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The first human trial of a tiny device that reads brain signals is successfully allowing patients with paralysis to operate computers and phones with their minds
In the move towards generating energy more sustainably, it is small, iterative technological improvements that will drive many of the changes our planet needs.
Despite public support, the COVIDSafe app failed to reach its download target. So, what are the implications for future policies that need citizens to share information?
Understanding the Australian landscape and a sharper focus on values will be essential in managing the increase in extreme events caused by climate change
What Australian print media narratives do, don’t and should tell us about gender diversity in our workplaces
Recent advances in medical imaging provide doctors more detail on what’s happening inside our bodies than ever before, with technologies like 3D fly-throughs of internal organs becoming increasingly common.