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      • Education

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        Joanne Dickson |  February 11, 2020


        Many students are anxious as they enter year 12 as they look forward to crucial exams, but adopting a few simple coping strategies can reduce the stress and improve their outcomes.


      • Culture

        Dating the Kimberley Gwion Gwion rock figures


        Open Forum |  February 11, 2020


        Archaeologists at The University of Western Australia are part of a national team of researchers that has been able to more accurately date a significant number of the Kimberley’s most remarkable ancient rock art to more than 10,000 years ago.


      • International

        Jokowi’s visit shows the power of personal diplomacy


        Donald Greenlees |  February 11, 2020


        There always will be ample scope for conflict in Australia–Indonesia relations, due to different political and cultural priorities, but when conflict does arise, the ability of leaders to talk frankly and limit the fallout can prove pivotal.


      Latest Story

      • After the flood

        Max Thomas     |      February 11, 2020

        The heavy rain of recent days has extinguished bushfires and brought relief to drought-stricken farmers and city catchments, but the sediment washed from damaged land will bring its own set of problems.

      • Employer training is the key to competitiveness

        Brad Howarth     |      February 10, 2020

        Employers are realising that upskilling their existing employees is a better bet for long term survival in fast-changing markets than relying on the government or hoping the market will magically produce suitably trained personnel.

      • The atlas of cancer

        Nerissa Hannink     |      February 10, 2020

        Scientists around the world have collaborated to create the most comprehensive map of whole cancer genomes to date, improving our fundamental understanding of cancer and how to treat it.

      • Shots fired in the culture wars

        Heidi Harrington Johnson     |      February 10, 2020

        UNSW Associate Professor Lizzie Muller is urging the arts sector to come together to fight for the arts in schools after the federal arts department was amalgamated into another portfolio.

      • Australian climate policy after the bushfire crisis

        Andrew Walter     |      February 9, 2020

        The economic gains from a bold Australian decarbonisation strategy could be significant, and allow the nation to restore its reputation for positive, innovative policy leadership and secure its regional and global partnerships in the coming decades.

      • The fog of Wuhan

        Raphael Veit     |      February 9, 2020

        After initially suppressing news of the Wuhan virus outbreak, we can’t be sure whether authoritarian China is now using a sledgehammer to crack a nut, or whether this new coronavirus presents a serious global health threat.

      • Understanding our crazy weather

        Rob Warren     |      February 9, 2020

        What do the wild weather extremes of recent weeks, not least in Sydney and Melbourne, tell us about our changing climate?

      • The challenge of free speech

        James Arvanitakis     |      February 8, 2020

        Universities should be bastions of free speech and open inquiry, but intolerance of “politically incorrect” opinions and party political meddling is threatening to close down rational debate on a range of hot-button social and scientific issues.

      • My world is not your world

        Alan Stevenson     |      February 8, 2020

        While we assume we experience the same unfiltered and objective reality, our senses and brains combine to make sense of the world around us from birth in very complex – and individual – ways.

      • Racist comments are damaging, so is “othering” the one who said it

        Jake Sandler     |      February 8, 2020

        Calling people racists can merely entrench them in their beliefs, but accepting our individual complexity, celebrating our common humanity and calling out the sin, rather than the sinner, can have a more positive effect.

      • GAP Summit calls for better career education in schools

        Catherine Fritz-Kalish     |      February 7, 2020

        As discussions about the future of jobs and lifelong learning intensify around the world, young people are increasingly looking for meaningful career advice to help them navigate the ever more complex world of work. The latest report from Global Access Partners offers some new perspectives.

      • Sports rorts and public accountability: why Bridget McKenzie took so long to resign

        Dominic O'Sullivan     |      February 7, 2020

        Although eventually forced to resign over misapplied sports grants, Bridget McKenzie clung to office in the hope of riding out the storm, protected by Australia’s monolithic party system.



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