Features


Testing the water
September 1st, 2005

Science fiction stories routinely depict wars over water rather than oil. Water is going to be one of the killer apps of the twenty first century, and providing it to increasing numbers of people is going to be one of the most important challenges in history.

The Future is Now
August 1st, 2006

Some of the biggest electronics manufacturers in the world are betting a fortune that they do, and they need guinea pigs — are you up for it?


It’s cool to hack
March 27th, 2015

Described by PIAF as Australia’s first ‘art hack’, participating entrants have 24 hours to create a digitally interactive artwork. Whether an app, website, robotics or a projected presentation, if it’s interactive and it’s art, it will find a place in Hack The Festival.

Being thrifty
April 18th, 2011

But extrapolate ten people using one drill instead of buying a drill each. Won’t that spell doom for the capitalist economy, collaborative consumption a victim of its own success?


The age of man
November 7th, 2010

“Fathers, uncles, schoolteachers and active men in the community need to spend thousands of hours with boys,” Biddulph explains. “Masculinity isn’t something you’re born with or that you suddenly get at 18 or 25. It has to be carefully and intensively taught.”

Why you are your best cyber security
May 20th, 2014

Unfortunately, the most robust security infrastructure in the world can’t change user behaviour. “I don’t see any sign people are better with their passwords,” says Symantec’s US security response director Kevin Haley. “There needs to be a technology solution because people don’t change.”






Actually, it is rocket science With the methane-driven Raptor engine, SpaceX is propelling spaceflight into a ...
October 1st, 2019

Jared Diamond writes about upheaval, but is ‘cautiously optimistic’ Reading Jared Diamond's influential books on humanity's history like Guns, Germs ...
October 1st, 2019

When Skylab Came Crashing Down Four decades ago, NASA’s pride and joy plummeted to Earth. No one ...
July 8th, 2019

Das uncrewed boot Boeing’s Orca is set to change the face of US undersea battle-readiness. ...
July 8th, 2019

The Time Machine A new space-borne telescope will see farther than any man-made instrument before ...
July 8th, 2019



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