Weekly Science Picks

It’s Sunday! It’s a perfect day for your holiday, relaxation and joy. The good thing about every Sunday is nothing will force you to get up that early in the morning as you do during the working week. Well, that’s why this day is our opportunity to summarise what have happened over the last 7 …

Weekly Science Picks

It’s the end of one more amazing week, so it’s our time to recapitulate what have happened during the last 7 days. This Sunday, we bring you the best stories from space industry, psychology, medicine and physics, environmental science and much more. So, let’s begin our tour! Astronomers solve mystery of the universe’s missing stars …

Why Should We Trust to Cyber?

These days many people are speculating about ongoing mass e-surveillance systems, which got applied by a lot of countries, but the best known is still an NSA project. As the most usual reason against those projects, some people see privacy breach concerns. But, what is a privacy? Why would our governments “spy” on us? Are …

Weekly Science Picks

It’s Sunday… Hurray! It’s our time to review what have happened during the last 7 days. This time we bring you the most exciting stories from biology, nature and wildlife. So, let’s start our tour! Grey seals identified as killers behind mystery harbour porpoise deaths Using DNA analysis of the the bite wounds, a Dutch …

Weekly Science Picks

Here we are at the end of one more exciting and fascinating week. It’s our time to summarise what have happened during the previous 7 days. The focus of today’s editor’s selection would be on psychology, neuropsychological and medical research. So, let’s start our journey! Psychology: How many senses do we have? We often talk …

How to Get Skills in Cyber Security?

We were talking before, though our cyber security sessions, that a career in cyber defence is the quite challenging one and it requires a lot of hard work and time to put your skills and expertise at a competitive level. So, the question here would get addressed to problems related to education and work experience …

Weekly Science Picks

Welcome at the end of one more exciting and this time, we could say, historically amazing week. Namely, these days we are witnessing a highly interesting ESA’s mission called Rosetta. For such a reason, this week’s review will be dedicated to that mission and some space science and industry stories. So, let’s go through the …

Weekly Science Picks

It’s Sunday! Maybe some of you are not that happy for that, because it’s the end of the weekend, but for us it’s our time to provide you with a new editor’s selection for this week. The task was very interesting and exciting. We got an opportunity to present at once amazing stories from biology, …

Weekly Science Picks

One more exciting week is finishing and here what we have to present you this Sunday. We had amazingly interesting 7 days with lot of new discoveries, findings and research. This time we can proudly say we got extraordinary stories from the world of quantum physics, geology, biology and even some nice pieces of scientific …

The Best of Australian Science: October 2014

It’s the end of October, 2014 and it our time to review the top highlights for this month. These would be our choice for the previous period. Efficiency and Benefits of Massage Therapy by Maya Edberg The advancements in medicine have provided numerous cures and treatments for diseases that were terminal just a hundred years …

Weekly Science Picks

Here we are with new fascinating stories for this week. This time we plan to concentrate on mind and learning phenomena. You will see how new technologies affected our brains, how our mind stays stable during learning, what the point of mind games is and much more. So, please come with us and enjoy this …