And it Took Only 2-Years for Brilliance to Burst Forth
Tony Guttmann - Busted: The Broken Business Model of Australian Universities
Bryan Gaensler: Comments on Placing the SKA on Two Continents
08/03/12 John Turner Posits A Better Outcome For All
An Environmental, Economic, Accounting of Pollution?
30/09/11 Are the Mechanisms for Funding Research Beyond
Julian Cribb: The Case for Re-naming the Human Race
Jan Thomas: Mathematics, Why We Need More Qualified Teachers
Peter Hall Makes the Case for Environment,
Diversity and Academic Strength
Jan Thomas Issues a Plea for Maths and Stats
Senator Carr's Ode to the Chief Scientist
Ian Dodson A New ERA, or A return to the Dark Ages?
While Mediocrity Reigns.
23/11/10 Peter Hall: "Curiouser
and Curiouser: Managing Discovery Making".
The More Things Change the More They Stay...
20/09/10 Joseph Gora: Watch Out! here comes the
STEM - Who Needs It?
31/07/10 There are More Things in Heaven and Earth
Ken Baldwin asks: When is Science Valid?
21/06/10 Universities: the Stepchildren of the
12 Years and Counting
30/12/09 Eight Years on - Where are Australia's
Universities in Relation to Their Cohort
A Case of CSIRO Bullying Bodes Ill for the Future of the Organisation
Australian's Creative Generation Must be Allowed to Influence Decisions
Jan Thomas ̶ Access to Mathematics is Vital for Equity
Her Ability to Influence Events depends on Who Listens
The Threat to Australia's Reputation in International Education
Bryan Gaensler -- Australian Science: Our Future
That Matter of Tenure
11/05/09 Justice Michael Kirby Makes a Point at
Peter Hall: Mathematics, Learning and Survival
14/03/09 Max Whitten Writes of CESAR, and Science
Gordon Brown's Romanes Lecture 'Science and Our Economic Future
Comparative Costs of Scholarly Publication
Hey, Therese, I'm Shrinking Science, but I don't think the voter's have noticed
27/10/08 Peer Review: Two Views from the University of Haifa
A Compact of Hubs and Spokes and Research Assessments
18/09/08 Nobel Laureates Force Royal Society Knee Jerk "Sacking"
31/07/08 Harry Robinson: Big, Bigger, Biggest
Harry Robinson Admonishes "Vanity Unfair"
Jan de Gier: Back to the Future
Harry Robinson Muses about a Super-Bureaucrat Turned Prime Minister
Harry Robinson Asks: "Where are the Head Kickers"?
03/04/08 Uwe Proske: How Important are Practical
Outcomes in Research?
Robinson Writes of Visions Grand, Plans Small
Economic Kit and Caboodle -- Harry Robinson
Harry Robinson Asks for the Real Kevin Rudd to Stand Up
Harry Robinson Assesses Richard Pratt's Vision for Australia
Cathy Foley: What Does it Mean for Physics to Have a New Labor Government?
Peter Hall Offers Some Observations As Regards Australian Mathematics to Come
28/11/07 Harry Robinson: What Form Will the Rudd Prime Ministership Take
Group of Eight Publishes Election Policy Wish List
Harry Robinson: The Big, Bad Piggybank
Harry Robinson: In Case You Hadn't Heard,
There's an Election in the Offing
Peter Hall: Oz vs the Richest Academic Kid on the Block
Harry Robinson: And Another Thing
Peter Hall: Comparing Four Pillars of Wisdom
Harry Robinson Reflects on Science and the Wordsmith
Yaron Ezrahl: Fools in the Public Sphere
Harry Robinson Hails the Word, but is There a Farewell in the Offing?
Tom Spurling, President FASTS at the RQF Forum
Harry Robinson on the Chequerboard of Polls and Polies
Peter Hall Assesses The RQF: Concentrating on Our Research Strengths
Harry Robinson Relays Some Hot Gospel for the Tertiary Sector to Meditate
Harry Robinson Looks at Pollies Through Dark Glasses: But There is a Moral
Jim Scott: A Sustainable Australia Needs Sustainable Science for a Sustainable
The Minister and Shadow Minister Politely Disagree While the President of
Stanford Gets Specific
A Plea From Harry Robinson: Arise Poor Cousins
Those Pesky Selected Statistics Keep Poking Through Like Weeds in Fallow Soil
Mathematicians Make Their Case to the Productivity Commission but Will the
Government Bother to Listen
Robinson Reflects on the Year That Was
not here just to fill a place on the front bench. I actually want to achieve
things." -- Julie Bishop
Addict Turns on His Own Kind: Harry Robinson Call the Media to Account
06/10/06 Max Whitten: Taxonomy, Biodiversity, and Their Importance
for Australia's Economy
Bishop Views Australia's Relationship with China
European Research Council -- Close to Birth
Please, Miss, Define Diversity and Specialisation
How Should Universities Contribute to the Knowledge Economy...and the RQF
Harry Robinson Exhorts -- On to 2026
Peter Hall Writes that Diversity of Research is a National Treasure
30/03/06 $40 Million and
Sinking -- The RQF Millstone Around Australia's Neck
29/03/06 Jeopardy & Hope:
Harry Robinson asks Why is Higher Education on Short Rations
Harry Robinson: The Encumbering of Unencumbered Australia
Surely You're Joking, Ms Bishop - The Minister Goes to Science Meets Parliament
25/02/06 US NSB Publishes World Science and Engineering
Harry Robinson: Values and Minister Bishop
Harry Robinson: Entrepreneurs and the Ideas Men
Don't Make Science a Turnoff
Aye, But Who Will Pay For It
Robin Holiday -- The Fundamental Incompatibility Between Science and Religion
CSIRO Remains Up to Its Arse In Crocs
Snow Barlow: Nuclear Debate Must Focus on Waste
Peter Hall Discusses the Preferred Model for Australia's Research Quality
Is There a Politician to Stand for Creationism? Intelligent Design? Science?
