NIDA’s Dr Suzanne Osmond reports on her Northern sabbatical

Nine weeks, three conferences, two research seminars, one public lecture, one presentation, 7,540 words, 15,191kilometres, 854 photographs and -7 degrees. NIDA’s Graduate Course Convenor Dr Sue Osmond takes us through her recent research sabbatical.

Channel Seven’s Sunrise weather presenter, Sam Mac, visits NIDA

If you were eating your breakfast on Tuesday and happened to see NIDA on your TV screen, then you would have been in for a treat. Channel Seven’s Sunrise star weather presenter Sam Mac and his team came to NIDA to film their popular weather cross segment. We’d like to say a huge thank you … Read More

Are we hardwired for trust

Are we hard-wired for trust?

When I heard the words ‘the soft stuff is the hard stuff, nothing beats face-to-face’, I had gone from intrigued to genuinely captivated. I was attending Wired for Wonder in Melbourne, a richly rewarding program of diverse speakers from the arts, business and science. I was there in support of a colleague who was giving … Read More