Getting Personal With Skinks

Researchers from Macquarie University in Sydney are delving into the private lives of skinks to understand why animals bond together. Find out how researchers are learning about social groups in animals, particularly skinks, in this resource for Biology students in … Continued

A science poet’s guide to the galaxy

Photons, physics and the power of performance: science poet, Rachel Rayner tells us how to communicate complex concepts. Learn about the importance of science communication, and how it can be used to translate complex physics concepts in this resource. Find … Continued

Searching for the dawn of animal life

The new national park preserving Earth’s earliest life. This video resource is best suited to Year 8 Earth and Space students learning about fossils on Earth and how, right here in Australia, they can be used to learn about the … Continued

Ammonia: Australia’s next massive energy export

Australian researchers try to solve the energy problem by investigating ammonia. This resource is best suited to Year 7, 8, 9 and 10 Chemistry, Earth and Space and Physics students. Included are student activity and an investigation template that guides … Continued

Ediacaran animals probably didn’t look like their fossils

Ediacarans are truly ancient organisms, but the fossils we do have might be of their internal structure, meaning we don’t know what they looked like at all. This resource is best suited to Year 7, 8, and 10 Biology and … Continued

Cadmium overload

Soil changes mean more toxins in food. This resource is best suited to Year 7, 8 and 10 Biology (food chains), Chemistry (elements) and Earth and Space (the Earth’s resources) students. It also covers some Earth and Space science outcomes … Continued