ANU Associate Professor Malcolm McLeod is creating new chemical methods for detecting doping, leading to a clean-up in the greyhound industry of steroid abuse.
Dr Erin Walsh was inspired by the lead singer of her favourite band to become a scientific illustrator, doctor in psychology, and to work in epidemiology.
This is not the easiest work to explain to your family: you spend your days watching beetle sex tapes.
Where in your body do you feel anger? Do you experience anxiety in your stomach? Can your heart really ache with love?
If Night at the Museum seems to you like a great day at the office, then maybe you should become a biological anthropologist, or so advises student blogger Elmie Janse van Rensburg.
What’s an atmospheric scientist you ask? What isn’t an atmospheric scientist is more like it. Meet Dr Margi Bohm. She describes herself as a jack-of-all-trades. That’s the understatement of the century.
There aren’t many science careers that let you research pretty much whatever you want, wherever you want. Welcome to the life of a science communicator. It’s a tough job, but Dr Will Grant just has to do it.
An experiment using artificial intelligence has allowed social psychologists to uncover the all-too-human side of a racist robot.
Dr Christopher Fulton sometimes spends six to eight hours a day underwater, assessing how plants and animals in the ocean respond to environmental shifts such as climate change.