Hubble turns 30 – The images that changed our view of the universe

As the Hubble Space Telescope turns 30, astrophysicist Alan Duffy shares his favourite images and how they changed the way we understand the universe. Use these beautiful images and video to open a discussion with students about the incredible technological … Continued

Series: What will the future look like?

Ann Druyan is the executive producer, director and writer of the new National Geographic series Cosmos: Possible Worlds. From science fiction to the importance of science in everyday life, she is a woman on a mission, a woman who wants … Continued

Astronauts grow lettuce in space

Astronauts report the plants are fresh, nutritious and safe to eat. This interesting article is suited to students in years 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, and 10 studying Biological, Earth and Space or Physical Sciences. It demonstrates some amazing … Continued

In Class With… Neil deGrasse Tyson

Get access to the biggest STEM names and brightest minds with our In Class With... series. The legend of science and screen Neil deGrasse Tyson stopped to tackle questions from school students around Australia in this exclusive In Class With… … Continued

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

Fred Watson Fred Watson is Australia’s first Astronomer-at-Large, a position within the Commonwealth Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources. He is graduate of the universities of St Andrews and Edinburgh and worked at both of Britain’s Royal Observatories before … Continued

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

Kirsten Banks talks about walking through all the doors that open in life and recognising opportunities when they come along. A letter to Year 12 students from the woman taking Indigenous astronomy into the future - Australia's Science Channel Kirsten … Continued