Stats, the very word is enough to put a shiver down any sane persons spine. But I have discovered that its not so bad and heres why
Last week, Julia Gillard ripped into Tony Abbott, calling him sexist and a misogynist. But what does research tell us about differences between men and women? Are the comments Tony Abbott made misogynistic, or is he backed by science?
There’s a growing movement to push scientists to accept Geek Pride. But is this the right course to push science into the spotlight?
Climate Change action can be like tiger blood. WINNING! There is a way to win at tackling climate change while winning at life at the same time
Are children in lesbian families more likely to be mentally unhealthy than their heterosexual family counterparts?
Whole civilisations have disappeared because they ran out of resources, or caused enough environmental degradation to render their environment useless. So why does this happen? Do we see it happen with other animals? Could it happen again?
Afghanistan is hardly the place you would expect to find some of the world’s most biodiverse ecosystems. But how the environment of this war-torn nation has fared from decades of conflict is a great mystery. For the first time in 30 years, researchers have finally been able to ascertain just how the wildlife of Afghanistan is holding up.
Religion can be said to be the most divisive and polarising subject in history, and there is no exception to this rule within the scientific community.
The recent outcry surrounding Australian live meat export to Indonesia has raised some interesting questions in public about how we (as humans) source and treat our food before it lands on our plate. Is killing an animal inhumane (inanimane?)
The Carbon Tax Fight is on! What kind of energy do you guys want to see replace coal?