An enterprising group of students has swapped the classroom for the Pacific to help find solutions to climate change challenges facing island communities.
To protect financially vulnerable Australians we need to improve financial resilience skills and ensure payday lending regulations are both strong and enforced, write Kristy Muir, Fanny Salignac and Rebecca Reeve.
Affordable power storage is the missing link in the renewable energy revolution. Neeraj Sharma is developing next-generation rechargeable batteries that run on seawater.
Leaving housing empty and subsidised by government is both taxation lunacy and a national scandal, write Laurence Troy and Bill Randolph.
We must not let the new hot weather record overwhelm us. Rather, it should be treated as a renewed call-to-arms, writes Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick.
Working in a stress-free environment might sound appealing. But new research shows most of us need a little bit of pressure to get the job done.
A knee-jerk reaction to the Brussels bombings is not the answer. We need a calmer, more nuanced approach, writes Fergal Davis.
Thousands of experts in AI and Robotics recently signed an open letter to the UN calling for a ban on offensive autonomous weapons, or as the media like to call them, killer robots.
A focus on collaboration between nations, rather than on shutting borders, is the key to countering terrorism, writes Christopher Michaelsen.
Coral bleaching is the 'canary in the coal mine' and suggests the present rate of climate change is too fast for many species to adapt, write Katrin Meissner and Kaitlin Alexander.