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Prisoners released from prison more likely to be victims of violence

Jenny Cai chats with Justice Health researcher and PhD candidate Melissa Willoughby about her new research on the increased likelihood of newly […]

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Microbes and the mind

Research is revealing the intriguing connection between human’s microbes and mental health. Melbourne University psychology PhD student Djamila Eliby is conducting research […]

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Priority vaccines for Australia’s teachers

We all know that this vaccine rollout has been bungled, with many not receiving vaccines who should have. Schools have struggled throughout […]

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Putting Rapid antigen testing to the test

Rapid antigen tests have been in the news this week, with a bit of contention around them. So, do they work? Are […]

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ScoMo says we can get the AstraZeneca jab – but would you?

Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s announcement that people under 40 should speak to their GP about getting the AstraZeneca vaccine caused a heap […]

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News Talk: How did much of the internet go kaput?

A jaw-dropping number of webpages such as the BBC, Reddit and The UK government became unavailable last week and many pointed to […]

Re-thinking the ‘inhospitable’ Himalayas

For many years it was believed that the Himalayas acted as a barrier between people living to the north and south of […]

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APN – INTERVIEW WITH JAY OOI

Nicole and Xenia from APN spoke to Jay Ooi about his new season release of the podcast, Shoes Off. Each episode of Shoes […]

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Panorama Presents… NAIDOC Week

Hosts Vidita Sharma and Angus Thomson take us through some of our favourite stories from Traditional Owners in Panorama’s archives. Senator Lidia […]

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Brain device allows those with upper body paralysis to control computers

Human trials of the Stentrode, a small brain device inserted next to the motor cortex, has allowed patients with paralysis to use […]