Can science fiction provide new insight into the human condition?
Deakin Indigenous graduate, Alexis Spencer, is aiming to support Indigenous people to have meaningful careers in early childhood teaching.
A few clever initiatives have opened the way for more parent–researchers to attend academic conferences more easily.
How does the media shape the way we perceive “community” in rural areas?
What role do regional actors play in fuelling Middle East proxy wars?
What does it mean to be "human"?
New technology is now being used to digitally preserve heritage while also providing evidence of its destruction.
With the right strategies, teachers can significantly improve self-perception, motor competence and, ultimately, physical activity in teenage girls.
Hundreds of children with disabilities around the nation are set to have support to participate in dance.
Space exploration is a fascinating frontier for science, but do we need to consider its ethical, health and environmental implications?
Deakin researchers have been awarded funding for an ARC Special Research Initiative – the PFAS Remediation Research Program.
Developing diagrams and visual representations can lead to huge improvements in student performance and engagement in STEM subjects.
Recent actual and cancelled appearances by Steve Bannon raise questions about traditional approaches to knowledge generation.
Having more factual knowledge of Islam and contact with Muslims is linked to less prejudice against Muslims.
A presentation on the educational value of digital games has seen PhD candidate Jarrod Hogan win this year’s Deakin 3MT crown.
One year on, a new book sheds light on the ongoing Myanmar Rohingya conflict.