COVID will likely shift from pandemic to endemic — but what does that mean?

By Lara Herrero, Griffith University and Eugene Madzokere, Griffith University Most people are wondering when and how the COVID...

Earthquakes don’t kill people; buildings do. And those lovely decorative bits are the first to fall

By Ann L Brower, University of Canterbury News of Melbourne’s earthquake on 22 September 2021 made my left leg...

Melbourne earthquake: what exactly happened, and what’s the best way to stay safe from aftershocks?

By Mark Quigley, The University of Melbourne A magnitude 5.8 earthquake has struck about 115 kilometres east of Melbourne...

Why does my internet connection feel slow and jumpy, even when my internet speed is high?

By Vijay Sivaraman, UNSW Of the 8.2 million homes and businesses active on Australia’s National Broadband Network (NBN) in...

Vaccine passports are coming. But are they ethical?

By Julian Savulescu, University of Oxford The main way to control the pandemic, as we have all painfully found...

Health

By Phoebe Roth, The Conversation Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) recently announced provisional approval for the Pfizer vaccine to...
By Sunit K. Singh, Banaras Hindu University Over a year into the pandemic, questions around immune responses after COVID...
By Philippa Specker, UNSW; Angela Nickerson, UNSW, and Belinda Liddell, UNSW While the COVID-19 pandemic is weighing heavily on...
By Lachlan Van Schaik, La Trobe University Research Checks interrogate newly published studies and how they’re reported in the...
By Maximilian de Courten, Victoria University and Rosemary V Calder, Victoria University Nearly half of Australia’s population was in...
By Julie Leask, University of Sydney and James Wood, UNSW As we try to control COVID-19, many people are...
The Australian Government’s $31 million COVID-19 vaccination public information campaign started rolling out across the country. A further $1.3 million has been provided...
By Christian Swann, Southern Cross University It’s that time of year when many of us are setting goals for...
Multicultural communities across NSW will benefit from new initiatives promoting cancer screening and prevention and appropriate support for people with cancer. 
By Michael Toole, Burnet Institute Of the 215 nations and territories that have reported COVID-19 cases, 120 have experienced...

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COVID will likely shift from pandemic to endemic — but what does that mean?

By Lara Herrero, Griffith University and Eugene Madzokere, Griffith University Most people are wondering when and how the COVID...

Earthquakes don’t kill people; buildings do. And those lovely decorative bits are the first to fall

By Ann L Brower, University of Canterbury News of Melbourne’s earthquake on 22 September 2021 made my left leg...

Melbourne earthquake: what exactly happened, and what’s the best way to stay safe from aftershocks?

By Mark Quigley, The University of Melbourne A magnitude 5.8 earthquake has struck about 115 kilometres east of Melbourne...