How modelling helped our COVID response

Modelling is a term that is well known by scientists but has only recently been making headlines. So what does it actually mean? What does it do? And why has it become so prevalent during COVID-19? In this briefing, epidemiologists … Continued

New ‘law’ could inform glacier-flow models

Equation designed to measure glacier movement over soft ground. This article and associated student activity is suited to students in years 4, 6, 7, and 10 studying Physical and Earth and Space Sciences. They focus on the practical application of … Continued

Cane toad behaviour

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Cane toads on the leading edge of the invasion of Australia are bolder than their counterparts in more settled areas and are passing this boldness on to their young, researchers have discovered. New research findings have given interesting insights into … Continued