In her natural environment
Olivia Hasler moved from the US to Tasmania to study the environment.
Ecological recycled plastic sculptures emerge around Inveresk.
Researchers are working with teachers, students, and book clubs to make the rich experiences of literature available to all.
How Tassie’s dark heart is increasingly drawing big film and TV productions to our state.
PhD student and author Sam George-Allen wants to change minds with her writing.
Careers in health care, education and design are unlikely to be automated.
How studying Social Work can give you a rewarding career in a vital industry.
Who is currently regarded as the greatest guitarist of all time? It’s a hard question to answer but plenty have tried.
What does it mean for you if your ancestors had a tough start to life?
Antarctica is at a crossroads. This frozen continent at the bottom of our planet has the potential to either become one of the most fiercely contested zones in the world, or the most collaborative.
At the University of Tasmania's Centre for Law and Genetics, experts in their respective fields work together to untangle the ethical, social and legal implications of genetic discoveries and technologies.
What does it mean to be an 'islander', on a small piece of land at the bottom of the world?
Mathematical literacy doesn’t just underpin the jobs of the future – it sets us up to be more effective critical thinkers in an era of misinformation.
How researchers are assisting Indigenous Australians in righting the wrongs of the past.
Convict sites around Tasmania have been revitalised, and historians are reimagining how Australians can revisit our colonial past.
With the advance of technology and our understanding of DNA evidence, forensic science is making all kinds of things possible for crime scene investigators. But is human error holding us back?
Where we come from, and the relationships we build along the way, make us more than just who we are.