Artists have long tackled global issues, from war to human rights. But what, asks Joanna Mendelssohn, does this actually achieve?
Shopping for a mobile phone is confusing at the best of times, and trying to find an environmentally friendly option is even harder. UNSW's Miles Park provides some answers.
Class action litigants expect their legal fees to match the result of the case, but that isn't always how it works, writes Michael Legg.
It's time for a new discussion about the rules around privacy and politics in Australia, writes David Vaile, with the privacy interests of individuals front and centre.
Sensors that monitor everything a self-driving vehicle does can help determine who is liable in the case of an accident, write Raja Jurdak and Salil S. Kanhere.
A High Court decision on section 44 has restored some sanity, writes George Williams.
With more students from ASEAN member countries coming to Australia, our educators can capitalise on already burgeoning relationships, writes Professor Ian Jacobs.
The enormous value of science research should be realised with the help of new, dedicated financial support, writes Ian Jacobs.
Removing trade and other barriers between ASEAN countries would create a more effective regional block, writes Fariborz Moshirian.
The Sydney Biennale is blossoming from a rebellious childhood into an engaging maturity that speaks volumes to audiences, writes Felicity Fenner.