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History Without Heritage

Armed with power tools, hammers and pickaxes, it took just minutes for ISIS to reduce a 3,000-year-old relic to rubble. It took even less time for the video of the famous Assyrian winged bull deities at the Nergal gates of Nineveh being vandalised beyond recognition, to be uploaded onto the internet by the tech-savvy propaganda wing of ISIS.

Politics Education

Rebuilding Aceh

When Nazariah Sahu Palar learned that in Aceh, the Indonesian province where she grew up, around 3,500 teachers and educators perished in the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami, she knew she had to do something. So, together with a group of Deakin Indonesian Alumni, she set about making sure that education wouldn’t end up being the invisible casualty of the natural disaster.

Culture Politics

Growing A Healthy Nation

Sure, everyone knows that we need to eat more fruit and vegetables and exercise more. But that vital step between reading the fact sheets and making real life healthy living choices is a stumbling block that has thwarted many good intentions. Until now.

Business Tech

Rethinking the Wheel

As the engines revved and the drivers braced expectantly at the Formula SAE starting line, the team behind the Deakin University car had its eyes on another entry. The Swedish car with a partial carbon fibre wheel.

Culture Politics

End of Life Ethics

Should embryos be edited to create enhanced humans? Should we use genetic technology to grow organs in pigs that can be used in human transplants? And if so, at what stage does a human become a pig? Should we prolong or shorten a life of pain? And while we are at it, if administering a drug to convicted violent criminals will stop them reoffending, who would be against that?

Health Culture

Preventing the Preventable

Professor Svetha Venkatesh is helping to identify people in the Geelong area most in danger of making a suicide attempt. Yet she’s not a doctor. She’s not a psychiatrist. Professor Venkatesh is a computer scientist.