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Australian Prime Minister urged to do “right thing” for thousands of stranded seafarers
UBC professor offers poetry in troubled times
Urban birds need to be smart or fast-breeding
Singer urges support to protect world’s most marginalised
Thousands Apply to Join NASA’s Artemis Generation, #BeAnAstronaut
Oldest ever human genetic evidence clarifies dispute over our ancestors
Experts call for health and climate change warning labels on petrol pumps
Working towards a common humanity with ‘Stories from a Migrant City’
FFA teams up with Australian Red Cross to support Australian community’s response to COVID-19
Call for a Global Plan for Human Survival
A self-adaptive invisibility cloak developed in ZJU
World Vision Welcomes G20 Statement – CEO
A study published in ‘Science’ finds Neanderthals were pioneers in marine resource exploitation
IMAS researcher’s grant to help boost sustainability in coastal fisheries
Global ceasefire could help protect lives of 415 million children
Muslim Youth Provide a Helping Hand
World Poetry Day: Young people in war zones across world share heart-wrenching poems calling for peace
A landmark plan for realizing fusion energy and advancing plasma science
Michigan Tech’s World Water Day Moves Online
Curtin unveils new sculpture to honour former Prime Minister John Curtin
A selection of three films, including premiere and in-competition screening of Monique
A&S dean’s book stokes children’s imagination, wonder
PM statement on coronavirus 16 March 2020
Weizmann Institute of Science is Exploring Ways to Assist with Coronavirus Testing
Dragonflies awaken entrepreneurship spirit at QUT startup weekend
Speculative machines produce existential wonder
Studying Water’s Flow Will Help Preserve Access to Life-Sustaining Resource
Get ready to laugh, cry and sing your heart out because Rolling Thunder Vietnam comes to Brisbane
How Millets sustained Mongolia’s Empires
Potassium Metal Battery Emerges as a Rival to Lithium-Ion Technology
Ocean changes almost starved life of oxygen
Curiosity, conversation and cultural celebration
Social networks accelerate cultural evolution in hunter-gatherers
Hunter-Gatherer Networks Accelerated Human Evolution
CSA contract giant leap towards launching Western into Space
Quezon’s Game, Critically-Acclaimed Presidential Biopic, Lands in Australian Theatres
Our nation remembers Rwanda peacekeepers
War creates a ‘boys’ club’
Sheet Music May Be an Effective Guide For Understanding Human Brain Activity
Theologian calls for renewed debate on Catholics sharing communion
VU Theatre performs classic ‘Uncle Vanya’ with modern twists Feb. 14-22
Italy and FAO highlight importance of Mediterranean diet for sustainable management of land
Scientists warn of worldwide insect decline
75th Anniversary of end of Holocaust
Fellows recognised in 2020 Australia Day honours
Why isn’t New Zealand represented?
Food donations show ‘fine’ generosity