The science of the sausage sizzle

What’s actually in the sausage and bread you buy? And are there scientifically safer ways to cook it? Apply students' knowledge of living things and chemical reactions in this resource (including an experiment) about food science. It is best suited … Continued

Coming Up: In Class With… Rob “Krill Whisperer” King

Marine Research Facility Specialist, Rob King aka The Krill Whisperer, is taking on questions from school students around Australia in this exclusive In Class With… event. Submit your students’ questions now to take part. Credit: RS71941_lpr © AAD You might … Continued

What is the most important thing a scientist needs?

What is the most important thing a scientist needs? - Lennox, age 6 Use this article to help students learn about the skills required to be a scientist and explore potential careers in science. This resource is best suited to … Continued

Promising progress for a cheap and accessible new COVID vaccine

American researchers have used long-established technology to create a COVID vaccine that’s easy to make and store; clinical trials are underway. It could be a COVID-vax game-changer for less-wealthy nations. This resource is best suited to Biology students in Years … Continued

Mathematics of scale: big, small and everything in between

Fractals are a critical tool for measuring and understanding the mathematics of scale. This intriguing article works well with all sciences to help students better understand size scales, particularly for Years 8, 9 and 10. Word Count: 789 How many … Continued