Risky outdoor play can boost science education

Risky play should be incorporated into early childhood science education in nature-based settings to lay early foundations for science education, says Deakin researcher.

Q&A: 'We need to act very fast,' says sustainability researcher

The effects of climate change are increasingly tangible. Reforms at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) could serve to increase its political clout and thus advance the battle against global warming, argues ...

Making gluten-free, sorghum-based beers easier to brew and enjoy

Though beer is a popular drink worldwide, it's usually made from barley, which leaves those with a gluten allergy or intolerance unable to enjoy the frothy beverage. Sorghum, a naturally gluten-free grain, could be an alternative, ...

Understanding compound events in a changing climate

Climate change has made extreme weather events more frequent and intense worldwide. Some examples of climate-related disasters in recent years include the serious flooding in Venice, Italy in 2019, the terrible heat waves ...

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