For all their good intentions, accidents happen when fallible humans intervene in complex systems they don’t understand.
A recent study found that male veterans under 30 have a suicide rate more than two times the national average. Yet, support for a royal commission into the problem is lacking.
Two famous stories in South Australian aviation history are taking off this year, assisted by Flinders University academics.
From Steve Smith’s tearful apology to anonymous apps like Whisper, public confessions can be therapeutic, emancipatory, or potentially exploitative.
There is a lot of documentation about what’s been left on the Moon – but it’s amazing how much we don’t know.
Social and economic changes in Africa are being driven by increasing prosperity and heavy foreign investment, according to Flinders University researchers Corey Bradshaw and Enrico Di Minin.
Since the end of the first world war, the Australian media has often reported that ‘the French’ care about, remember and even venerate the Anzacs. But is this true? And which French people, asks Romain Fathi.”