Why Boris Johnson would be a mistake to succeed Theresa May
If Boris Johnson becomes British PM, the most likely outcome is a no-deal Brexit leavened with the rhetoric of past and future glories of the UK.
Banking royal commission: action on criminality must be swift
There needs to be a swift determination of the criminality of banks and senior individuals in the wake of the royal commission.
Abuse or just an accident? Decoding skeletal trauma in children
It’s confronting work, but research into paediatric skeletal trauma will leave the courts better-informed when ruling on child abuse cases.
Human rights: media's key role in the wake of child detention abuses
Until the federal government consistently upholds its obligations over youth justice abuses, the media must hold systems to account.
How to survive on Mars – a practical guide
Donald Trump may want to send people back to the moon, but what about the practicalities of living on Mars?
Delivering Impact - In Brief
Over coming decades, Australia’s economic prosperity and wellbeing will depend more and more on our ability to foster and sustain a culture of innovation. Universities will be vital to this endeavour, not only in their role as centres for...
Understanding our universe through gravitational wave astronomy
It was a big day for physics: 14 September 2015. Scientists made the first confirmed detection of a gravitational wave – a ripple in space-time theorised by Albert Einstein a century ago, but until that moment unproven.
Francine McNiff Chair in Criminal Jurisprudence, Faculty of Law
Adjunct Research Fellow, Forensic Medicine
Senior Lecturer, Politics & International Relations
Senior Lecturer in Criminology
Lecturer, School of Physics and Astronomy
Professor of Chemistry Education, Faculty of Science
Lecturer, School of Physics & Astronomy
ARC Future Fellow and Associate Professor, School of Physics & Astronomy