Securing future jobs for those with autism depends on what we do next
With an increasing number of people being diagnosed on the autistic spectrum, this world-first global study investigates what the future holds for their employment opportunities.
The lockdown quandary: is the pain worth the gain?
Monash researchers are mapping the global effects of different strategies used to contain and manage COVID-19. This is what they have found so far.
Grapple with artificial intelligence now, or risk being stranded later
Coming to grips with the future implications of AI on global trade isn't easy, particularly when it is becoming embedded into the decision-making process itself.
Smart contracts: just how smart are they?
With the rise of disruptive new technologies, smart contracts have the potential to increase productivity, lower costs, and increase transparency. But is the law keeping up?
Loneliness is not just a health burden; it also has an economic cost
Loneliness has an economic cost. As a new study reveals its link with mental health in Australia, what can be done?
When COVID-19 first hit, Australian investors under-reacted. Why?
In the weeks following the outbreak of the coronavirus, the Australian market drifted down. Then came the reaction.
Are cleaner energy policies possible for India post-COVID-19?
India's energy sector was already experiencing production issues, so does COVID-19 present an opportunity to introduce more renewables?
The way students size up their chances at high school influences their future studies
Students’ beliefs about whether they will complete high school predict whether they go on to further education.
Don’t hold off breast cancer screening, women told
COVID-19 has made women reluctant to attend routine breast cancer screening, but there is a compelling reason not to put it off: cost.
Rethinking biofuels: the future of energy?
Australia lags the rest of the world when it comes to adopting biofuels - that is, turning plant matter into energy. But we can move beyond the 'food versus fuel' argument with expert research and government support.