By Julie Moschion
While the majority of the general public thinks drug addiction is the main reason for homelessness, the reality is quite different.
By Shaun Carney
When the young union legal officer Penny Wong, active in Labor politics since her university days, considered a run for federal parliament, she concluded that…
By Stephan Winter, Surabhi Gupta & Maria Vasardani
Can driverless vehicle technology replicate the human rules of engagement between pedestrians and drivers? When you’re about to cross a road and see an approaching…
By Jeannie Paterson & Yvette Maker
Combating bias and creating more inclusive AI is unlikely to succeed unless developers include those people who have been historically excluded or ignored.
By Tom Gerald Daly
Reimagining and safeguarding democracy, while charting a course between alarmism and complacency, requires new ways of thinking.
While many Australians are still coming to terms with having five Prime Ministers in as many years, what does the future look like for the…
By Ian Harper
Making our biggest cities more efficient, affordable and accessible will raise the living standards of nearly all Australians, but it will also require some compromise.
By Heath Pickering
Australian politics looks increasingly like a reality TV show, so what can be done to bring stability and end the near-constant Canberra coups?…
By Roland Wettenhall
Before governments stepped in to provide welfare, friendly societies provided vital financial and social support to many Australian communities…
By Mark Triffitt
Liberal democracy is in an age of retreat and needs to re-engage citizens, tackle inequality and end internet monopolies, argues a University of Melbourne expert.
By The University of Melbourne
PODCAST: Men continue to outnumber women in science, technology, engineering and maths professions; what has been the effect of this predominantly male lens?…
By Gavin R. Slemp and Lara H. Mossman
University of Melbourne research has shown how leaders can support employees to work more autonomously, creating a happier and more productive workplace.
By Pip Nicholson
There is significant public good in having people with legal training working across all sectors of our economy. A law degree comes with analytical, reasoning, research…
By Professor Peter Gahan and Dr Joshua Healy
For the first time in history, we have four generations working together. We need to make the most of it.
By Nathan Taylor and Professor Andrew Western
Cape Town's Day Zero has been postponed until 2019, but the threat remains. Australian cities could easily find themselves running dry like Cape Town without…
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