An entire industry exists to trade on your personal data - everything from your shopping habits to your political views and medical conditions. The results can genuinely harm consumers.
A world-first intervention for refugee men who suffer from PTSD has shown promise in a trial, helping them to overcome mental health stigma and encouraging people to get help.
A new report highlights how the nation would benefit from AI through lifting the economy, improving environmental sustainability and creating a more inclusive and fair society.
Siloed ways of teaching may be leaving students unprepared for new daily challenges according to Professor Lyria Bennett Moses' recent report.
Keeping refugees on Nauru and Manus Island costs Australian taxpayers 56 times more than it would to have them live among us.
Diverse minds met to confront the issue of trust in business and society at first Knowledge Exchange research showcase event.
This portrait series celebrates the diversity in our alumni and aims to inspire our community to imagine increased possibillites. By combining portraits with thoughts and words the project seeks to encourage all of us to face up to implicit bias.
Online platforms have been blamed for fuelling extremist attacks and spreading hatred in their aftermath, but what can really be done to tackle this?
This plan is a comprehensive market-based approach to making energy in Australia more affordable, more reliable, and ensuring that the social cost of energy use is taken into account.
As cities grow by 1.5 million people a week, how can we design cities differently to ensure we improve peoples' lives and wellbeing?