The first Australian university course focused on blockchain has begun. ANDREW MANGELSDORF and HIMMAT SHALIGRAM report on coming to grips with a surging technology
Police are increasing security around the University of Melbourne after a spate of attacks on Chinese students in recent months.
A lack of consultation at three different universities regarding how the Student Services and Amenities Fee is distributed is leaving clubs ill-equipped to succeed.
Spin bowlers will be able to track the precise speed, spin and axis of their deliveries through a smart cricket ball being developed by researchers at RMIT By ZAYA ALTANGEREL It looks like a normal cricket ball, but it’s really a computer for spin bowlers. Researchers are RMIT are working in collaboration with Cricket Victoria on a smart … Continue reading It’s all in the spin: The new smart cricket ball
Low-paid contract cleaners are working harder for less as employers cut wages in a bid to remain competitive while pressure to cut corners has led to poor standards of hygiene in some of Victoria’s public places. mojo reports on the dirty face of contract cleaning. By EMMA KELLY VICTORIAN casual shopping centre cleaner David* describes his … Continue reading The dirty face of contract cleaning