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Unconventional battles need unconventional thinking, and that’s what we are looking at in EDITH this edition. We are considering some of the unusual fights facing us today — from online robot armies to stockpiles of organic waste in landfill to the impacts of poor diet on our guts. It’s a challenging time but it is also fascinating to see how research is solving the problems of tomorrow.

Professor Steve Chapman

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Unconventional wars

Weaponisation of social media, global cyber disruption, zombie spies: they sound like science fiction but that’s Australia’s new battlefield, in which our IT capability will matter as much as conventional weaponry. Brad Thompson looks at defence in a world of unconventional wars.


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5 minutes with Vanessa Vlajkovic

A curiosity about the world and a desire to inform society are two reasons why Vanessa Vlajkovic, a deafblind student, decided to study journalism at ECU.

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5 minutes with Emma Matthews

WAAPA's new Head of Classical Voice is returning to the place where her career began to teach performance.


Edith Magazine is published two times per year in hard copy and electronic formats. Current and past editions are available for download as PDF documents.

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