There’s not many things you could get 90% of Australians to agree upon, but when it comes to the positive impact of science, we’re almost...
Exploring the brain and epilepsy in a way that is accessible for kids and families.
A handy list of everywhere our researchers will be popping up at the conference.
CPAS PhD researcher Vanessa de Kauwe and visiting scholar Dr Stuart Kohlhagen are currently working in Zimbabwe & Zambia on the Science Circus Africa:...
Elite athlete? Actor? Astronaut? It’s pretty rare to find someone actually living their childhood dream. Cue: Nate Byrne, ABC Breakfast News weather presenter.
CPAS PhD student Vanessa de Kauwe left Australia on March 2 for Zimbabwe and Zambia.
A new space for physicists to launch flying contraptions, build exploding experiments and test big ideas has opened at The Australian National University.
Professor Joan Leach, Dr Wendy Russell & Ruth O'Connor at the University of Melbourne conference.
A record number of CPAS staff and students attended the 19th Science Meets Parliament conference this year.
Japanese alumni and friends of CPAS caught up over dinner and drinks after the final session of the Science Centre World Summit in Miraikan.
CPAS alumni Phoebe Armitage has created the collection of 40 handmade puppets of sea creatures.
A further look at how her research turns science skills into life skills for students with intellectual disabilities.