One of the great satirical achievements of the mass media era, the editorial cartoon, is losing its centrality in the digital age. Yet the 'visual terrorism' of cartoons can cut through the verbiage of political commentary.
Waste cooking oil from cafes and fast food outlets can be used to capture mercury pollution from sites contaminated by agriculture, mining and other industry.
Leading Australian hydrogeologists say the proposed $500 million pipeline from the Murray River to Broken Hill will deliver much more expensive water than closer, plentiful high-quality groundwater supplies.
Pioneering cancer research at Flinders has led to development of a new blood test called Colvera, which is in the shortlist for a national Eureka science award.
Google is courting an Adelaide startup that utilises smartphone sensor technology to develop a range of science learning tools.
It’s not easy to fail and take criticism, but learning resilience and how to manage knockbacks is what our children need to thrive in uncertain times.
“The New Zealand and Australian economies are being disrupted in fundamental ways, driven by the rapid digitisation of industries and communities.”