The ethics of experimental vaccines
Deliberately infecting people with a disease-causing agent as part of medical research can be ethically acceptable, and even necessary.
Preventing a stroke 'epidemic'
Action is needed to reduce the alarming rise in the incidence of stroke in low to middle-income countries.
Soccer's human rights test
FIFA can act quickly and decisively for its sponsors. Now it must act for the human rights of one of its footballers.
Joanne Lao’s marketing degree propelled her into one of the world’s biggest global advertising groups, where she’s chief executive of Greater China operations.
A mission to make plastic fantastic
A Dutch design student's idea to repurpose plastics on a small scale has become an initiative that's spawned a growing global community.
Unmasking slavery's hidden face
A landmark sex workers' court case in Melbourne led to the establishment of a modern legal definition of slavery in international law.
The cryptocurrency pioneer
Before the invention of bitcoin, Joseph Liu was playing with an idea that would cut out the middle man in online currency exchange.
How China is clamping down on corruption
Chinese President Xi Jinping has launched a number of measures against corruption.
Alice De Jonge
Law and Tax Expert
Professor, Associate Dean (Research), Faculty of Law
Professor, Monash Bioethics Centre
Professor, Law Resources
Director of Learning and Teaching, and Senior Lecturer, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Professor (Research), Medicine Monash Health
Associate Professor, Cyber Security and Systems