The splendour of cybersecurity
Young people may be cyber savvy but need help with cybersecurity. A free University of Melbourne 'Tune Up' gave hundreds at Splendour in the Grass a tech boost.
Your phone, your emotions and everyday life
Digital technology helps manage emotions, but we need better education on overuse and healthier ways of regulating feelings, say University of Melbourne experts
Do devices help us regulate our emotions?
Digital technologies help us work, play, socialise and relax; University of Melbourne researchers are now finding they may also help us regulate our emotions.
Wearable devices that use human energy
University of Melbourne researchers are looking at new ways to capture, reuse and recycle energy made by the human body to power wearable electronic devices.
A very modern dilemma
Mobile messaging keeps us connected 24/7; University of Melbourne research finds people use a range of tactics to avoid messages, but little accepted etiquette
Could your smartphone become your therapist?
Digital mental healthcare can potentially help people, but University of Melbourne research finds the relationship between patient and therapist remains key.
Using AI to make your smartphone smarter
Our smartphones aren't very smart. But University of Melbourne research is working on Artificial Intelligence that predicts when you will reach for your mobile
4 ways tech can help your mental health
The headlines say digital technology is bad for our mental health, but University of Melbourne research finds new tech could provide future tools for treatment.
The Crossy Road to success
An arcade-style game involving a chicken crossing a road has become a smash worldwide hit - and it was created by a student at the University of Melbourne.