The Festival of Dangerous Ideas presented this year for the first time in conjunction with UNSW Centre for Ideas, asked some fascinating questions.
Notoriously controversial American artist Andres Serrano talks with ABC journalist, Monique Schafter.
Ten years after the biggest financial upheaval since the Great Depression, much has changed.
Susie Latham responds to new government funded programs that train state workers to surveil children for signs of emerging terrorism.
"Consciousness is an intellectual illusion created by us because we're so darn reflective." – Daniel Dennett
Watch the 2018 Australian of the Year, Michelle Simmons deliver The Einstein Lecture in a sold-out event for Sydney Science Festival.
He's been at he forefront of environmental activism since the 1970s, so what has he learned? What has been achieved and where should efforts be focused now?
Listen to Australian of the Year and UNSW Professor of Science unpack the world of quantum computing for Sydney Science Festival.
There has been a great deal of debate in recent years about finding a balance between privacy and security, writes Elise Thomas.
Why sharing health data with governments might not be such a great idea, writes Roz Bellamy.
A “digital dark age” is looming unless a sophisticated regime for curating, preserving and accessing our data is established, the ‘father of the internet’, Vint Cerf.