Dr Jarrod Green explores why audiences discuss the realism of science in fiction.
Dr Madeline Mitchell and Dr Merryn McKinnon track progress in science reporting.
Professor Sue Stocklmayer AM beieves art and science are not polar opposites
There aren’t many scientists who have a daily radio show. But Adam Shirley has tens of thousands of devoted people listening to his dulcet tones every day.
Imagine having a smash-hit YouTube channel with millions of viewers who tune in to watch you talk about your passion.
Dr Will Grant has made it his career to take science out of academia, and into the ‘real’ world.
In September 2014 CPAS academics Rod Lamberts and Will Grant launched KindaThinky, an innovative live talk show that takes place in Canberra's Civic Pub.
Communicating health information is always challenging, but communicating about a disease that is hard to diagnose and involves social taboos is extra...
'Opening Doors' is a pioneering project which offers young immigrants from disadvantaged and refugee backgrounds much needed access to science and...
How does ‘entertainment science’ shape our perceptions of what real science is like?
A collaborative study involving undergraduate students and researchers has revealed that science in our favourite TV shows often slips under the radar.
Many people remain confused about climate science and policy, leading to skepticism and disenfranchisement around both the science and what to do about it.