Amazing photos show lace monitor raiding a brush turkey's mound
AG wildlife photographer Gerry Pearce captured this dramatic photo series in Garigal National Park near Sydney.
Read online at Australian Geographic.
Surrogates in space
Human space exploration has languished in recent years while robots lead the charge into the final frontier. Will humans ever venture beyond our pale blue dot?
Read online at Lateral Magazine.
Lost and found on Haida Gwaii
It’s a warm, blue day on Haida Gwaii, an archipelago located off the northern British Columbia coast. I’ve been zipping around the islands on a zodiac speedboat, soaking up culture and nature and people…
Read at Global Hobo.
The ANU: Australia's Harvard?
The ANU must redesign itself as an elite, Harvard-style institution to differentiate from other Australian universities, says Nobel Laureate Professor Brian Schmidt.
Read at Woroni.
Myths and Misconceptions
A column written for the science section of the ANU student newspaper, Woroni.
Lemmings commit mass suicide ・ The three second rule ・ Radioactive substances glow green ・ Tongue maps ・ Sharks don't get cancer ・ On average, you swallow eight spiders in your sleep every year ・ Drinking alcohol kills your brain cells