Dr Will Grant has made it his career to take science out of academia, and into the ‘real’ world.
Described as "compulsive reading", the book was launched at CPAS Wednesday 28th of September 2016.
The Foundation for Young Australians expert mentorship program selected the 'Is this how you feel?' creator for his...
The CPAS researcher reflects on anti-expert rhetoric in the current global political environment in an article for The Greens Magazine.
The CPAS dynamic duo take on the populist media pundits who mock taxpayer-funded research, in a new piece for 'The Conversation'.
In 2016 CPAS staff and students performed, dissected, posed and more as part of National Science Week events.
Five CPAS students were awarded prizes at the annual Colleges of Science Prizes, Awards and Scholarships Presentation.
Four students graduated with a PhD in science communication in July 2016.
The vaguely good CPAS Drs Lamberts and Grant are back with their unique brand of public intellectualism.
The CPAS researcher discusses strategies for maintaining gender equity in science in a new article for The Conversation.
Lindy Orthia finds parallels between Condorcet's final work and 21st century science communication theory in a paper for the...
The CPAS researcher has written about ye olde sci com in 'Historical Records of Australian Science' and 'The Conversation'.