By conveying scientific concepts and findings into language that will engage and captivate audiences, scientific communicators can effectively bridge the divide between the scientific community and wider public.
After an absence as a confirmed living presence for at least 101 years, the Night Parrot has granted us a sighting.
An iRat robot can propose to its buddy that they rendezvous at sunset, meeting at a location to which they’ve never been.
Saskia Edwards spoke with the Professor of Women’s Health Psychology at the Centre for Health Research at the University of Western Sydney, Jane Ussher, about the DSM-5.
The book aims for a genteel combination of humorous observation, historical exposition, exploratory travel and elucidatory science.
It has never been photographed; it’s listed by the Smithsonian Institution as one of the five most mysterious birds in the world; it is as Rob Nugent says, “a spectre”.
“The gap between other animals and humans is so large because the other hominids have gone extinct.” Professor Thomas Suddendorf.
Tool-making no longer distinguishes us from other animals, but maybe humans still have a unique trait – the ability to undertake mental time travel.
It was a big week for 3D printing – or additive manufacturing (AM) as it’s known when scaled up and enhanced in an industrial context.