5 tips to figure out if a tech company on the stock market is an ethical investment
Historically, tech stocks have dominated global stock markets. Despite the pandemic, many continue to grow at a remarkable rate.
New advertising code doesn’t cover social influences but it should
Australia's new advertising code addresses hyper-sexualisation, but not where it’s needed most: social influencers.
Why is Bitcoin’s price at an all-time high? And how is its value determined?
An increasing number of individuals and companies are now investing in Bitcoin, the world's largest and first fully-functioning cryptocurrency. But why?
Artists already think like entrepreneurs, now they need to act like them
A new study has revealed surprising similarities in the psychology of artists and entrepreneurs, identifying characteristics that could help boost creative economies.
That advice to women to ‘lean in’, be more confident… it doesn’t help, and data show it
Confidence matters for men's job promotion prospects. But for women, it's a different story.
Ten ways RMIT research is helping to build a more sustainable future
From turning back the emissions clock to building more durable roads from old tyres, RMIT researchers are tackling today’s biggest challenges and developing solutions for a more sustainable world.
Future of age care must be built on better housing design: report
Pragmatic housing design features are vital to enable older people to stay home longer, have greater independence and reduce the cost of age care services, according to new RMIT University research.
Playing the COVID-19 blame game may feel good, but it could come at a cost — the government’s credibility
The government has become an easy scapegoat as the pandemic has worsened. While blame can alleviate stress, grief and guilt, it can also be counterproductive if people trust less in their leaders.
What to do with anti-maskers? Punishment has its place, but can also entrench resistance
What’s driving “Bunnings Karen” and others to film themselves arguing with shop assistants about face masks and human rights? And how should we respond?
Footy is back, but what will it look like for die-hard fans during a global pandemic?
As AFL fans across the country get excited for the return of footy on Thursday night, there is still an air of nervous anticipation as to what lies ahead. How do we enjoy our national sport in a time of COVID-19?
Helping people do the right thing in times of pandemic
People will be more likely to follow physical distancing rules in coming months if they appreciate the impact of their actions on a human level, experts say.
Reports reveal our attitudes to sexist ads and how the industry can improve
People are sick of sexist ads and the harm they cause but feel powerless to change them, according to new research.