of European descent

Scientists say pre-clinical cellular research needs to be diversified. The basis for medical research is the pre-clinical research phase, which almost invariably focuses on cellular...

Bushfire experts clash over logging impacts

Did forest management contribute to the severity of the Black Summer bushfires? A new report claims that past logging and wildfire disturbance had little effect...

Bronze Age migrations changed the genomics and culture of ancient Italians

Pontic-Caspian Steppe culture and genes found in Italian burial sites. Ancient DNA has told the story of how Bronze Age Italians interacted with people from...

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