Photo via James Cook University.

Photo via James Cook University.

Sea turtle orientation mystery revealed

Early-rising sea turtles may use the Sun to find their way home, new Australian research suggests.

Read online at Australian Geographic.

 
  Photo by Gerry Pearce.

Photo by Gerry Pearce.

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.

 
  Illustration by Elena Garcia.

Illustration by Elena Garcia.

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.

 
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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.

 
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Mother Tongues

A blog about language with words and illustrations created foruniversity coursework. Mother Tongues was featured by the Wordpress editors on the Discover site.

Visit Mother Tongues.

 
  Photo by Luftphilia (CC BY-NC 2.0).

Photo by Luftphilia (CC BY-NC 2.0).

How science really works: the student experience of research-led education

Journal article published in Higher Education (2016).

 
  Photo via scienceinmelbourne2007 (CC BY 2.0).

Photo via scienceinmelbourne2007 (CC BY 2.0).

Meeting a star of Australian science communication

Published on the ANU Science website in September 2013.

Read the copy here.

 
  Photo by The Shopping Sherpa (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0).

Photo by The Shopping Sherpa (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0).

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.

 
  Photo by Rachel Hanes (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0).

Photo by Rachel Hanes (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0).

Curiouser and curiouser: A love of learning

Asking someone why they’re curious is like asking them why they’re tall, or why they have brown eyes. 

A speech awarded third place in the 19th Annual Lions Oratory Competition. Read an abridged version published in Woroni, or the full script here.

 
  Photo by Thomas Stromberg (CC BY-NC 2.0).

Photo by Thomas Stromberg (CC BY-NC 2.0).

Weird Nature

A column written for the science section of the ANU student newspaper, Woroni.

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