New research has found that Australian babies fare better than babies of other English speaking countries at word learning.
Aussie babies
New research findings discovered that Choirboys can actually use their voices to sexually compete to win favour with the opposite sex.
One in seven Aussie mums (16 per cent) will experience the debilitating symptoms of peri-natal and post-natal depression.
We all know what it’s like to forget something. A loved one’s birthday. A childhood memory. Even people capable of extraordinary memory feats – say, memorising the order of a deck of cards in less than 20 seconds – will still forget where they left their keys. People, it seems, are never in complete control of their memories.
we all need to forget, even robots pic
We hear with our ears but we listen with our brains. According to Western Sydney University PhD student, Julie Beadle, when it comes to hearing in noisy environments, what we see can impact what we understand.
A team from the Biomedical Engineering and Neuroscience program have received a share of $5.7 million to build a new prototype vision system for a satellite that could one day assist to identify and disintegrate rogue space pollution.
star mapping
You might think your baby has no idea what you are saying amid the blabbering baby talk and funny faces, but the truth is, your 12-month-old has a far more sophisticated understanding of speech and language than you ever imagined.
shh baby listening
Machines are watching us, they are listening to us, living with us and soon they will be living inside us. As the world comes to grips with an ever growing technological society, a question that is often asked is: Can and should we trust machines?
robot trust
An Australian research institute is making waves in the way of international relations through the generous donation of a $132,000 piece of highly specialised research equipment to our Chinese counterparts.
Ema machine
A team of Australian Researchers from Western Sydney University have successfully developed a revolutionary way to increase the lifespan of live tissue required for scientific and medical research by 400 per cent.
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