Q&A: Eye and AI on the sky

Thoughts on what technology does to astronomy. For students who want to find out about what’s going on in astronomy right now, what questions are being asked and which are being answered. This article could be used to inspire year … Continued

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

Astronauts grow lettuce in space

The plants are fresh, nutritious and safe to eat. This interesting article and short video 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 … Continued

In Class With… Neil deGrasse Tyson

Get access to the biggest STEM names and brightest minds with our In Class With... series. Topics: Biological Sciences - Ecosystems, The Body Earth and Space Sciences - The Solar System, Big Bang Theory, The Changing Earth Physical Sciences - … Continued

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 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