Discovered by Bob: Why Citizen Science is the New Frontier of Research

Science Life Welcome to Science Life: A discussion of the weird and wonderful intersection between science and our day-to-day lives All of you space enthusiasts out there will be thrilled to know that just last week, four new planets were discovered. Read the rest

Fluency in the Language of Coding: The Future of Coding as a Skill

Illustration: Julia Hammer Ever since Alan Turing and Ada Lovelace created the first computer, they have been extremely useful in the completion of many tasks, particularly those which demand swift and precise calculation. Read the rest

3D Printing: It’s More than Magic

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Unravelling the Dynamics of Adaptability and Memory: An Interview on Neural Plasticity

Associate Professor Christian Stricker is head of the Stricker Group at the John Curtin School of Medical Research. His research interests include computational modelling, synaptic transmission, information transfer of learning and memory, and cell signalling in the immune system. Read the rest

The Cinematic Scientist

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A Call for Science in Post-Truth Politics

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Resolutions: and why they (mostly) do not work

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Denying Climate Change

There are some people who don’t believe in human-induced climate change. The newly elected One Nation senator, Malcolm Roberts, is one such person. Read the rest