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Geoff Hudson says we've seen telecommuting before—tried, tested and failed. But if we create better systems of implementation, Hudson says it's a technology that could allow many of us to live well outside Australia's major cities.
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Peter Underwood on why humans are social animals from birth.
Old age, dementia and acquired resilience.
Peter Macinnis explains how he has always been a straddler of the Two Cultures, the sciences and the humanities.
Nick Sharp describes what a medium sized sustainable town could look like in the future.
Signe Dean explores what electromagnetic hypersensitivity can teach us about reasoning.
Dr Pat Hutchings on her experiences of nearly 50 years of studying sea worms.
Discovering darkness in the International Year of Light.
John Bradshaw goes back to basics to reassess how research is done on the brain.
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