By Emily Lehmann There’s a new star in the making in the world of astronomy, with our Australian Square Kilometre […]
We’ve got some great science education activities and animations for school kids, all about the new Marine National Facility research vessel, […]
There is much written about the enigmatic Ned Kelly, a book by CSIRO publishing looks to separate fact from fiction.
Before she went on a science and maths camp, 19-year-old Tayla Macdonald says, she didn’t have a huge interest in […]
Teams from around the world competed in the search and rescue mission to save a mannequin (AKA: Outback Joe) in our Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Challenge.
By Fiona Brown Wondering who’s going to win the AFL grand final on the weekend? We were too, so we […]
The winners of the 2014 IgNobel prizes have just been announced, and there’s an Australian among them. Peter K. Jonason […]
More than 2 200 years ago, legend has it, Archimedes got into a bath and had a lightbulb moment. He […]
And boy, does this baby have back. Australia’s new $120m marine research vessel, Investigator, is a thing of beauty. We’ve been […]
Applications for our vacation scholarships are now open. Every year we make about 200 offers to promising undergraduates who are in the advanced stages of their degrees.
National Science Week has just wrapped up for another year. One of the week’s final events was a special astronomy […]
By Emily Lehmann If you thought Wikipedia had everything covered, then you were wrong. Online activists have dropped the bomb that […]