The jobs of the future start today - particularly if you’re an innovative uni student, says leading Australian expert in entrepreneurship Bert Verhoeven.
Fakes have overrun the Cambodian antiquity market, their authenticity obscured by the skill of the artists who make them.
Rather than a federal commission against corruption to crack down on MPs' travel rorts, Australia needs a stronger culture of integrity, writes Adam Graycar.
A new diet for farmed barramundi could be on the menu under a new research collaboration between Flinders and the US Ohio Soybean Council.
Here are some tips for eating and drinking to maximise health and wellbeing during the festive season and into the new year.
Males, young children and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are significantly more likely to be admitted to hospital with burn injuries, according to a new report written by Flinders University researchers for the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
“In a land of droughts and floods, groundwater management remains a big perennial issue in Australia, says the 2016 Premier’s Water Medal winner Professor Craig Simmons.”