Higher Education Insight
Covid-19 made science communication more important than ever—but we’re still having the same problems we had 20 years agoHigher Education Insight
The covid-19 pandemic has exposed vulnerabilities in health research translation, but it is far from the first time we’ve had problems with medical research and misinformation.
Research is vital to our economic and social growth. But how has the pandemic affected our PhD students?Higher Education Insight
PhD students are no strangers to high-stress, low-support work environments. The pandemic has exacerbated existing pressures.
5 life-saving Australian inventions you didn’t know aboutHigher Education Insight
Australia celebrates a robust history of medical research and development. Here are five lesser-known inventions that have contributed to the global good.
Funding diversity is the key to resilience for the Australian higher education sectorHigher Education Insight
The pandemic has exposed a weakness in our research funding model in Australia. Instead of switching our overreliance from one source of funding to another, we must diversify to promote stability and resilience.
Emerging technologies and online marketplaces are changing the way students study in AustraliaHigher Education Insight
Despite its challenges, the pandemic represents an exciting time for technology in higher education. It has accelerated the uptake of digital media and AI among other new innovations.