French researchers have studied the fatigue that comes after a long day of thinking.

A new report looks at how universities can boost productivity.

Peter Dutton appears to have overruled the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s choice for a new executive director.

The Australian Tax Office (ATO) is offering students a “foot in the door” for the Australian Public Service.

The Victorian Government is providing funding for the state’s first mRNA innovation hub.

Australia’s newest supercomputer is off to a running start, producing a highly detailed image of a supernova on its first day.

CSIRO has announced the official names of 139 new species.

Researchers have investigated what fuels young Australians’ abortion fears.

Intergenerational welfare recipients are nearly three times as likely to be hospitalised, according to a recent study.

A review has found a gender imbalance in the awarding of health research funds.

The Federal Government is considering financial incentives to solve a serious teacher shortage.

Unions are outraged that Federation University will cut its Bachelor of Arts degree from 2023.

Plans to abolish the cashless debit card are sailing ahead.

CSIRO is bringing back a program to boost the commercialisation skills of Australian researchers.

Student details and photos have been exposed in a University of WA data breach.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has put forth a proposal to change the constitution to create an Indigenous Voice to Parliament.

Experts want new laws to stop people from making vaping look cool.

Researchers say there is no clear medical definition of “growing pains”.

New research finds that spending time playing video games may not impact wellbeing.

ANU researchers have developed a new way to synthesise bicyclic peptides, which could have major implications for drug research.

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