The science engagement program that started in CPAS is implemented by colleagues in Zimbabwe and Zambia.
Four sci com students were awarded their prizes at the Colleges of Science prize night in July.
CPAS's Tangyao Zhang has put together a video of interviews about the program.
We can learn a lot about vaccination campaigns from the early 1800s, say the CPAS researchers in a new paper for the Journal of Science Communication.
PhD candidate Tara Roberson took the challenge to take an innovative idea from concept to delivery in 24 hours.
One science communication PhD student and seven Master of Science Communication students graduated on 12 July.
ANU Master of Science Communication Outreach students have been honing their skills on the road.
The CPAS Director has written about the decline and importance of Australian science journalism in an article for The Conversation.
The paper by course convener Merryn McKinnon and three students examines the relationship between journalists, science communicators and...
CPAS's visiting Australia Awards fellows created an exhibition at the Botswanan High Commission on 22 May.
CPAS is investigating spreading the Science Circus Africa model to Southeast Asia, writes Graham Walker in an article for 'New Mandala'.
CPAS has welcomed 15 future and current leaders of Africa’s science centre movement for six weeks of intensive training, as part of a DFAT Australia...