Coronavirus: the ethical challenges
How prepared are we to give up some personal freedoms, and how do we allocate scarce resources? These are just some of the tough questions we face.
A link between gait and dementia
There's far more to the way we walk than we first thought, including it being a possible early indicator of dementia.
Disarming gendered disablism
A new toolkit aims to give women living with disability an avenue to tackle abuse, and to support them to escape community and at-home violence.
eSports in schools: Let the games begin
Interest is growing in the possible teaching and learning applications of eSports across all areas of the curriculum.
Sore spot in aged care
Using pressure injury rates to target underperforming nursing homes is critical to improving Australia’s aged care system.
Reframing our future technology fears
Don’t worry, your self-driving car won’t kill you – as long as research focuses on people and society, too.
Better candidates than BoJo
If Boris Johnson becomes British PM, the most likely outcome is a no-deal Brexit leavened with the rhetoric of past and future glories of the UK.
Cleaning up the backyard
Pacific climate migration patterns challenge the role of national governments as intermediaries for policy action.
A moving idea
We know overcrowded public transport is a major deterrent to using it, but a Monash lab is working to change that.
Restraint of the aged
Regulating physical restraint of the elderly in nursing homes is a step in the right direction, but more still needs to be done to educate the sector on alternatives.
The fake news on public transport
Don't believe the hype when it comes to reports that driverless cars are the answer to our traffic problems.
Tourism: spare a thought for the locals
Residents of many tourism-dependent destinations are seeing the unique character of their home towns vanish beneath a wave of souvenir shops, crowds, tour buses and rowdy bars.
The art of healing
Medicinal plants were used by Aboriginal Australians to help treat conditions including rheumatism and indigestion, to strengthening the immune system.
The benefits of going to the dogs
Research shows therapy dogs can be beneficial for students in many ways, including reducing stress and anxiety, and helping students feel more excited about participating in classroom activities.
How women can build a safer world
Could the war on terror be won by listening to and empowering women?
Satisfying our need for heroic stories of fertility and birth
The frank but sweet discussion of childbirth in the BBC's Call the Midwife has much in common with fairy tales.
The difficulty in forecasting volcanic eruptions
What is it that makes volcanoes erupt and why it is so difficult for us to understand their violent nature?
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Associate Professor, Design
Professor, Peninsula Clinical School
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Director, Emerging Technologies Research Lab, and Professor, Design
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Professor of International Relations and Director, of the Gender, Peace and Security Centre
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