My name is Rachael and I've just returned from three months’ fieldwork in South Africa to answer the question: is climate change irrelephant?
Who ‘does’ science? That’s the question ANU alumna Sian Keys is posing, in an effort to prove ability is no barrier when it comes to science.
It was while looking down a microscope that Minette Salmon made a huge breakthrough.
When I fell pregnant, I wanted both a baby and a degree. This is what I did.
When I was growing up, it was difficult for me to choose a study path that wasn’t defined by my parents.
I know a guy who is really good at his job. His job—or maybe it’s more like his life’s mission—is to never pay for food.
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.