Fingers on buzzers.
We can overcome the tyranny of inaccessible science hardware by building a movement for equity in science.
New research shows the insects use the brightness of different stars to work out which direction to go.
Some Australians feel they are missing out on the benefits of scientific and technological progress.
Here's why I'm supporting this weekend's March for Science.
Ten questions. On your marks. Get set. Go.
Science festivals are booming and with their mixture of music and art they are opening the field to a whole new audience who are keen to be amazed.
New research shows programmes to widen STEM participation in students are failing.
This is the first part in a series on how we edit science, looking at what science is and how it works.
We asked three experts for their takes.
Maths is often a quiet contributor to problems in subjects like biology.
A handy guide to rebooting human civilisation.
As Trump's travel ban hangs in limbo, what does it mean for science?
As the goat plague is a trans-boundary disease, there's concern that it will spill over into neighbouring countries such as Rwanda and Burundi.
How do we determine what is fact? An archaeologist explains how the answer has changed over time and why it matters so much now.
NSW's proposed new rigorous physics syllabus refocuses on the fundamentals, but it'll require investment in teaching skills so all students can benefit from it.
New data shows that the hairy-legged vampire bat of Pernambuco, Brazil, has developed an appetite for human blood over that of other possible prey.
Scientists are concerned that politics will trump evidence in the new administration. A researcher of political psychology explains why these worries matter far beyond questions of science.
Australia still struggles when it comes to innovation. No surprises there. But a new report on innovation shows some areas where we can improve.
Everything you need to know about predatory publishers.