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Moths eating your clothes? It’s actually their hungry little caterpillars – here’s how to get rid of them
Once the larvae turn into adult moths, they never eat again.
Orchid hunting has come a long way. In 5 steps you can join a national research effort
Contributions from citizen scientists who look for orchids are incredibly valuable in orchid research because they cover much more ground than a handful of experts.
Best summer reads for science lovers
Science isn't seasonal, but to get you through summer we’ve created a list of wonderful reads to inspire, excite and enjoy.
Super science stories you may have missed in 2021
It was another big year of science and innovation. With so much news, here are some super science stories you may have missed in 2021.
Science-savvy sailors race from Sydney to Hobart
Considerably more accurate than the old ‘thermometer in a bucket’ trick, Bluelink ocean forecasting is helping sailors optimise their route in the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.
Refreshing drinks for summer – non-alcoholic and delicious!
Cooling down on a hot summer's day is so much easier with a tasty beverage in your hand. But before you reach for the booze or the soft drink, check out these healthier options.
Festive food safety: How long can you keep Christmas ham?
How long can you keep Christmas ham? Our Senior Food Scientist, Dr Rozita Vaskoska, has got your festive food safety covered.
Stress less this holiday season
The end of the year is fast approaching and with it comes holiday season stress. But don't fear, our behavioural research scientist is here with some top tips.
Healthy Christmas recipes
These healthy Christmas recipes from our latest diet and lifestyle books will really give you something to celebrate this year.
Meet our scientist: Dr Miguel Cruz
The severity of the Black Summer bushfires in Australia helped scientist Dr Miguel Cruz to see first-hand how his bushfire behaviour models could be improved. This month he released the Vesta Mark 2 model.
We counted 20 billion ticks of an extreme galactic clock to give Einstein’s theory of gravity its toughest test yet
Astronomers watched pulsars for 16 years to test Einstein’s theory of general relativity, which has stood unchallenged for over a century.