• 7 February 2024

    Simple quantitative metrics don’t do justice to the breadth and complexity of human experience. Researchers and policymakers can benefit from frameworks implementing a nested relationship between data and lived experiences, metrics and relational processes.

    Juliet Bennett

  • 8 November 2023

    What are the challenges to academic influence in public policy? And what practical steps are available to bridge the gap between researchers and policymakers?

    Susan Harris Rimmer, Ed Morgan and Sofija Tanveska

  • 10 October 2023

    Skills mismatches will grow due to climate change and its economic fallout. Microcredentials can enable rapid and inclusive re-skilling while offering universities an opportunity to re-invent their mission in a “climate changed” world.

    Jack Isherwood

  • 25 September 2023

    Revenue-contingent loans for research-based start-ups could provide a sustainable model for boosting Australia’s R&D output.

    Ken Baldwin, Bruce Chapman & Glenn Withers

  • 25 September 2023

    Revenue-contingent loans for research-based start-ups could provide a sustainable model for boosting Australia’s R&D output.

    Ken Baldwin, Bruce Chapman & Glenn Withers

  • 25 September 2023

    Revenue-contingent loans for research-based start-ups could provide a sustainable model for boosting Australia’s R&D output.

    Ken Baldwin, Bruce Chapman & Glenn Withers

  • 4 September 2023

    The path to optimal collaboration between policymakers and researchers is long and winding – but innovative new institutions are helping accelerate the journey.

    Peter Shergold

  • 16 November 2022

    Australian universities contribute to the public good. But we need to be more ambitious about realising their potential. It’s time to remedy and reimagine our research system.

    Duncan Ivison

  • 31 August 2022

    The new Labor government has a historic opportunity to boost young people’s wellbeing as part of its economic agenda—here’s how.

    Travers McLeod

  • 30 August 2022

    Is now the moment to (re)introduce an independent "buffer body" for the tertiary sector that will enable universities to respond to future jobs, skills and research needs?

    Libby Hackett