Change Can Equal Progress or Regression
Wendy Parsons: CSIRO Censorship a National Slap in the Face
Australia's Treasurer and the Future
US Science Present and Future: Views by Bruce Alberts and John Marburger
The Marketisation of Australian Higher Education - Where the US Leads Must
Peter Hall on Lies, Damn Lies
and 223 Extra Statisticians --
The Innovation Report for 2004-05
Michael Lardelli Describes The Devil's Handmaiden to Global Warming
Is CSIRO Becoming a Costly Irrelevance?
Harvard's President Makes Headlines -- Can His Grand Vision
Aussies Score - No. 2 on Science Breakthroughs; No. 1 on Natures'
Harry Robinson - Suppose and Suppose
The Reversal of Dawkinsisation or Just the Cheapening of the Universities?
Quality Review of ANU's Performance. It's Good but Should Improve
Universities Forgotten in the "Great Debate" - Peter Hall Comments on
Don't We Wish - What Revolves in the Treasurer's Brain in the Dark Hours
"The biggest problem in higher education in
the United States is the steady erosion in the economic health of its
great state-supported public universities." Donald Kennedy
What Price the Lack of Progress
Harry Robinson: Polls,
Politics and Pollies
Business and University Collaborations
Max Whitten: CSIRO's Budget
- Substance vs. Spin?
Basic Research & the Public Good - An
The California Compact:
Schwarzenegger & the Universities
Peter Hall: The Ides of May - On the Commercialisation of Science and Technology
Pauline Gallagher: Government's Review of Australian Collaborative Research
Dianna Kenny: Academic Promotion, a Faustian Bargain
Peter Hall: Math Matters
Australia's Research Infrastructure -- When Do We Want It?
Hail Nelsonus, Procurator for Education, Science and Training
Max Whitten: CSIRO - An Experiment Gone Wrong
It's Only Important If You Believe it May Cost/Win You an Election
Dianna Kenny: Do Australian Universities Really Need a Cain-ing
The Relevance of the 1954 Orr Letter to 2004 and Higher Education Reform
The Minister, Shadow Minister & Former Bureaucrat Weave a Tangled Web
Peter Hall: Challenges Facing Statistical Science in Australian Universities
AD Sen Cherry: The HE Support Bill is Not in Our Best Interests
Not a Script from Yes Minister but from a Senate Estimates
Max Whitten asks: Commercialise CSIRO at any Price?
Why the Budget Surplus? - Harry Robinson Considers
Federation Fellows - Reviews - But Above All, Workplace Reform
Assessing Australia's 21st Century Innovation Capacity
No Eye for the Main Chance
The Systematic Dumbing Down of Australia
Is There a Party in Opposition with a Higher Education Policy
Mapping Science and Engineering Infrastructure and Beyond
Why Postgraduates are Pessimistic: Matt Hall
Relevance of the HR's Standing Committee on Science
13/03/03 In Search of Priorities
Nation's in the Very Best of Hands
29/01/03 The Change in Academic Work Picture Book
08/01/03 Benchmarking Australia's Investment in R&D
07/12/02 Australia's National Research Priorities - An Assessment
19/11/02 Roundtable for Young
Scientists at Science Meets Parliament, 2002
Australian Science and the Maelstrom
The Minister and the Media Release
The Go8 Meets the National Press Club
Work = Achieving and Objective or a
Infrastructure and the View from the Australian Academy of Science
Why Can't the Universities by Just Like Us?
Is Progressive Fossilization Really the Avenue
for Higher Education to Follow?
The NSF's VIGRE Program
The Parable of the Vasa
Steady as She Sinks
Upbeat View of Research and Development in Australia - Chris Nicol
19/03/02 An Unexpected Observation from a Reformist Former Vice-Chancellor
Decisions Are Not Notable Attributes of Current Australian Politics
25/01/02 Brendan Nelson Promises He'll Be A New Broom To Sweep Clean
"Following Close Behind" A Policy That's Good Enough
12/12/01 Not All
Animals are Equal: Some Clone Better Than Others
21/11/01 If John
Doesn't Care and Rupert Just Gives Lip Service
30/10/01 It's Not
a Disaster If Nobody Cares
10/10/01 A Backing
Australia's Ability Update
17/09/01 Not That
Sort of Pyramid
29/08/01 A Visit
to a Special Place
Research, the Public University and the ARC
Concern for Basic Research
16/07/01 The Creeping Decline of Our
Broad Spectrum Research into Dragons be the Answer?
13/06/01 Who Needs
a Nerd at the Bottom of the Garden
the Balance of Power
The Art of Persuasion-Time for a Learning Lobby
A Quiet Revolution in N.S.W? –
Not All Carrots Are Equal
They Talk the Talk But...
Surely You're Joking, Mr. Howard
Don't Panic, It's Just A Matter of Definition
Revolutions – Shall We Miss This One?
When Dubya Meets Science
It's Education All the Way Down
Choose Your Discipline – Pick a Winner?
Australia's Creative Generation Must be Allowed to Influence Decisions
Australian Science: Our Future