Diversity of input into science creates innovation, but this means you need to learn how to collaborate with people you don’t like.
Explore Australia’s data on women in STEM.
The constant distraction of social media could be preventing our minds from settling into a deeper, more complete feeling of boredom.
Using spy cameras to get close-up imagery of sea otters.
A book review exploring the ‘make do and mend’ approach to science experiments – using objects to multiple ends, repurposing materials and being inventive with what’s on hand.
Astronomical phenomena can have some funny names, like the star named ‘Sualocin’ (‘Nicolaus’ spelt backwards), or the nebula called ‘Dark Doodad’.
Listen to the reaction of these scientists when they find a bigfin squid – a deep sea creature rarely sighted.
NHMRC have revised their Open Access Policy – all peer-reviewed publications from NHMRC-funded research must now be made available immediately upon publication.
In June 2023, four volunteers will spend a year pretending to live on the red planet inside the Mars Dune Alpha habitat.
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