After Roe v Wade, here’s how women could adopt ‘spycraft’ to avoid tracking and prosecution1 Jul
They may seem like extreme privacy measures, but for women seeking abortions in the US, online aliases may be necessary to avoid prosecution, UniSC's Dr Dennis Desmond Lecturer, Cyberintelligence and Cybercrime Investigations writes.
Fireworks in the sky, chaos in the mind29 Jun
Percy would have felt rattled every time a firework erupted in the sky above.
Supercharge IT careers with built-in certifications at USC22 Jun
As demand for industry-ready IT graduates grows, the University of the Sunshine Coast has embedded industry certification into each year of its technology degrees – at no extra cost.
Forest research brings sweet smell of success for “Blue Sky” winner21 Jun
As demand for timber grows amid a global shortage, a University of Sunshine Coast researcher will represent Australia on the world stage with an innovative climate positive project that is creating new opportunities for plantations of highly aromatic sandalwood.
Brain ‘fingerprinting’ provides insights into mental health of young adolescents16 Jun
Medical imaging of a person’s unique brain signature – much like a fingerprint – has the potential to predict mental health problems in young adolescents, according to a world-first study by University of the Sunshine Coast researchers.
Art researchers win grant to visualise ‘calls of the wild’16 Jun
How can people ‘see’ the sounds of wildlife?
Stores that use facial recognition for ‘loss prevention’. What it might mean for you15 Jun
What 'facial recognition' tech in stores means for you: USC Cyber Intelligence expert Dr Dennis Desmond writes for The Conversation
Virtual child sexual abuse material can be used to disguise real abuse14 Jun
USC Law experts Larissa Christensen, Ashley Pearson and Dominique Moritz write for The Conversation.
Avoiding a sea of regret8 Jun
Exactly what is the state of our oceans? And is it too late to turn back the tide?
Guy gamers keen to play female lead: USC research8 Jun
University of the Sunshine Coast research is debunking the ‘boys will be boys’ myth in video games – showing most men are keen to play as a female lead character.
Top honour for USC professor on great quest to save koalas6 Jun
A University of the Sunshine Coast professor who is leading vaccine development to safeguard Australia’s iconic koala from extinction has been named a Queensland Great.