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Opinion: Gone is the solitary genius – science today is a group effort

March 10th, 2016

Dr Rachel Standish

Increasingly scientists are working in large collaborative teams to produce research of exceptional quality. In a piece for The Conversation, ecologist Dr Rachel Standish from the School of Veterinary and Life Sciences explains the benefits of collaboration in her field and how it is helping ecologists to tackle complex problems and identify global patterns. She […]

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FactCheck Q&A: Has the number of asylum seeker children in detention declined?

October 21st, 2015

Associate Professor Mary Anne Kenny

Associate Professor Mary Anne Kenny from Murdoch's School of Law checks assertions made by politicians on the ABC's Q&A about asylum seeker children in detention in an article for The Conversation.

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Opinion: Baby Gammy: Tales of the unexpecting

August 11th, 2014

Mark Beeson, Professor of International Politics at Murdoch University, looks into the complex moral issues raised by the baby Gammy case.

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Opinion: Pentecostal, Pearl Jam – music brings ecstasy to us all

June 27th, 2014

Whatever the setting, music can lead us into a shared experience of ecstasy – a world which literally means “to stand outside oneself.” This is a subject Sociology Lecturer, Dr Mark Jennings discusses in The Conversation.

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