Honouring forgotten women scientists, mathematicians, programmers and palaeontologists

The Australian government has launched a review into diversity in the science and technology sector. Among other things, the review will examine how to support women and girls in pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Research shows … Continued

Top 10 finalists for Australian Mammal of the Year … who will you vote for?

Which mammal will be kicked off the list tomorrow? You decide here! Vote early and vote often for your favourite species in the competition. Why not use these articles with your students to highlight some of the awesome Australian mammals! What’s … Continued

In Class With… Rob “Krill Whisperer” King

Get access to the biggest names and brightest minds in STEM with our In Class With… series. Marine Research Facility Specialist, Rob King aka The Krill Whisperer took on questions from school students around Australia in this exclusive In Class With… event. With … Continued

Check out these awesome events during National Science Week 2022

Whether you're in school or at home, educating to the curriculum, or just looking for some science fun, we're certain there's something for you this National Science Week. Australia’s National Science Week is back for 2022 and this year’s line-up … Continued

Shark Bay bandicoot: a pint-sized ecosystem engineer

Fluffy, furry, spikey or sleek? What’s your favourite species? Cosmos magazine is celebrating the amazing diversity of Australian mammals, from antechinus to yellow-footed rock-wallaby, in our first-ever Australian Mammal of the Year poll. Keep an eye on the Cosmos website … Continued

Eastern bettong: the ultimate native truffle hunter

Fluffy, furry, spikey or sleek? What’s your favourite species? Cosmos magazine is celebrating the amazing diversity of Australian mammals, from antechinus to yellow-footed rock-wallaby, in our first-ever Australian Mammal of the Year poll. Keep an eye on the Cosmos website … Continued