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Net Zero Precincts: an interdisciplinary approach to decarbonising cities

Last week the Australian Research Council announced that the Net Zero Precincts project will be a funded 4- year project, which will bring together design anthropology and transition management to help cities and urban regions reach net zero

Public Talk with Jathan Sadowski

'Tearing Down, Building Up: Or, How to Deconstruct and Democratise Innovation'. Presented by Monash University's School of Media, Film and Journalism.

Book Launch 'The Smart Wife' – presented by Monash Tech Talks

Can smart wives end the wife drought? In this webinar hosted by Annabel Crabb, Associate Professor Yolande Strengers and Dr Jenny Kennedy will explore this idea and their new book ‘

Professor of Design Lisa Grocott joins the ETLab

We are pleased to announce that Professor of Design, Lisa Grocott will be joining the ETLab as Leader of the Future of Work and Learning research programLisa will bring with her, WonderLab

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ETLab launch Design Ethnography PhD Intensive

Launching today is the website for first Design Ethnography PhD Intensive. The programme is supported through a range of open-access videos and readings,

Seat sensor image copyright of Kari Dahlgren

Future Cities - ETLab partner with the City of Melbourne

In 2020, the ETLab has partnered with City of Melbourne to conduct a research project that brings local people’s perspectives to testing and communicating the use of smart technology in Melbourne.

Researchers: Jathan Sadowski, Kari

Study with us

The Emerging Technologies Research Lab (ETLab) is seeking outstanding PhD candidates to join our growing team of social science, design and human-computer interaction scholars in 2021.

Webinar: You CAN Ask That

An informal one-hour Q&A panel discussion designed to give early-career researchers the opportunity to ask more experienced researchers about a particular research theme. The theme of this event is: Social research methods during the time of