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Ignoring pandemic experts proves fatal

Vaccine roll-out programs are coming unstuck because of the lack of a full spectrum of experts ...  
Even the U.S. Capitol attack is an opportunity for climate deniers

Prominent climate science deniers moved rapidly to spread false and misleading conspiracy theories ...  
Double standards on research cooperation with China

The Government is hypocritical in its approval of Australia's nuclear research body to work with ...  
The precautionary principle is lacking in mainstream media communication

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that a need for media information clear in scientific method and ...  
Information should be free, as should vaccines

With a vaccine against COVID-19 almost available, Professor John Quiggin examines the business end ...  
News Corp's new-found belief in science

More smoke and mirrors from Rupert Murdoch, as News Corp gets all "scientific" with Big Tobacco. ...  
The potential benefits of psychedelic therapy

The controversial use of psychedelics as an alternative method of psychology is advocated by some ...  
Still no solution for Santos’ toxic waste

The controversial Narrabri Gas Project has raised concerns over the disposal of toxic waste ...  
Common sense must dictate COVID-19 response

To beat the coronavirus, we need to know how it's transmitted.  
Modern consumption harms environment, health and animal life

Is ethical nourishment the key for a more prosperous world?  
Artificial intelligence is on the rise

New developments and opportunities are opening up in artificial intelligence, says Paul Budde.  
While UK COVID-19 cases rose, Australia's slowed to a halt

Dr Francesco Paolucci ​​​​​​​and Naomi Moy analyse the UK's and Australia's ...  
Patchy COVID-19 testing may underestimate cases in Australia

We must rigorously map the scale of the coronavirus to properly determine its prevalence in the ...  
The race for global broadband satellite internet is on

Several of the world's biggest tech companies are pouring millions into developing the best ...  
A pandemic in an era of U.S.-China rivalry and neoliberalism

The coronavirus has further divided the world, while neoliberalism has made things worse, writes ...  
Still in the dark over COVID-19, testing and re-testing is vital

To hedge risk, we need to estimate the risk. Yet COVID-19 involves too much uncertainty to ...  
The Government puts business ahead of the environment

The writing is on the wall for the environment. And it doesn't look good.  
Keeping our promises: We can't let the Great Barrier Reef die

While we've been consumed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Great Barrier Reef has continued to endure ...  

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