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PhD student Vanessa de Kauwe and Dr Lindy Orthia in The Journal of Popular Television.
And why in health watching symptoms is easy, but finding causes is hard.
In April 2018, a large cohort of CPAS staff and students descended en masse to Dunedin, New Zealand.
Students from CPAS and RSAA produced over 30 minutes of educational videos which were sent to almost every school in Australia.
CPAS PhD graduate Dr Matthew Dunn & Dr Merryn McKinnon in Sexual Health
We've partnered with the Australian Science Media Centre to bring an ambitious science reporter into the Sydney-based BuzzFeed News team for a 12-week...
Questacon will take their popular Science Circus outreach program to Japan in October this year as part of their 30th anniversary celebrations.
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.
CPAS PhD researcher Vanessa de Kauwe and visiting scholar Dr Stuart Kohlhagen are currently working in Zimbabwe & Zambia on the Science Circus Africa:...
A handy list of everywhere our researchers will be popping up at the conference.