The University of New South Wales says it has conducted due diligence and concerns about research being used for military purposes are drawing 'a very long bow'.
A decade after the first iPhone, its eighth incarnation is about to be revealed. But there are clues consumers are wearying of the churn-and-burn tech economy.
A cascade of glitter, colour and rainbow flags flowed through the centre of Melbourne on Saturday afternoon. Charlotte Grieve joined the parade, and asked about 100 people what brought them out onto the streets. Most simply said “love.”
Tonight's landmark State of Origin clash promises to be a powerhouse display of women's footy. But it's so much more than that, as rival superstars Chelsea Randall and Debbie Lee tell Lucy Watkins.
Screen Queensland’s move to revive the dormant Brisbane International Film Festival in partnership with Palace Cinemas has stoked concerns that the festival scene is being hijacked by commercial interests.
The grungy, inner Melbourne suburb of Richmond is known for its abundance of authentic Vietnamese food and burgeoning live music scene.
Acting Melbourne University vice-chancellor Margaret Sheil has warned that the Federal Government’s higher education reforms could have “a major impact” on the university, putting at risk its unique degree model that encourages students to undertake post-graduate study.
Fear, pessimism and the “explosive” state of some European countries in the era of Brexit and Donald Trump were dominant themes in a discussion this week among academics that also drew parallels for the rest of the world, including Australia.
Media mogul and mother of three Mia Freedman has urged women – and men – to reclaim the word feminism, a necessary label for a movement that was needed because men and women deserved equal rights.
Vehicles and road systems piloted by technology — not people — are within our grasp, and the implications can only be imagined, reports Daniel Connell.
When Katrina Ben, a State Library Victoria conservator, took charge of the first-ever attempt in Melbourne to rebind a European medieval manuscript, she could not have imagined that one of the items discovered within its fading pages – a flea – might just provide a link to the plague that decimated Europe in the 13th century.
Comic book sequel fails to master both its ironic and sincere tones, writes Anders Furze.
Julie Davies investigated the complex writings of Joseph Glanvill and his attempt to establish a science of witchcraft and the supernatural.
Ian Teo examined the transition of Chinese international students to Australian universities and the role of foundation studies programs.
Kasim Sharif identified a new model in media sciences for analysing climate change as a cosmopolitan risk, because the same suffering is being experienced across the globe.
Yemeni national Kamilia Al-Eriani investigated how her country’s 2011 pro-democracy uprising was impacted by a deeply-embedded culture of apprehension.