New glass discovery

Topics: Biological Sciences – Cells Physical Sciences – Energy Additional: Careers Concepts (South Australia): Biological Sciences - Form and Function Physical Sciences - Energy Years: 7, 8 How thousands of years are taken off the glassmaking process How thousands of years are … Continued

CRISPR and Human Embryos

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Topics: Biological Sciences – Cells; The Body; Genetics Concepts (South Australia): Biological Sciences - Form and Function; Diversity and Evolution Years: 8, 10 Video length: 2:15m If you've heard about the gene editing CRIPSR, you know that scientists are hailing it as … Continued

Medical Illustrator Madelaine

Topics: Biological Sciences – Cells; The Body Additional: Careers; Media Concepts (South Australia): Years: 7, 8, 9, 10 Video length: 4:55m A WHOLE NEW DIMENSION - MADELAINE ON THE JOB Meet Madelaine Flynn, a medical illustrator at QIMR Berghofer Medical Research … Continued

Memorable Moments in STEM

Find out about recent advances and events from the world of science and technology with Miles Gough. From old vertebrates to heart transplants, to life-saving technology, these eight moments in STEM are sure to stick in your memory. Word count: … Continued

Tsunamis

Topics: Chemical Sciences – Mixtures and Separation Earth and Space Sciences – Extreme Earth Events; Plate Tectonics; Climate Change Physical Sciences - Energy  Additional - Careers Concepts (South Australia): Chemical Sciences - Properties of Matter Earth and Space Sciences - The … Continued

Should you eat your boogers?

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Topics: Biological Sciences – The Body Concepts (South Australia):  Biological Sciences - Form and Function Years: 5, 7, 8, 9, 10 Video length: 1:25m What student doesn’t love a video about eating their own snot? Quick pithy video explaining why … Continued

Peter Enticott – Autism

Topics: Biological Sciences -  The Body Additional - Careers Concepts (South Australia): Biological Sciences - Form and Function Years: 7, 8, 9, 10 Video Length: 2:33m Meet Peter Enticott. He's a neuroscientist working on new brain-based treatments for autism. He wanted … Continued