Link Festival 2015, Melbourne


Nobel prize contender San Thang cut from CSIRO

Credit Suisse reveals Australians are the richest in the world — and we know why

Australian Government investment in science reaches 30-year low

Positive News

What stories got you talking in 2014?

Global Health Observatory

Wealth & Health of Nations

Guinea Worm Disease: Worldwide Case Totals

AIDS has reached a tipping point

The causes of a welcome trend

The World Bank’s Poverty Overview

Global Rise of Education

Literacy - Empirical View

5 Reasons Why 2013 Was The Best Year In Human History

How to think about technology

News is bad for you – and giving up reading it will make you happier

Why The Washing Machine Was The Greatest Invention Of The Industrial Revolution

The mobile revolution

A World Transfixed by Screens

$30 smartphones are here—and they’re getting better every day

Bitcoin Blazes New Trail In Emerging Markets

3-D Printing

Japanese Researchers Close to 3D Printing Human Body Parts
An Overview of All 25 Parts NASA & Made In Space Have 3D Printed in Space
Voltera, The Electronics Printer, Launches To Much Fanfare


The Stuff of “Fantastic Voyage” Nanomotors Travel Through Blood

Cancer-fighting Robots

Robots (co-bots!)

Elon Musk says next year's Tesla cars will be able to self-drive 90 percent of the time

Autonomous Cars Are Closer Than You Think

Elon Musk: Don't fall asleep at the wheel for another 5 years

Gone Parkin’

World report on road traffic injury prevention

Look Mom, No Hands!

Transportation and Greenhouse Gas Emissions


Will New Technologies Give Critical Boost to Solar Power?

Solar at grid parity in most of world by 2017

Why have the IEA’s projections of renewables growth been so much lower than the out-turn?