CROSCI Statement

It is with much regret that Australian Science and its sponsors have decided to withdraw their support of European science organisation, CROSCI. The educational website based in Croatia has revealed many fascinating studies and pieces of research with the aim of advancing science and inspiring the next generation seeking careers in academia. We wish CROSCI, …

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 …

The Best of Australian Science: August 2014

It’s the end of August, 2014 and it our time to review the top headlights for this month. This would be our selection for the previous period. From the caves to the classroom From classrooms around the country, students will embark on a digital journey exploring the iconic Jenolan Caves, an important scientific environment full …

The Best of Australian Science: June 2014

It’s the end of June, 2014. It’s our time to summarise what we have done during this month. In fact, we are going to recount the best highlights for June. Here are the most exciting and interesting articles of this month. Interview: Henry Story, a Social Web architect and Polymath by Danica Radovanovic Henry Story …

The Best of Australian Science: May 2014

It’s the end of May, 2014. It’s our time to summarise what we have done during this month. In fact, we are going to recount the best highlights for May. Here are the most exciting and interesting articles of this month. Security Challenges in Cloud Computing by Milica Djekic Cloud Computing is a jargon, in …

The Best of Australian Science: January 2014

It’s the end of January, 2014. It’s our time to summarise what we have done during this month. Basically, we are going to recount the best highlights for January. Here are the most exciting and most interesting articles of this month. Four women researchers who were overshadowed in the sciences by Danica Radovanovic As an …

The Highlights of 2013

This year our writers churned out a host of fantastic articles, including a series of posts dedicated to women in space, written by Sharon Harnett. One of the most notable of the series was all about Valentina Tereshkova, the first woman astronaut. This year was the 50th anniversary of her historic spaceflight. We also had …

The Best of Australian Science: November 2013

It is time to recount November’s highlights, the most read and interesting articles from the month in the fields of science, education, internet technologies, biology, environment, health, among others. If you are interested in science blogging and contributing to Australian Science – contact us and check out the Editor’s note. Stay curious and scientifically passionate! I hope …