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Does the idea of living forever fill you with delight or a slight sense of apprehension? The concept and search for immortality has been around for thousands of years, and although humans have dreamed of eternal life, we are not yet immortal. The...
You know those days where you feel like you’re carrying the world on your shoulders? Well, in reality that’s every day. We carry around 200 grams of bacteria on our skin and in our bodies. When you think of how small bacteria are, that’s a whole lot...
Famelab 2017 call out
Entries for the world's biggest science communication, Famelab, are now open! Read more: http://bit.ly/Famelab2017 Enter here at www.famelab.org.au We are proud to be a media partner with the British Council Australia to this event.
Australia's Science Channel is proud to be a media partner for the 2017 round of the British Council's international science communication competition, FameLab. Since its birth at Cheltenham Science Festival in 2005, FameLab has grown into the world...
Bragg Member Question 2016 - a publication by The Royal Institution of Australia
In the third edition of his Systema Natura Carl Linnaeus named our species Homo sapiens. Literally translated to "know thyself", in bestowing this name on us all Linnaeus was saying that the distinguishing feature of humans against all other life on...
2016 year in review
It's been an exciting year for us. We've had international guests like Brian Cox and David Suzuki, hosted SCINEMA International Science Film Festival all around the country, started publishing podcasts, as well as covered events like the...
Science and technology are as much a part of our cultural fabric as art, music, theatre and literature, and we've been hosting Fringe events to highlight these links since 2010. Our 2017 program has everything from cheating death through cryonics,...
ECR Network: Publish or Perish - A trip down the ugly side
We bring together two people who will help you navigate the publishing minefield for the final ECRN event of 2016: Dr Angela Eggleston, senior biology editor for Nature, and Prof Corey Bradshaw, prolific paper author. Top tips for publishing and the...
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