As 2020 began, Australia was stunned by the worst bushfires on record. Six months later we are weathering the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe. This year, perhaps more than ever before, [...]
UniSA biostatistics expert Professor John Esterman in ‘The Conversation’.
Bayesian statistics help decide what email you get is spam. It can assess security and medical risks, decode DNA, enhance blurry pictures, help explain stock market volatility, predict the spread [...]
Professor Eduardo Eyras, along with his team and collaborators at the Australian National University’s John Curtin School of Medical Research has developed a tool to detect viral [...]
EMBL Australia group leader Professor David Lynn has been appointed as interim director of a new $7 million state-of-the-art centre for genomics in South Australia that he played a vital role in [...]
CPI measurement is influenced by both quantitative and qualitative factors, with the latter posing significant challenges for statisticians and economists.
Reserve Bank of Australia economist Stephanie Parsons provides an insight in the latest RBA quarterly bulletin on Quality Change and Inflation Measurement. Read more.
The AustMS annual Award for Teaching Excellence and the annual Award for Teaching Excellence (Early Career) are a new initiative encouraging excellence in mathematics teaching at tertiary level. [...]
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has announced it is working with industry sector experts using new data sources and methods in producing official agriculture statistics. This co-design [...]
Breastfeeding is important, just like immunisation. It protects children against illness and disease, yet still there is no funding available for a national data collection network, despite its [...]
Interactive data mapped by the Mitchell Institute shows how international students are intertwined in the social and economic fabric of Australia’s cities. Read more in The Conversation.