On Optimism and Death: Public Program for Exhibition @ Margaret Lawrence Gallery
This October, DeathTech Research Team member Tamara Kohn participated in a panel discussion in conjunction with the exhibition Hope Dies Last: Art at the End of Optimism. Hope Dies Last: Art …
Diamonds, light or compost – how would you like to remembered? on RN Drive
DeathTech team member Mike Arnold talked to Patricia Karvelas for the ABC Radio program RN Drive on the increasingly diverse options for dealing with human remains. …
Our Digital Presence After Death on Radio National
On March 6th, 2018, DeathTech Research Network members Tamara Kohn and Bjorn Nansen participated in a conversation on “Our Digital Presence After Death” for the Life Matters program on …
Picking Up STEAM Podcast
We are seeing a disruption of death. It is normal for people to post on social media at a funeral; you can speak to a chatbot …
DeathTech in the News: What Happens If… I Die?
DeathTech Research Network member Hannah Gould was interviewed by Joy FM on death for their radio program What Happens If…? Listen to the full recording here.
Do Funerals Matter? Podcast
DeathTech Research Network team members Tamara Kohn and Michael Arnold are guests on the “Dying to Tell” podcast for Joy FM. Listen here.
Your online life after death @ Eavesdrop on Experts
If Facebook continues growing at its current rate, by 2130 the number of dead users will surpass the living. In fact, the number of the dead …
Future Hospital: Future Patient
DeathTech member Professor Tamara Kohn participated in a panel on The Future Hospital for Melbourne Knowledge Week. From the website: “Are you impatient for a better …
Hot Topic in Palliative Care: Death and Digital Media
DeathTech Research Network members Martin Gibbs and Bjorn Nansen presented on Death and Digital Media as part of the Hot Topic series for The Centre of Palliative Care, …
DeathTech in the News: Digital Assets
ABC Canberra Drive program, with Laura Tchilinguiran, Digital assets discussion, NSW law reform commission review, March 29, 2018. Listen to the full podcast here.
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