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Bystanders who see school-yard bullying can intervene and stop it in about 10 seconds but when aggression moves online, young cyber peer groups become unsure of what to do.
It's a bold vintage red that is set to take the WA market by storm, but it's not a Grange Hermitage.
One of the challenges facing biodiversity conservation is the integration of scientific knowledge and government decision-making.
Local farmers who are preparing to sow their wheat crops over the next fortnight should hold off, according to local scientists who warn sowing mainstream varieties too early can risk yield penalties at the end of the season.
Scientists working to return abalone to a once-flourishing population on the notoriously wild coastline north of Kalbarri have enjoyed their first major success—with new juvenile abalone recruits popping up in the region.
More than 20 years searching for elusive trapdoor spiders across WA's south-west has culminated in the recent creation of a new genus.
An observation about tall wind-resisting cacti in New Mexico has led to a new Perth-manufactured product for the multi-billion dollar global deepwater oil industry.
Local researchers have unravelled the germination secrets of WA's strangely-named snottygobble tree (Persoonia longifolia R.Br.), thereby opening the door for the species to help rehabilitate WA's landscape.
As someone who once envisaged a career path as an economist, Lesley Gibson certainly never anticipated the places that she'd go on to work.
It might seem like an idea out of CSI: Las Vegas, but local forensic researchers have come up with a way of using blowflies to determine if someone has died via nicotine poisoning.