This month Dr Steve Salisbury discusses his work tracking dinosaurs in the remote Kimberley region of Western Australia. … More Australia’s Jurassic Park
This month our expert panel will dive into the physiology of sharks, which factors contribute to shark attacks and how we can best mitigate these risks. … More Sharks: A deep dive
On September 14, 2015, scientists from the LIGO Scientific Collaboration and the Virgo Collaboration observed the collision and fusion of two black holes by directly measuring the gravitational waves emitted during their collision … More Detecting gravitational waves
It’s a brave new world for pet care and veterinary medicine. How far would you go to care for your fur baby? … More 80 years of science: creating healthier and happier animals
Environmental conservation is a big challenge facing our planet. Isn’t it time to stand up and take action, rather than do more research? … More Is science any use for saving species and habitat?
What do a mechanical and materials engineer, a food scientist and a periodontist have in common?
Surprisingly, 3D printing. … More New frontiers in 3D printing
To celebrate 2015 being the International Year of Light, Professor Andrew White will take a light-hearted look at quantum light. … More 12 October: The light fantastic