As a kid growing up in New Zealand, Jackson Dowie was fascinated by nuclear physics, like his Kiwi predecessor Ernest Rutherford.
For her PhD project, Wenjie Yang has asked her supervisor for a lot of gold.
Science student, Brody Hannan, shares his experiences at the British High Commission.
‘Why?’ I asked, unable to hide my curiosity. Is he going to ask me out on a date?
ANU alumna Anita Williams reflects on her recent experience as a Field Management Officer in an HIV study in Malawi.
Scientists will take a stand when people lose their sense of judgment on science.
A goddess with curves better than any beauty queen. I call her Sully, our own Miss World.
I wouldn’t change my exchange experience for the world. Over the past month I have started a new project using cryo-electron microscopy.
Like most graduates, Ellen Miech was worried about finding a job after she finished her degree. Turns out she needn’t have been.
PhB student, Lachlan Arthur, shares some insights into his first few weeks studying in Switzerland.
Late last year, I spent two months living and working on a scientific research vessel.
I never thought I’d be setting my hands on fire for a university degree.