Science and technology

Cover of Radical Technologies
Adam Greenfield’s ‘Radical Technologies’ is an essential guide to the tech revolution
By Scott Ludlam
Image of a modern kitchen, circa 1950.
How transformative has the computer age really been?
By James Boyce
Image of a robot waiter
What does automation mean for the future of jobs?
By Andrew Charlton and Jim Chalmers
Illustration
Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex keeps an eye on the stars
By Andrew P Street
Social media is blurring the line between opinion and advertising
By Helen Sullivan
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Meet Australia’s creatures of the deep
By Nicole Gill
Image of child looking at screen
Do smart devices in classrooms help kids learn?
By Russell Marks
STEM is the future, and women need to be part of it
By Margaret Wertheim
Image of Xiaojing Hao
Australia’s solar champions face an uncertain future
By Ceridwen Dovey
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Wikiclub NT is raising the Northern Territory’s profile on Wikipedia
By Oscar Schwartz
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Melbourne Museum’s Thomas Rich has devoted more than 30 years to Australia’s polar dinosaurs
By Chloe Hooper
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Just how innovative is the Turnbull government’s innovation package?
By Nick Feik
A conversation with Julian Assange
By John Keane
The mysteries of the microbiome
By Jo Chandler
Practising medicine away from the big cities
By Karen Hitchcock
The world’s biggest radio telescope is under construction in Western Australia
By Michael Lucy
Sometimes a doctor can’t help but kill a patient
By Karen Hitchcock

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