Working with dangerous viruses sounds like trouble – but here’s what scientists learn from studying pathogens in secure labs
There is no such thing as zero risks in any endeavour, but over many years, researchers have developed safe laboratory methods for working with dangerous pathogens.
Part of the legal challenge to the India travel ban has been comprehensively defeated — here's why
The failure of Newman’s arguments means there are really only two practical courses left. First, there could be a separate hearing of the constitutional points. They are that (a) there is an implied constitutional right of a citizen to enter Australia; and (b) there was no constitutional power to enact section 477.