The Best Australian Science Writing 2014

It is a truth universally acknowledged that the more we learn, the more we realise how much there is to be learned. In present day, there are many mysteries about the natural world and the universe that have been unlocked through science, but as a story about graphene in The Best Australian Science Writing 2014 […]

Across the universe

Physics, mathematics, landscape gardening and Lord Byron collide in Tom Stoppard’s brilliant play ‘Arcadia’. And if that weren’t enough, its main characters have a whole century between them. In the early 1800s, Thomasina and her tutor Septimus are breaking new ground in understanding the workings of the universe while a sexual farce goes on around […]

Talking brain food with Dr Karl

Dr Karl has long reigned as Australia’s public face – and voice – of science. As Triple J’s resident Thursday morning scientist, Dr Karl has answered innumerate questions ranging from the absurd to the profound. Within Australia, he has arguably done for peer-reviewed literature what Anthony Bourdain has done for Vietnam. Dr Karl has also […]