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Artist and their labels – who owns what?

What kind of rights do artists have to their own work?

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Anthropology should be a household word

The challenges of the 21st century demand an antidote to “fake news.”

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The role of spirituality in health

Research says that engaging in faith practices has the potential to promote good mental health.

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Building a world for humans, with humans

Not all research is created equal. Or so some ministers in government would have you believe.

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Over 50 years of lunar fascination

The 20th of July, 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing.

Country press survival the focus of newly-funded research project

Researchers from the Alfred Deakin Institute (ADI) are investigating the civic future of Australia’s rural and regional media.

Coming face-to-face with our colonial gaze

Traditional custodian and proud Wadawurrung woman Deanne Gilson is determined to tackle this gaze head on.

The Times newspaper showing the recent rates of the economy.

Interest cut leaves cash rate dangerously close to zero

A re-elected Coalition government must act decisively to stimulate the Australian economy.

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Children’s literature, not so simple after all

Children’s literature is often dismissed as simplistic and rudimentary.

black and white cityscape of Tehran, Iran.

Australia could help reduce tensions in the Persian Gulf

We could step up and be a force for peace.

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The big picture for small business

SMEs make up 99.6% of all private companies in the Australian economic environment, so why do business schools tend to only look at capital markets?

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Groups unite in tackling STEM image problem

In Australia, only 16 per cent of STEM graduates are women.

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Dancing to a different tune – arts bodies step up

How can you put a value on the arts?

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But where do phobias come from?

In the right circumstances, seemingly harmless objects can become a source of debilitating anxiety.

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Superstar smashes STEMM stereotypes

Twelve years into a successful STEMM career, Dr Ellen Moon now knows it’s not necessarily a lack of interest that stops women becoming scientists.

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Fires, floods and the economic fall-out

Droughts, bushfires and floods may be part of Australia’s history but it’s economic research that’s preparing for the future.

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