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01 September 2017
Three ways business analytics is impacting our lives

Deakin’s Associate Professor Jacob Cybulski outlines three ways companies are using business analytics to add value for both themselves and their customers.

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23 August 2017
North Korea: is Australia at risk of nuclear war?

North Korea claims to have the weapons to launch a nuclear war. How would this impact Australia? Our expert dissects the issue.

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17 August 2017
Quiz: How good is your history general knowledge?

Do you think you’ve got the facts and figures about our history down pat? Take this quiz to find out how your knowledge measures up.

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10 August 2017
Shining a light on Australia’s biodiversity crisis

Over the past few hundred years, Australia has the worst record in the world for mammal extinctions. Can science communication reverse the trend?

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26 July 2017
Should suspects in criminal cases be publicly named?

Dr Marilyn McMahon from Deakin University discusses the pros and cons of publicly naming suspects in criminal cases and why the issue is so hotly debated.

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24 July 2017
Is freedom of speech under threat?

As claims of ‘political correctness gone mad’ dominate the media, freedom of speech is a central issue in our current cultural and political climate.

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17 July 2017
The future of cycling

The Tour De France is the pinnacle of road racing. Those competing push themselves to the edge, but have they pushed bike development to its limits?

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14 July 2017
Why Melburnians make healthier food choices

Does living in Melbourne make you healthier? Deakin nutrition and population health expert, Dr Lukar Thornton, has the answers.

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11 July 2017
Is household debt ruining the economy?

Professor Pasquale Sgro from Deakin’s Department of Economics discusses how government regulation can stabilise the economy and what you can do about debt.

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03 July 2017
NAIDOC Week: why don’t we have a treaty?

The relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians is improving, but there are still many reasons why we need a treaty. Our expert explains.

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