Month Archives: September 2018


The NDIS is delivering ‘reasonable and necessary’ supports for some, but others are missing out

Written by: Carmel Laragy, Senior Research Fellow, RMIT University The majority of NDIS participants are happy with the support they've received under the scheme. from shutterstock.comThe National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) began a full national rollout in July, 2016 based...


Un fab lab pour l’innovation cosmétique

Written by: Emmanuelle Percheron, Manager Administratif et Scientifique Cosmétosciences, Université d’Orléans Atelier réalisation de rouges à lèvres au we lab cosmetic. MDuchateau-Cosmétosciences., Author provided Cet article est publié dans le cadre de la Fête de la Science 2018 dont The Conversation France...


We all put too much emphasis on test scores

Written by: Liying Cheng, Professor and Director of Assessment and Evaluation Group, Queen's University, Ontario Language tests are an important factor in determining whether international students are admitted to universities. ShutterstockWe live in testing times. We also live in a...


Opening up the future of psychedelic science

Written by: Thomas Anderson, PhD student, University of Toronto There is a growing research literature suggesting psychedelics hold incredible promise for treating mental health ailments ranging from depression and anxiety to PTSD. (Shutterstock)Attempts to replicate classical scientific studies have been...

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