MARCS In The Media

The research conducted in the MARCS Institute is often the feature of informative and entertaining news broadcast around the world.

Our researchers regularly contribute to leading media publications such as: 'The Conversation', The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, The Daily Telegraph, SBS News, ABC News, The Daily Mail, The Business Insider, Gizmodo and more.

For further information on our media and public relations, please contact Danielle Aiken, Research Media & Communications Officer, on phone (02) 9772 6695, mobile: 0417 904 348, or email


Speech and Language

BBC NewsBabies remember their birth language
AOL NewsBabies can retain knowledge of their birth language
Daily Mail UKPeople remember their birth language even if they haven't had the chance to speak it
Science DailyAdoptees advantaged by birth language memory
TubantiaNative Do not forget, even if you've never spoken
De Stentor Native Do not forget, even if you've never spoken
Brabants DagbladYou will not forget your mother tongue, even if you have never spoken it
Health Medicine NetworkBabies remember their birth language

Biomedical Engineering and Neuroscience 

South West VoiceCan we trust machines is something worth thinking about
Parramatta AdvertiserBoffins aim for peaceful night
Parramatta SunCan we trust gadgets?

Music Cognition and Action

Professor Peter Keller

InterludeMusic as Communication Across All Levels - An Interview with Peter Keller.
The ConversationRhythm on the brain, and why we can’t stop dancing
The Daily MailSo that's why people can't dance! Study reveals how the brain responds to rhythm and what can cause 'two left feet'
IFLScienceRhythm on the brain, and why we can't stop dancing
SBS NewsRhythm on the brain, and why we can't stop dancing

Professor Kate Stevens

ABC Radio NationalDance and creativity

'Dementia research trials "time travel"

Dr Sandra Garrido

Dr Bronson Harry

Dr Andrew Milne


Dr Jennifer MacRitchie

Ageing in Harmony

Speech and Language

Dr Mark Antoniou

Dr Dominique Estival

Human Machine Interaction

Dr Omar Mubin

Dr Omar Mubin and Muneeb Ahmad

Biomedical Engineering and Neuroscience

Dr Farzaneh Ahmadi

  • ABC Radio, The Bionic Voice

Professor Jonathan Tapson


Professor Denis Burnham

Dr Karen Mulak

Dr Marina Kalashnikova

Anne Dwyer

Dr Omar Mubin

Professor Kate Stevens

Dr Manuel Varlet