Sentencing offenders for crimes committed many years earlier raises important questions about what purpose sentences in such cases are expected to achieve.
New technology is now gathering data on objects in our universe faster than astronomers can analyse.
Singing in the choir is a selfless pursuit requiring artistry and discipline.Or is it? New research suggests all it takes to elicit surreptitious attention-seeking vocal behaviour among the boys is to place a few teenage girls in the audience.
The #WeLiveHere2017 project attempts to capture residents’ concerns about changing neighbourhoods and homes.
Can technology in the classroom help or hinder learning? And should it be used to teach maths?
What are the implications of technological advances on law enforcement agencies combating child abuse material?
The same-sex marriage debate, like all public debates, is messy. However, more than most, it has become a proxy for something else. It has become a culture war, ugly and unproductive.
There is no doubt Brazil needs to find ways out of recession and unemployment. But is opening more of the Amazon to mining exploration the answer?
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