Model or Monster?

In a two-room laboratory sequestered in a hunkered-down building in Werribee, Victoria, a small but mighty group of baby frogs, some of the last bastions of their embattled species, are patiently waiting to die… In this article Amalyah Hart takes … Continued

Spring cleaning cells take out the trash before they divide

Cells may use this strategy to clear out toxic by-products and give their offspring a clean slate. These resources can be used in lessons on cells and cell division with Year 8 and 10 Biology students looking for applications of … 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