The study shows both advocates and opponents draw on five frames: health, social, economic, practical and ideological.
What can we learn from the polarised path of climate change discourse?
The Science Circus Pacific team travelled to Fiji and Samoa to meet with stakeholders, work with partners to codevelop and trial STEM engagement content and to...
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Even the smartest Australians struggle to interpret information about climate change when the correct interpretation clashes with their political attitudes.
This specific project, by Bachelor of Philosophy student Jodie Smith, is an in-depth study into the TV Show Orphan Black and its influence upon audience...
This collection is to pull together the latest research into a volume that examines the dramatic use and possibly abuse of science in Doctor Who and how it...
How many things can you make out of alfoil, cotton string, paper cards and popsicle sticks?
From the American Museum of Natural History, Dr DeSalle brought the changing field of microbiology into the lime light last Thursday.
Hosted at the iconic Shine Dome in Canberra, the workshop explored mechanisms for independent science advice to government and parliamentarians in Australia.
What do an eleventh century encyclopedia, a nineteenth century high protein diet and a 67 metre brass pendulum have in common?
We have a young generation more engaged with climate change policy than ever before.