Transparency in regulations plays a key factor in reducing the negative perception of genetically edited plants and animals
Sport teams are increasingly using social media to engage with fans during the pandemic.
Research investigating cats’ susceptibility to illusory contours shows they percieve space in much the same ways as humans.
La Trobe ranked 218 in Times Higher Education World Uni Rankings
A study by Associate Professor Hayder Al-Aubaidy has examined the long-term implications of COVID-19 and chronic diseases.
Government concern for the agricultural industry in China is seeing a push for big corporate farming despite smallholder farms remaining viable.
Human disturbances are endangering microbial species crucial in the role of food production in China, writes Rebecca Borg.
A new collaboration with India is aving the way to a safer cyberspace after acquiring a grant from the Australian government, writes Rebecca Borg
A bidirectional relationship between sport and nature is paving the way to a more sustainable world, writes Rebecca Borg
Patients are resorting to artificial intelligence to seek medical advice and it could be affecting their health, writes Rebecca Borg
New high-resolution microscopic technology has enabled researchers to make ground breaking discoveries about the role proteins have in homologous recombination, writes Rebecca Borg
The call to educate more Rohingya men and women on sexual and reproductive health in Rohingya refugee camps, writes Rebecca Borg
New research reveals that fish skin and gut microbiomes respond differently to species and habitat-specific factors
La Trobe is ranked fourth in the world for impact
Schooling in Japan has become more inclusive due to the incorporation of diversity in teaching, writes Rebecca Borg
Digital databases used to collect important health information are crucial in China's fight against infectious diseases, but such systems don’t exist without flaws
Buddhist sites hold great potential for tourism in Asia, but need to be managed sustainably.
Existing trade agreements will be crucial to the distribution of a cure for COVID-19, writes Shazma Gaffoor.
A global study has examined the details of modern vs traditional eating