It is with a heavy heart that I must say, this is my final set
Well, it’s my turn to pick my favourite science news this week on Australian Science.
I’m loath to begin a weekly roundup on a low note, and I’m truly sorry
Hello everyone. I hope you’ve all had a good week! It’s a balmy Autumn evening
After the Perseid meteor shower last weekend, it seems that lots of exciting things have
I hope everyone’s enjoying a nice weekend! It’s my turn again for the weekly science
A clinical study on kava, a Pacific plant, has found that it has properties which
Gamma ray bursts are the most violent and energetic events in the entire universe. Powerful
Australia is really taking the initiative in alternative energy production. The latest news is that
I hope everyone’s had a good week! Personally, mine’s been rather tiring, having to take
Neutron stars are some of the strangest and least understood objects in the entire Universe.
If you’re expecting a punchline to that title, then guess again. It’s no joke. Surprisingly,
Renewable energy? I’m a big fan! Unfortunately, so are modern wind turbines, which are the
Greetings one and all, and a very happy science Sunday to you! This week’s generally