Q&A: Eye and AI on the sky

Thoughts on what technology does to astronomy. For students who want to find out about what’s going on in astronomy right now, what questions are being asked and which are being answered. This article could be used to inspire year … Continued

Plug it into the wall

Chemists create ‘smart bricks’ for energy storage. This short article is suitable for year 8 and 10 chemistry and physics students. It demonstrates the importance of an understanding of energy storage and chemical properties in the development of technologies that … Continued

Check out these awesome online events during National Science Week 2020

One effect of the current craziness is that there are more National Science Week events online than ever before – and that means more chances to get involved. Whether you're in school or at home, educating to the curriculum, or … Continued

SCINEMA 2020: Student Workshop 4

Best for: Yr 10-12 students (but adaptable for others) Welcome to the forth and final SCINEMA Student Workshop of 2020. This session is designed for you to complete with your classes. There is a video to watch that directs students … Continued

My talk with Jane Goodall: vegetarianism, animal welfare and the power of children’s advocacy

Dame Jane Goodall and Professor of Animal Welfare, Clive Phillips, discuss unique human characteristics, societies' moral obligations to animals, and conservation of the planet. This resource is best suited to Biology and Earth Science students in years 4, 6, 7, … Continued