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Dr Ida Kubiszewski, Professor Elanor Huntington, Dr Merryn McKinnon, Nina McLean and Professor Robyn Lucas (absent). Image: Stuart Hay.
21 October 2016
Five women from across the ANU campus are taking part in the inaugural Homeward Bound Australian-led leadership expedition to Antarctica. Homeward Bound is a year-long program...
27 September 2016
Dr Sean Perera was an invited expert expatriate at the inaugural Science and Technology for Society Sri Lanka Forum held in Colombo from 7 to 10 September. The Forum was convened...
5 September 2016
Dr Elizabeth Tynan who graduated in 2011 from ANU with a PhD in science communication has turned her PhD thesis into a book entitled Atomic Thunder The Maralinga Story.  ...
26 August 2016
Master of Science Communication Outreach graduate Joe Duggan has been announced as one of Australia's next Young Social Pioneers by the Foundation for Young...
25 August 2016
The CPAS dynamic duo Drs Rod Lamberts and Will Grant take on the populist media pundits who mock taxpayer-funded research, in a new piece for The Conversation.
25 August 2016
Dr Will Grant reflects on anti-expert rhetoric in the current global political environment, and what experts need to do to combat it, in an article for The Greens...
21 August 2016
CPAS staff and students have rocked National Science Week this year in all kinds of engaging and inspiring ways. PhD student Vanessa de Kauwe was selected to be profiled...
29 July 2016
CPAS congratulates five students who demonstrated excellence in their 2015 science communication studies, who were awarded with ANU science communication prizes at the annual...
13 July 2016
Interested in running away and joining The Shell Questacon Science Circus here at ANU? Applications are now open! Apply to join the Master of Science Communication Outreach and...
13 July 2016
CPAS has celebrated the graduation of four science communication PhD students at today's conferring of awards ceremony. Dr Tegan Donald, Dr Rashel Li and Dr Savita Sharma...
13 July 2016
The vaguely good CPAS Drs Grant and Lamberts are back with their unique brand of public intellectualism, with the launch of The Wholesome Show on July 13. The launch show theme:...
13 July 2016
The CPAS researcher discusses strategies for maintaining gender equity in science in a new article for The Conversation.
13 July 2016
The Marquis de Condorcet was a mathematician, philosophe and active player in the French Revolution. But was he an early science communicator? In a new paper for the...
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23 May 2016
Residents of colonial Sydney absolutely loved communicating about science through newspapers, theatre, poetry, paintings and more, according to CPAS academic Dr...
16 May 2016
The next Conversations across the Creek, a joint effort under the auspices of the Head of the Humanities Research Centre (HRC) and the Director of the Australian National...
15 May 2016
Knowing more about the history of science can change the way we think about science communication, according to a new paper by CPAS academic Dr Lindy Orthia. The paper,...
30 March 2016
Rod Lamberts weighs in on the wind turbine safety debate in a new article for The Conversation.
10 March 2016
Read and listen to Rod Lamberts and Will Grant's chat with Alan Alda on the art of science communication at The Conversation.
8 March 2016
Actor Alan Alda, best known for his starring role in the television series M*A*S*H, opened new facilities for CPAS today. Mr Alda, US Ambassador to Australia his...
5 March 2016
A culture that is overtly anti-sexist can still implicitly associate science with masculinism, according to CPAS academic Lindy Orthia and anthropologist Rachel Morgain....

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