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Serious breaches by a serving politician should also lead to their automatic expulsion from Parliament.

Melbourne Museum’s new exhibition, with its well chosen artefacts, tells the human stories of Australians in WWI, writes Peter Stanley.

Access to this significant collection will enrich and inform research on one of the most significant periods in Australia’s recent political and military history.

A penalty of five years’ imprisonment for a person who discloses information relating to a special intelligence operation would have a chilling effect on media freedom, writes Keiran Hardy.

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Astronaut Chris Hadfield on space oddities

Fans got to pose questions to YouTube's most famous astronaut Chris Hadfield. Watch the interview with Veritasium's Derek Muller at the exclusive Space Oddity event at Sydney's Powerhouse Museum.

 

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Interchanging - the bus stop of the future

UNSW Built Environment staff and students have designed a "smart" bus stop that provides a level of interactivity comparable to smart phones. For more information go to the research project website.  

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Changing lives by degrees – the UNSW ASPIRE program

ASPIRE’s mission is to empower young people to secure the education and future they deserve, regardless of their circumstances or background. The program's $4.6 million federal government funding will end this year.  For more information go to the website.

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Changing lives by degrees – the UNSW ASPIRE program

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New centre of excellence to push nanomedical frontiers

UNSW researchers are developing drugs tailored to an individual patient and delivered directly to a target organ as part of a new Centre of Excellence that explores medical innovation at the molecular level.

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Rapid response teams halve hospital heart attack deaths

Detecting and treating patients before they have a cardiac arrest isn’t rocket science, but it’s a life saver, writes Ken Hillman.

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In defence of fiscally conservative treasurers

All borrowing, whether domestic or foreign, entails a tax impost.This borrowing is only justified if it is to fund long-lived public goods that I, and others, benefit from collectively, writes Peter Swan.

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Former President of Ireland to discuss peace process

Former President of Ireland Mary McAleese will return to Australia more than a decade after she stood in the Opera House to announce the campaign to establish a Chair in Irish Studies at UNSW.

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Not just a pretty interface: Good design goes beyond looks

Designers need to negotiate the sometimes delicate, sometimes clunky borders and controls that connect consumers to machines, writes Ross Harley.

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A finger-prick blood test for cancer, biomaterials to replace bone, koala vaccines and a mutant obesity-proof mouse are among bold new PhD ideas battling it out in this year's Three-Minute Thesis competition.

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Unlocking the potential of Asia’s next superpower

At the launch of a new book, “Reimagining India”, an expert panel moderated by Vice-Chancellor Fred Hilmer has identified opportunities for Australian business, education and research in an economically resurgent India.