Mary Astell: feminism and philosophy in 17th-century Britain
British writer Mary Astell is a shining example of how women have long played a role in shaping modern philosophical thought.
When sex is at steak: beefing up men's desire for meat
New research shows that sexually motivated men are more likely to seek a steak.
Making New Year's resolutions personal could actually make them stick
Because generic goals don't necessarily tap into our personal motivations, we may not follow through.
INSPIRE: a framework to change behaviour for the better
Governments around the world are turning to behavioural science to find better ways to persuade people to act.
An outdoor gallery that began in the Ice Age
Rock carvings dating back tens of thousands of years provide a window into the deep prehistory of indigenous Australia.
Disgusting or delicious? The case for rethinking food choices
Anyone for rotten shark? Fried tarantula? When it comes to food choices, one person's disgusting is another's delicacy.
New neuroscience laboratory a playground for the brain
Innovative treatment approaches to compulsions and addictions are the focus of the new neuroscience research lab, BrainPark.
An infectious passion for knowledge
Unable to satisfy her desire to help people through medicine alone, Naba Masad Alfayadh founded a social enterprise that empowers young people through education.
Many budding entrepreneurs spend years trying to find their one big idea. For lawyer Sarah Holloway, a recreational love of matcha came first; a thriving business, second.
The nature of quality in teaching and learning
Far from the perception that it's a straightforward practice, teaching is a highly complex profession.
What is parricide and how common is it in Australia?
The killing of a parent by his or her child is a relatively uncommon form of family violence. We need to know much more about it to prevent it.
Twice around the block for Malaysian luminary
Life has come full circle for Malaysian professor and nation-building advocate Mahendhiran Nair.
Antartica to Everest
Liam Suckling is on the grandest of adventures, one that will take him 160,000 kilometres around the globe and – all going well – to the top of the highest mountains of every continent.
In their daily decision-making challenges CEOs need to learn to embrace fear
Vulnerabilities are an occupational hazard for CEOs. Fear is the manifest human emotion that comes with it.
Exposing modern slavery - Episode 7: A Different Lens
Slavery is happening today. How do we stop the exploitation of people globally?
A breakthrough in reducing mosquito-spread diseases with Wolbachia
A global program in which mosquitoes are implanted with a common bacteria is preventing the spread of viruses such as dengue, Zika and chikungunya – and could help tens of millions of people.
Facebook, Cambridge Analytica and commercialising humanity
The privacy scandal engulfing Facebook and Cambridge Analytica raises the question of how to regulate online networks where all users can produce content.
Therapy dogs can help reduce student stress, anxiety and improve school attendance
Research shows therapy dogs can be beneficial for students in many ways, including reducing stress and anxiety, and helping students feel more excited about participating in classroom activities.
Buyer beware: greater bankruptcy disclosure required for franchisees
Bankruptcy rates among franchisees can be a dirty little secret for franchises, but there may be a simple fix.
From Sleeping Beauty to the Frog Prince – why we shouldn't ban fairytales
Fairytales are increasingly being targeted for "inappropriate" messages, but these stories have always evolved, and talk of banning them is misguided.
South Africa's 'Cape Crusaders', the politics of rugby and historical amnesia
South Africans supporting visiting NZ Zealand rugby teams took root as an expression of defiance against apartheid.
Mining’s new fly-in fly-out workers
AI, robotics, advanced vision systems and drone-building are redefining one of the oldest sciences – geology.
How to teach your kids to think more critically about money
Good financial decision making is about more than avoiding debt or having a budget, it's about critically analysing your options
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