Applications are now open for students at Australian universities to join Team Australia to contest the Intercollegiate Negotiation (and Arbitration) Competition in Tokyo in 2017.
This DECRA research explores the rise of traumatic brain injury as a health concern, focusing on how shifting scientific and public health discourses frame the condition and its treatment.
ARC Discovery Project, Shrinking the food-print by creating consumer demand for sustainable and healthy eating
Whilst the environmental footprint from food continues to rise, governments, industry and civil society groups throughout the world are frustrated by the lack of evidence for specifying an environment
ARC Future Fellowship, Research to enhance measurement, understanding, and policy regulatory approaches to emerging markets and trade in mothers' milk
Innovation affecting human milk supply challenges current regulation of infant food, but new markets in human milk assist the economic valuation of breastfeeding.
ARC Linkage Project, Modelling policy interventions to protect Australia's food security in the face of environmental sustainability challenges
Australia's future food security will be challenged by climate change, environmental and resource constraints.
The Australian Intervention Support Hub has been established within ANU’s Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet) in collaboration with Deakin University, Melbourne.
Big food in Asia: the globalization of food systems, ultra-processed food consumption and policy responses for optimal nutrition in Asia
This project characterises ultra-processed food consumption patterns in Asia, determines whether changing consumption patterns reflect underlying changes in food systems driven by trade liberalization
The fields of intellectual property have broadened and deepened in so many ways that commentators struggle to keep up with the ceaseless rush of developments and hot topics.
Building a green economy? The politics of green infrastructure stimulus in the wake of the global financial crisis
For many, the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) presented a unique historical opportunity to tackle major environmental and economic challenges simultaneously.
This book examines the connections between disassociation from collective hopes, social norms and major institutions, poor shame and pride management skills and unethical or anti-social behavior.