Unlocking the school gates
Despite its illegality, 'gatekeeping' remains a barrier to inclusive education. But parents can find that knowledge is power in combating the practice.
The setting sun
We usually speak of the sun setting in the west, but technically it only sets due west at the spring and autumn equinoxes.
No bones about it
Researchers are examining the body’s response to developmental defects, in a bid to help prevent disorders such as foetal growth restriction.
Talking 'bout regeneration
For the stem cell researchers at ARMI, one small 'superfish' holds the key to repairing the brain and spinal cord in humans.
Out on a limb
Scientists’ discovery into how mice recover from deformity could lead to new therapies for growth disorders such as dwarfism.
Monash the man ... more than a soldier
By the 1920s, the man after whom Monash University was named was broadly regarded as “the greatest living Australian” .
How women can build a safer world
Could the war on terror be won by listening to and empowering women?
Senior Research Fellow, Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute
Associate Professor, Australian Institute of Regenerative Medicine
Professor of International Relations and Director, of the Gender, Peace and Security Centre
Research Fellow, Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute
Kate de Bruin
Lecturer, Educational Psychology and Inclusive Education
Professor, School of Biological Sciences
Professor and Director of research, Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute
Affiliate, School of Mathematics