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Locking Up Kids: Australia Today

By Summer May Finlay, University of Wollongong; Ee Pin Chang, Jemma Collova and Pat Dudgeon, The University of Western Australia. This article contains information on violence experienced by First Nations young people in the Australian carceral system. There are mentions… Continue Reading →

Two experts break down the James Webb Space Telescope’s first images

Karl Glazebrook, Swinburne University of Technology and Simon Driver, The University of Western Australia. We have recently seen the release of the first batch of images taken by the James Webb Space Telescope. This is something we have both been… Continue Reading →

One Millipede, 1,306 legs: We just Discovered the world’s leggiest animal Hiding in Western Australia

Bruno Alves Buzatto, The University of Western Australia. Millipedes were the first land animals, and today we know of more than 13,000 species. There are likely thousands more species of the many-legged invertebrates awaiting discovery and formal scientific description. The… Continue Reading →

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