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Giant rogue waves: Southern Ocean expedition reveals wind as key cause

An expedition to the southernmost waters encircling Antarctica has discovered that wind drives the formation of colossal rogue waves, and that these unpredictable waves occur

UNSW Sydney ranked among world’s best for 47 subjects

The 2024 QS Subject Rankings place 19 UNSW subjects in the top 50 worldwide and 10 at number one in Australia.

Ghost roads in South-East Asia speed nature’s destruction

Unauthorised road building in tropical forests is accelerating habitat destruction. Professor Josh Cinner, with colleagues from James Cook University, found that there were up to six times more actual roads than those recorded in official datasets.

What drives us to be anonymous online

University of Queensland researchers have found there are two key reasons people choose to be anonymous online – self-expression or toxic behaviour.

Professor Jennifer Balint appointed Dean of the Faculty of Arts

Professor Jennifer Balint has been appointed the Dean of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Melbourne.

ANU to lead national consultation on Australians’ view on security

The National Security College at The Australian National University (ANU) will lead an ambitious whole-of-nation consultation on Australians’ views on national security and the major challenges we face in the 21st century.

2024 World Health Summit Regional Meeting

Monash University is proudly hosting this unique global health forum, bringing it to Australian shores for the first time...

Four economic scenarios for the rest of the decade

There are four economic scenarios for the rest of the decade: I’ve reluctantly picked one, writes Professor Percy Allen from the UTS Institute for Public Policy and Governance.

UNSW chemist honoured by Australian Academy of Science for decades-long achievements

Professor Justin Gooding has been recognised for his innovative work, including commercialising one of the most used analytical medical devices in the world, the blood glucose meter.

Social media boundaries can improve teen sleep

University of Queensland research has shown intense and problematic social media use is linked to sleep difficulties in adolescents.
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