Five Tips When Driving To Avoid Car Damage

Being able to drive is a luxury that many of us have, and it certainly does make living a little easier, especially if we rely on commuting to and from work or needing a car to go on holiday or to see...

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Yes, GetUp fights for progressive causes, but it is not a political party – and is not beholden to one

GetUp has been in the Coalition's firing line for a number of years now, which is not surprising, given its lobbying efforts for left-wing causes.Dan Himbrechts/AAPOver the weekend, Prime Minister Sco...

Krystian Seibert, Industry Fellow, Centre for Social Impact, Swinburne University of Technology - avatar Krystian Seibert, Industry Fellow, Centre for Social Impact, Swinburne University of Technology

Rethink inheritances. These days they no longer help the young, they go to the already middle-aged

Most inheritances go to middle-aged Australians who don't need help.ShutterstockInheritances can have an enormous impact on finances and lives. Yet in Australia we know surprisingly little about who g...

Owain Emslie, Associate, Grattan Institute - avatar Owain Emslie, Associate, Grattan Institute

We built a network of greenhouses and rain shelters to simulate what climate change will do to soils

Mimicking the future.Joe Fontaine, Author providedAs most of the science community knows, the climate emergency is here now. Weather extremes such as droughts and heatwaves are increasing in frequency...

Anna Hopkins, Lecturer in conservation biology and microbial ecology, Edith Cowan University - avatar Anna Hopkins, Lecturer in conservation biology and microbial ecology, Edith Cowan University

Climate change may change the way ocean waves impact 50% of the world’s coastlines

The rise in sea levels is not the only way climate change will affect the coasts. Our research, published today in Nature Climate Change, found a warming planet will also alter ocean waves along more ...

Mark Hemer, Principal Research Scientist, Oceans and Atmosphere, CSIRO - avatar Mark Hemer, Principal Research Scientist, Oceans and Atmosphere, CSIRO

Curious Kids: how does our blood fight viruses like chicken pox and colds?

When you're feeling sick, your immune system is fighting to get you well again.www.shuttershock.com , CC BYIf you have a question you’d like an expert to answer, send it to curiouskids@theconver...

Archana Koirala, Paediatrician and Infectious Diseases Specialist, University of Sydney - avatar Archana Koirala, Paediatrician and Infectious Diseases Specialist, University of Sydney

How clay helped shape colonial Sydney

A large bowl or pan thought to have been made in Sydney by the potter Thomas Ball between 1801 and 1823.Courtesy of Casey & Lowe, photo by Russell WorkmanIn April 2020, Australia will mark 250 yea...

Nick Pitt, PhD candidate, UNSW - avatar Nick Pitt, PhD candidate, UNSW

Rethink inheritances. These days they no longer help the young, they go to the already middle-aged

Most inheritances go to middle-aged Australians who don't need help.ShutterstockInheritances can have an enormous impact on finances and lives. Yet in Australia we know surprisingly little about who g...

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Guatemala: Corrupción, inseguridad son los primeros retos para el próximo presidente

Alejandro Giammattei es un ex director de sistema penitenciario cuyo mandato se vio empañado por el asesinato de siete prisioneros en 2006 durante una redada policial. Fue acusado, pero nunca e...

Naomi Roht-Arriaza, Distinguished Professor of Law, University of California, Hastings - avatar Naomi Roht-Arriaza, Distinguished Professor of Law, University of California, Hastings

Cómo enseñar mejor a nuestros hijos en la era del big data

Los niños no se definen por números. Chatchai Kritsetsakul/shutterstock.comEn la reunión de padres y maestros, me senté a un lado de la mesa frente a la maestra de mi hijo ...

Katie Headrick Taylor, Assistant Professor of Learning Sciences and Human Development, University of Washington - avatar Katie Headrick Taylor, Assistant Professor of Learning Sciences and Human Development, University of Washington

Stem cells could regenerate organs – but only if the body won't reject them

Lab-grown organs may not be so easy to transplant into a patient. ValentinaKru/Shutterstock.comMany of the most common diseases, like heart failure, liver failure, Type 1 diabetes and Parkinson’...

Tobias Deuse, Professor of Surgery, University of California, San Francisco - avatar Tobias Deuse, Professor of Surgery, University of California, San Francisco

Ocean warming has fisheries on the move, helping some but hurting more

An Atlantic cod on ice. Cod fisheries in the North Sea and Irish Sea are declining due to overfishing and climate change.Robert F. Bukaty/APClimate change has been steadily warming the ocean, which a...

Chris Free, Postdoctoral Scholar, University of California, Santa Barbara - avatar Chris Free, Postdoctoral Scholar, University of California, Santa Barbara

Bring on the technology bans!

Is there still time to reach the 'off' button?Raul Topan/Shutterstock.comIn mid-July 2019, Oakland, California, became the third U.S. city to ban municipal departments from using facial recognition te...

Kentaro Toyama, W. K. Kellogg Professor of Community Information, University of Michigan - avatar Kentaro Toyama, W. K. Kellogg Professor of Community Information, University of Michigan

5 tips for college students to avoid burnout

Keeping sight of the reasons you're in college helps stave off burnout. WAYHOME studio/Shutterstock.comBurnout is a stress-related state of exhaustion and often leads to feelings of isolation, low acc...

Ryan Korstange, Assistant Professor of University Studies, Middle Tennessee State University - avatar Ryan Korstange, Assistant Professor of University Studies, Middle Tennessee State University