Tully, A. (2013). ANU Health and Wellbeing Communication with Students. Report prepared at the Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science, for assessment in SCOM3003 Special Topics in Science Communication. For the use of the ANU Medicine, Health and Wellbeing Learning Community and other university.
Redman, A. (2013, November 28). Project opens doors to science. Canberra Weekly.
Bryant, C. (2012). Science Circus. In Gunstone, R. (Ed). Encyclopedia of Science Education. Springer, online. Print version forthcoming 2014.
Orthia, L.A. (2012). Science Fiction. In Gunstone, R. (Ed). Encyclopedia of Science Education. Springer, online. Print version forthcoming 2014.
Stocklmayer, S.M. (2012). Science Communication. In Gunstone, R. (Ed). Encyclopedia of Science Education. Springer, online. Print version forthcoming 2014.
Refereed journal papers
Orthia, L.A., Dobos, A.R., Guy, T., Kan, S.Z., Keys, S.E., Nekvapil, S., & Ngu, D.H.Y. (2012). How do people think about the science they encounter in fiction? Science students investigate using The Simpsons. International Journal of Science Education Part B: Communication and Public Engagement 2(2): 149-174.
Stocklmayer, S., Rayner, J.P., & Gore, M.M. (2012) Changing the order of Newton's Laws - Why & how the Third Law should be first. The Physics Teacher, 50(7): 406-409.
Stocklmayer, S.M., & Bryant, C. (2012). Science and the public – what should people know? International Journal of Science Education B: Communication and Public Engagement, 2, 81-101.
Searle, S.D. & Stocklmayer, S. (2012) 'The benefits of communicating with the general public from scientists' point of view - an Australian study.' Presentation at the 12th International Conference on Public Communication of Science and Technology (PCST), Florence, Italy, 18-20 April 2012.