Following Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga’s announcement that he will soon step down, one of the frontrunners for Japan’s premiership is Fumio Kishida, a politician who has long been waiting in the wings for the presidency of Japan’s ruling
UNSW Canberra 2021 graduate Harriet Farlow was working at a tech start-up in New York when she began her degree. But she knew she didn’t need to look further than her home town, when she chose to further her studies.
We’ve all grown tired of lockdowns, border closures and other restrictions. So the promise of a freer life, when 70% and then 80% of Australians aged 16 and older are vaccinated, feels like a beacon on the horizon.
Twenty-one organisations from across Australia and the United States have found that a series of satellites fitted with hyperspectral sensors could become a key component in Australia’s space capabilities.