There’s more in the Mail

In Features this morning

There are lessons in pandemic drug-development for higher education innovation. Dawn Gilmore (RMIT) and Chin Nguyen (Curio) look at the different ways Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Uni Queensland worked and how their approaches apply in teaching and learning development.


James Guthrie (Macquarie U) and Brendan O’Connell report searching Victorian universities documents for the number of people, people, not accounting abstractions, who lost their jobs last year. They found changes in accounting practises and calculating headcounts make final figures hard to find. They set out their data here.

And on Friday

Angel Calderon’s (RMIT) analysis of last night’s CWTS Leiden research ranking. Merlin Crossley (UNSW) considers quality, quantity (and Antiques Roadshow).