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
The discourse around endangerment linguistics need to be challenged to accurately communicate the oppression occurring, writes Rebecca Connell.
Finds from Middle Bronze Age burials on the north coast of Cyprus were excavated a century ago, but we are only now understanding what they contained, writes Shazma Gaffoor.
The Kindertransport effort, which bought refugee children to the UK during World War Two, is an example of the positive contribution refugees can make to their host society, writes Rebecca Connell.
Chinese students express a greater desire to return to home after studies, and new challenges.
Dairy farmers are benefiting in herd improvement thanks to vital genetic research, writes Rebecca Connell.
Five subjects are in the top 200 this year
Much of the character of the city is at risk in the rush of modernisation.
Gay and bisexual men may be the most vulnerable population for HIV in Sub-Sahara Africa, writes Shazma Gaffoor.
Nematodes are disrupting Australia’s livestock industry costing over 400 million each year, writes Shazma Gaffoor
PhD Student Estefania “Tefa” Boada Viteri is working to develop the fascinating field of behavioural ecology in Ecuador with the assistance of local volunteers, writes Rebecca Connell.
Australian researchers lead a global research program on how drinking can bring harm to others, writes Shazma Gaffoor.
Research sheds light on the profound cultural, economic, and spiritual impacts of traumatic injury for Bangladeshi individuals.
Research into child second language acquisition has shown there are risks that bilingual children are incorrectly diagnosed with language disorders or learning disabilities.
Caesarean delivery takes place in 31% of births in Bangladesh, a trend which is troubling health experts.
Singapore's reliance on cheap labour has led to close to 1 million people vulnerable to exploitation by human traffickers.