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.
Madison Hartill-Law is a master of science communication. Proven by her Master of Science Communication Outreach degree from the Australian National Centre for...
SCOMaganza April 2019 was a day of exciting new research coming from the CPAS community.
An analysis of 515 science engagement activities by PhD researcher Jenni Metcalfe.
New research in Public Understanding of Science from Dr Merryn McKinnon and CPAS Masters students Bronte Black, Sophie Bobillier, Kirsten Hood and Madeleine...
The book discusses 14 case studies of individuals and their experiences with learning about science beyond their schooling years.
In February, a hundred academics, students and professionals gathered from across Australia and the globe to dicuss the diverse meanings of “openness” in...
On the 14-25th of January, 12 students from Beihang University, Beijing, attended CPAS for an intensive summer school program.