News & events
The pandemic has brought into sharp relief the contradictory character of Australia, but schools provide great examples of how it’s possible to engage globally from local settings.
A new study highlights how a group of older Australians engaged with smart-home technologies to enhance their wellbeing and independence.
In this episode of the What Happens Next? podcast, our investigation looks into the future of the gig economy.
Monash engineers have developed the 'Torpedo Passive Sampler' - a cheap, accurate and simple testing device to detect SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater. This device has already been exported globally.
Last year, despite closed borders, shuttered businesses, and their first recession in 26 years, Australians became more optimistic.
We're just a few days into this circuit-breaker lockdown, but Melburnians are displaying a remarkable sense of community, and supporting each other.
Labor has long been seen as the party of bold policy platforms, while the Coalition has played more of a consolidating role. The next election will determine if those characterisations still hold.
Statistics show the disturbing incline of youth mental health problems, highlighting the need for more support and prevention in schools.