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Issue One 2015

  • Just the ticket

    Smart, environmentally friendly electric buses could transform public transport here and overseas.

  • Stars in their eyes

    Researchers are extending our understanding of the cosmos by looking ever deeper into space.

  • Industry ready

    Indigenous trades programs are teaching the skills needed to build communities.

  • The key to a home

    Homelessness is a complicated problem that requires the input of myriad experts.

  • Bright future

    A groundbreaking imaging technique that pinpoints the source of seizures is changing the lives of some epilepsy sufferers.

  • Ahead of the game

    Playing video games switches on the brain’s dopamine system, which is associated with pleasure. What if gaming could change the way students learn?

  • Power to learn

    Education gave former carpenter Josh Collins an opportunity he never dreamed possible.

  • Shape of the future

    Australian manufacturing is about to enter a brave new world thanks to a $100 million facility in suburban Melbourne.

  • Pick of the crop

    Since joining Swinburne University of Technology as a mature-age horticulture student and completing a Certificate III in Horticulture, Mr Henbery has accumulated a swag of awards, including the Nursery and Garden Industry of Victoria Apprentice of the Year.