Mathematician Steve Stern is putting a spin on cricket statistics
An inspiring project is opening the minds of young migrants to the world of science
A chemist and physicist sees science as an unduly gendered kind of world – but that need not be the case
A cutting edge immunologist with a passion for the creativity of medical research
An award-winning astronomer who needs both career and family
Older Australians are still bearing the brunt of the Global Financial Crisis
Could something lethal help make us stronger?
Professor Ken Freeman, one of Australia’s most influential astronomers, had absolutely no interest in the field when he started out.
By the end of the study we found that the number of underweight children got down to less than 1 in 20. That’s a really big change over a short period of time.
Perfecting cover songs to woo the ladies
Canberra has a golden opportunity to shake off its ordinary status by doing something exceptional.
Understanding food disease