Can ethical leaders make teams more creative?
Research suggests that ethical leaders provide their teams with emotional confidence that helps to foster creativity, says University of Melbourne expert
The online hate for Amber Heard
As the Depp v Heard jury considers its verdict, social media has judged Amber Heard for not being the ‘right kind’ of victim say University of Melbourne experts
Why are we so vulnerable to bad information?
Identifying misinformation is difficult, but we can make it easier by being aware of our biases and wary of strong emotions, says University of Melbourne expert
Imran Khan’s failure exposes Pakistan’s military problem
Pakistan’s governments have always been dominated by the military, including Imran Khan's, but there is hope for change, argues University of Melbourne expert
ACCC vs Big Tech: Round 10 and counting
University of Melbourne experts say the ACCC is taking on Big Tech again – this time it’s Meta – with a focus on dismantling a key Big Tech defence tool.
Caste and cricket: How celebrities enable inequality
University of Melbourne experts say examples of celebrities flaunting their caste identity can end up further promoting and enabling this historic inequality.
TikTok captures your face
University of Melbourne experts say that TikTok's decision to capture unique digital copies of your face and voice is a cybersecurity threat to your identity.
Poetry as a surveillance survival guide
Amid pervasive surveillance and social media, it is poetry that can help us navigate our technologically-led society, says a University of Melbourne expert
Is viral marketing a key to our planet’s health?
The speed of climate decline is reaching an alarming tipping point; Eavesdrop on Ideas explores how the art of viral marketing can influence science for good.
One (wo)man’s trash...
A community-led group, enabled by social media, are rescuing hard waste and building a more connected society, writes a University of Melbourne anthropologist.