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Global sustainability leader José Manuel Entrecanales awarded honorary doctorate
Green concrete recycling twice the coal ash is built to last
Why are auroras so hard to predict? And when can we expect more?
1968 was an inflection point for the US. Is another one coming in 2024?
International Education And Skills Strategic Framework
From Fringe to Fame: New book interrogates countercultures shaping popular culture
Feral horses in Australia’s high country are damaging peatlands, decreasing carbon stores
Ecology, ethics and energy: RMIT talent on show at Melbourne Design Week
Tate Adams’ Works On Show At Pinnacles Gallery
Hundreds of cities have achieved zero road deaths in a year. Here’s how they did it
Five-day work week builds work-life balance in construction: research
New industry-research partnership accelerates Medtech innovation in Melbourne
Healthier Teeth For Victoria’s Aboriginal Communities
Five-day work week builds work-life balance in construction
Five-day work week a “game-changer” for construction industry
National Cabinet has committed to a range of strategies to stop violence against women, but has it done enough?
National study launched to better understand causes of Australian fashion waste
‘A major shakeup’: the Optus outage has been investigated. What’s going to change now?
2023 Annual Report
Innovation promises to prevent power pole-top fires
One in seven Australian adults report engaging in workplace technology-facilitated sexual harassment, new study finds
Tech-based sexual harassment at work is common, male-dominated and often intended to cause harm
We’re all feeling the collective grief and trauma of violence against women – but this is the progress we have made so far
Cricket Victoria and Academy Movement bring cricket to the classroom
Energy-smart Bricks Keep Waste Out Of Landfill
Turning To Nature To Improve Vital Water Treatment
International Summit On Teaching Profession
How will US foreign policy affect Joe Biden’s chances of re-election in November?
Visualising the 1800s or designing wedding invitations: 6 ways you can use AI beyond generating text
Asbestos in playground mulch: how to avoid a repeat of this circular economy scandal
AI is making smart devices – watches, speakers, doorbells – easier to hack. Here’s how to stay safe
As China’s influence on Pacific media intensifies, Australia can’t afford to lose the region’s trust
Bondi Junction Incident
Israel accused of using AI to target thousands in Gaza, as killer algorithms outpace international law
Key design and creative subjects ranked number one in Australia, top 20 in the world
Five years of collaboration: reflecting on the EdiCitNet project
Kids and ‘bad’ news: how can parents safely introduce their children to news and current affairs?
Out of alignment: how clashing policies make for terrible environmental outcomes
Do parolees really ‘walk free’? Busting common myths about parole
Study shows questionnaire can better identify complex post-traumatic stress disorder in veterans
Study shows assessment tool can better identify complex post-traumatic stress disorder in ADF veterans
The Victorian government wants to trial electronic monitoring devices on young people. It’s a bad idea
Who will Trump pick as his running mate? In 2024, the ‘Veepstakes’ are higher than usual
Silicon Spikes Take Out 96% Of Virus Particles
New research suggests intermittent fasting increases the risk of dying from heart disease. But the evidence is mixed
Lunar Rover: Made in Australia, going to the Moon
Aussies In Denial About Impacts Of Generative AI
Autistic artist shines positive light on bats and her connection to them