Tech giants open doors to Hack-a-thon winners
A creative solution to facilitating remote and rural learning saw five students win the tech trip of a lifetime to the mecca of start-ups and innovation, San Francisco.
New ways of ‘being together apart’ can work for us and the planet long after coronavirus crisis passes
Changes in behaviour now being forced upon us might benefit the planet in the long term as we find and get used to other ways of holding meetings. Hear from the experts below.
Science continues to suggest a link between autism and the gut. Here’s why that’s important
Many people will associate autism with traits including atypical social interactions, repetitive behaviours, and difficulties with speech and communication. But perhaps lesser known is the fact people with autism are more likely to experience gastrointestinal disorders than the general population.
Female first football boot opens gates to gender equality in sport
Women are turning to football in growing numbers yet can’t buy a boot designed for their fit. Ida Sports is changing that, working with RMIT they’ve released a boot that puts women’s fit first.