2020. A year reminding us that Covid-19 is not the only pandemic impacting societies. In fact, there is a deadlier, darker, and deep-rooted issue that’s gripped the world for centuries. […]
Whether it’s choosing a Friday night restaurant or un-electing an orange president, reaching a group decision will always be an everyday struggle in the human social world. To weave consensus, […]
Lab-grown meat is claimed to be the sustainable future of meat. This illuminating study suggests otherwise. A recent study by researchers at the University of Oxford suggests that lab-grown meat […]
As you peer down through your mask at the reef below, the glorious colours and pigments you’ve seen in pictures and documentaries are tragically missing. Instead, you descend into a […]
Yes, the selfies you take hugging or petting wild animals promotes animal cruelty and sustains the animal selfies black market. The age of selfies is upon us. With every activity […]
As humans we tend to simplify our words to make life easier. This is a phenomenon that has existed for a long time and seems to become more common as we develop new ways of communicating. Researchers have found that baboons also simplify their language.
If the “superfood” industry awards every year like the Oscars, avocado, which has swept the world, would have won the lifetime achievement award. You probably can’t imagine how popular avocados […]
Challenging perceptions of Indigenous people and adopting their conservation practices could be crucial to the survival of the Australian wilderness.
Evidence of our inability to put a stop to habitat destruction and exploitation suggests it might be time for a rethink. Could awarding nature the same rights as people be the answer to successful nature protection?
We love dinosaurs. But what did they actually look like? And how do we know? More and more, these questions aren’t just science’s business anymore. Art, film, and video games […]