Tiniest kangaroo under symposium spotlight

Unlocking an evolutionary puzzle through studying tropical Australia’s musky rat-kangaroos, the only living macropodoid that does not hop, is the focus of Flinders University PhD student […]

Heartburn treatment a poor match to cancer drug

Use of a common heartburn treatment in bladder cancer patients has been linked to significantly poorer health outcomes when patients are simultaneously taking a frequently prescribed […]

Youths beware of bullying by best friends

We wouldn’t expect best friends to bully each other – but they can in unexpected ways. Sometimes, bullying behaviour by young people that would usually be […]

Meth inhalation risk in former home labs

Families unknowingly living in properties previously used as methamphetamine or ‘ice’ labs could be suffering from significant risks of inhalation and skin exposure as meth moves […]

New directory connects medical device sector

The Medical Device Partnering Program today launches Australia’s first dedicated online Capability Directory for the medical device sector, to boost innovation and development of cutting-edge medical […]

Why rats would win Australian survivor

Australian rodents skulls all correspond to one simple, size-dependent shape that is more than ten million years old but it turns out this lack of change […]

Investor leadership sends a strong message

Prominent Australian archaeologists are praising the actions of shareholders to hold Rio Tinto to account for the blasting activity that decimated 46,000 year-old Aboriginal rock shelters […]