A letter to year 12 students from Australia’s legendary astronomer

A letter to Year 12 students from the woman taking Indigenous astronomy into the future - Australia's Science Channel A letter to year 12 students from Australia's legendary astronomer - Australia's Science Channel Sign up and subscribe to our Weekly … Continued

A letter to Year 12 students from the woman taking Indigenous astronomy into the future

A letter to Year 12 students from the woman taking Indigenous astronomy into the future - Australia's Science Channel Kirsten Banks Kirsten Banks is a proud Wiradjuri Woman and Astrophysicist with an undeniable passion for space and astronomy. Kirsten Banks … Continued

A letter to year 12 students from an environmental engineering guru

Ellen Moon Ellen Moon is a lecturer in environmental engineering at Deakin University. Her research focuses on developing sustainable remediation strategies for land and water contaminated with heavy metals. Ellen Moon from Deakin University talks about making decisions, and how … Continued

Sugar ants love pee, and it might reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Pee-loving ants that chomp down on urea could help prevent nitrous oxide release into the atmosphere. An interesting new way to look at Carbon Capture for year 10 Earth and Space Sciences, as well as relevant to the year 6, … Continued

A letter to year 12 students from Australia’s favourite astrophysicist*

Alan Duffy Associate Professor Alan Duffy is an astronomer and physicist at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne. He's also lead scientist for Australia's Science Channel. You can find him on Twitter @astroduff. Astrophysicist and TV star Alan Duffy talks about … Continued

If we want to control greenhouse gases then we need to think ‘blue carbon’

Blue carbon ecosystems like seagrass and mangroves are a heavyweight in capturing carbon, but we’re losing them quickly. This interesting article explains carbon capture in action to students in year 10 studying Earth and Space Sciences or Senior Secondary Earth … Continued

In Class With….Neil deGrasse Tyson

In Class With....Neil deGrasse Tyson Get access to the biggest STEM names and brightest minds with our In Class With....series. Join us as we bring one of the world's most famous astronomers, Neil deGrasse Tyson, to classrooms around Australia. This … Continued

A vampire star has been spotted sucking the life from its victim

A white dwarf star in the middle of a feeding frenzy sheds new insight into vampire star systems. Suitable for Earth and Space Sciences delivery for years 7 or 10. Word Count: 424 A vampire star has been spotted sucking … Continued

Bushfires are threatening our drinking water

Bushfires pose a serious risk to the quality of our drinking water – expert Stuart Khan explains the immediate and long-term effects. Suitable for delivery alongside the Year 7 or 10 Earth and Space Sciences curriculum when studying the water … Continued