Facial Tumours aren’t the only transmissible disease impacting on Tasmanian Devils. Associate Professor Michelle Power and her team have been investigating the ecosystem of microbes devils carry around with them.
An innovative research collaboration between human geographers and Yolngu women as part of Bawaka Country in north east Arnhem Land – celebrating the awarding of Laklak Burarrwanga’s honorary doctorate.
Human-Animal Studies (HAS) is a rapidly growing field worldwide in which researchers from a range of disciplines explore our complex relationship with the animal world, both now and in the past.
Learning music is associated with many things, but until recently it wasn’t correlated with statistical ability. Dr Pragati R Mandikal Vasuki has been teasing out the exact nature of this correlation and what it might mean.
Resource security is a grave concern not just for burgeoning economies like India and China but also for developed regions like the EU, USA and Australia.
Due to increase in the cross-cultural diversity within the auditing profession and globalisation of accounting firms, auditing standard setters and practitioners have emphasised on the need of understanding cultural influences on auditing, especially in non-Anglo-American contexts.
The question of whether swearing in public should be a criminal offence was highlighted recently by a Sydney Local Court decision in dismissed three offensive language charges. These offensive language crimes are broadly drafted provisions that allow police and judicial officers significant discretion in policing and adjudicating offensiveness.
Australian universities have 65,000 Higher Degree Research (HDR) candidates in 2015. As high as one-third of doctoral candidates feel isolated or lack a sense of belonging to the wider research community.
According to the Fédération Internationale de Football Association, football is the fastest growing team sport for women in the world, projected to expand from the current 30 million to almost 50 million players by 2019.
Living in Australia for an extended period of time offers opportunities for language learning, skills acquisition, and cultural exchange. In 2015, over 14,000 young German nationals embarked on a work and travel gap year, constituting the largest group of working holidaymakers from a non-English speaking background.