Experiments on two opposing theories of language processing suggest both could be true.

A parliamentary committee has called for more transparency on universities’ Confucius Institutes.

The ALP says First Nations languages would be taught in schools if it wins the upcoming election.

The state and federal governments remain committed to a national digital ID system.

The Productivity Commission is working on a review of Australia’s Closing the Gap agreement.

A newly-formed education policy unit in NSW says it will improve opportunities for rural students.

A retiring Liberal MP has called for bipartisan support of the National Archives.

Global warming of more than 1.5℃ is now “almost inevitable”, according to the latest IPCC update.

New funding will see apprentices in high-demand industries given up to $5000 in cash for the first two years of their training.

New software is being rolled out to protect professional athletes from social media abuse.

Victoria’s Department of Education is seeking to monitor traffic on students’ own devices.

School students are harnessing coding to solve musical challenges.

Researchers have published details of the first ever complete, gapless sequence of a human genome.

New studies have revealed a star from (relatively) early in the life of the universe.

Researchers are studying the genetic basis of success in school.

The former head of CSIRO climate science has accused the federal government of gagging criticism.

Over half a billion dollars has been cut from public schools over the next three years.

This week’s federal budget is not focused on the university sector.

La Trobe University has received a large philanthropic donation to advance its autism research program.

A Senate committee has rejected a federal bill to prevent ministers vetoing research grants.

Experts say smarter and more targeted approaches to eating disorders are needed.

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