It’s 40 years, since ‘Star Wars’ first hit the silver screen, launching into our lives forever. Now robots like R2-D2 are no longer just a sci-fi fantasy. Lexy Haggard reports.
By Megan Dennis Produced for online by Lily Nothling Will robots be taking over our jobs? Will the period of retirement be longer? What is the changing face of capitalism? These are just some of the questions experts will answer…
The state government is encouraging Queensland startup businesses to exchange their technology and ideas. It wants them to use what’s called co-space to foster creativity. Lexi Kehl reports.
Written by Maudy Veltema Produced for online by Reece D’Alessandro You might not be able to hear termites devastating your walls, but a new app developed on the Gold Coast can. The Termite Buster app allows people to listen in…
By Milyka McCutcheon Produced for online by Emily Halverson Two hundred thousand Australian kids are set to learn the language of computer coding under a new computer education program.
A Queensland organisation is helping us understand what a mental illness feels like. It’s developed a virtual reality program for schools that simulates disorientation. Tamika Seeto reports.
Brisbane’s humid climate and hilly landscape have until now discouraged the amount of people swapping their car for a more cost-efficient electric bike. However a change in the e-bike market could make roads safer for not only cyclists, but potentially all…
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In what could be a world first, marine scientists are mapping the entire Great Barrier Reef. It’s hoped the ‘big picture’ will restore the sensitive coral environment. Ashleigh Dwan reports.
Written by Annalise Pennisi Produced for online by Molly Houseman New figures show a surge in the number of children being cautioned for child exploitation materials, with our laws struggling to keep up with changes in technology. Nearly half of…