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Future of Digital CBD: Melbourne & Beyond
New report says Melbourne is perfectly placed to re-imagine itself through Digital CBD
What to watch during LUVEfest: three suggestions
TSU archaeologists found rare Neolithic artifacts on Nyasha Island
Designing wearable technologies to solve some of our most pressing health challenges
Researchers reveal new suicide prevention tools from survivors
Research finds Black, immigrant girls of color face hostile classrooms
UNESCO and LiiV Center for Digital Anthropology Launch Global Partnership to Advance Field of Digital Anthropology
Monash University report provides insight into police decision-making
Impact of deindustrialisation on education for working class
New digital tool to improve visitors museum experience
CooperVision presents expansive ocular research during 2021 BCLA Virtual Conference
Understanding hidden causes of delays in discharging frail older people from hospital
A better way to introduce digital tech in workplace
Japan’s hands-off formula in disciplining schoolchildren works. Is it worth a try elsewhere?
Fisheries Resilience Following Tohoku Tsunami
Fierce beauty gives a voice to dispossessed: Fiona Foley retrospective at QUT Art Museum
Pop art meets ancient Egypt
Why Do Anthropologists Need Programming?
Memorandum on Restoring Trust in Government Through Scientific Integrity and Evidence-Based Policymaking
Scientists made a film dedicated to Ketsky stockade
Anthropologist Andrew Littlejohn composes sonic ethnography in Japan
3 Questions: Christine Walley on evolving perception of robots in US
Department of Communication Studies faculty publish 5 books in 2020
Digital Inclusion Report warns of COVID impact
Shaken or stirred? Dangerous fieldwork in social sciences
India’s culture of coping with cancer
‘Yeshiva Days’ records Lower East Side Jewish life
Researchers delve into Montreal Casino’s “Vegas Nights” experience
New program starting in fall will offer a minor in Latinx studies
Lester’s book on eating disorders wins Victor Turner Prize
Binge eating, alcohol and lack of exercise hit England’s mental health in lockdown
UNSW online fieldwork knowledge exchange goes viral during pandemic
Human Mobility and Western Asia’s Early State-Level Societies
WUR documentary about Texel whalers
Students tackle anthropology of COVID-19
Latest technology isn’t always best, most sustainable or adequate
Imperial start-up turning tide on fishing bycatch
LUC Reunion in ‘City of Dreaming Spires’
Scientist is a co-author of largest study of ancient human DNA
It’s time to explain Country in Indigenous terms