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Career

15 June 2018
Can journalism survive the digital revolution?

As media leaders struggle to find a business model to support journalism, new opportunities have emerged for those with strong communication skills.

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Career

08 June 2018
Work like a dog: the pros and cons of bringing pets to work

Over recent years we have seen the emergence and increasing popularity of ‘bring your pet to work’ days. So what are the pros and cons?

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Innovation

05 June 2018
Is Netflix shrinking Australia’s film and television industry?

With the rise of global TV formats, we need to understand how the TV programming and film production industries are changing. Dr Toija Cinque discusses.

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Seaweed on the shore and in the ocean

Innovation

31 May 2018
Watch: how seaweed can save the planet

Emerging research is showing that seaweed has the potential to battle some of our planet’s biggest issues. Watch to find out more.

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Innovation

15 May 2018
Surprising jobs for robots that will change our lives

As robotics technology becomes more and more advanced, what sort of jobs will they be doing that will change the way we live?

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Innovation

09 April 2018
Is technology the future of education?

A recent collaboration between ABC Education and Deakin Motion.Lab conveys how technology benefits students’ learning, and engages them in the classroom.

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Phone sitting in pants pocket

Innovation

29 March 2018
Watch: Clothing that could charge your phone
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Image of a green eye

Innovation

21 March 2018
Facial recognition ID: how safe is your face?

Deakin University’s Dr Leo Zhang explains whether or not the Face ID feature on the iPhone X is more secure or just more convenient.

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Aerial view of solar panels

Innovation

15 March 2018
Ready, set, boom: is the wait for renewable energy finally over?

As a country blessed with plenty of wide open spaces and sunshine, renewable energy is a natural fit. So how far have we come to embrace renewable energy?

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Dashboard of a car

Innovation

18 January 2018
Driverless cars might be safer but they’ll still keep the courts busy

Before deeming driverless cars completely safe, human drivers will need to share the responsibility (both actual and legal) for control of their vehicles.

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