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More and more children are growing up with robots at home, but their impact on early learning and development is still largely unknown and unregulated.

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Some of Australia’s top scientific thinkers share their ideas on the tactics required to defeat misinformation and conspiracy theories around science.

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In the disinformation war, scientists will fail if their only weapons are critical thinking and a respect for evidence. We must engage more broadly.

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AI tools are already being widely used in science. But can they, and the science they help produce, be trusted?

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It’s ironic that as scientific evidence on climate change and vaccines have become more compelling, public opinion on social media appears more divided.

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Graphic design can be a powerful tool in enhancing people’s confidence in scientific communications.

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Trust in science: Australia isn’t as polarised as the US, but we can’t afford to be complacent.

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In an age of “alternative facts” and conspiracy theories, protecting trust in science is crucial.

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India’s Indigenous Prototype Fast Breeder Nuclear Reactor (PFBR) and abundant thorium reserves hold key to India’s future energy security.

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Russia’s experience has shown that the technology can help in reducing carbon emissions but making it widely available will take time.

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Removing institutional bottlenecks will attract foreign and domestic participation in India’s nuclear energy programme.

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