Best of: Chemical Reactions

Our best of series, published each week, collates our favourite and most popular resources for a particular topic. This week: Chemical Reactions for year 8, 9, and 10 students studying Chemical Sciences. Australian Curriculum Codes: ACSSU225, ACSSU178, ACSSU187 Year 8: … Continued

Best of: Quantum

Our best of series, published each week, collates our favourite and most popular resources for a particular topic. This week: Quantum for year 8, 9, 11, and 12 students studying Physical Sciences. Although most quantum physics is beyond school-level physics, … Continued

Best of: Vaccination

Our best of series, published each week, collates our favourite and most popular resources for a particular topic. This week: Vaccinations for year 8 and 9 students studying Biological Sciences. Australian Curriculum Code: ACSSU150, ACSSU175 "Multi-cellular organisms contain systems of … Continued

Best of: The Changing Earth

Our best of series, published each week, collates our favourite and most popular resources around a single topic. This week: The Changing Earth for year 4 students studying Earth and Space Sciences. Australian Curriculum Code: ACSSU075 "Earth’s surface changes over … Continued

New ‘law’ could inform glacier-flow models

Equation designed to measure glacier movement over soft ground. This article and associated student activity is suited to students in years 4, 6, 7, and 10 studying Physical and Earth and Space Sciences. They focus on the practical application of … 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

Trekking alone across Antarctica taught me something about isolation

One of the world’s greatest living explorers, Tim Jarvis, is used to pushing himself to the extreme. So he’s worth listening to when he talks about dealing with isolation. Following the advice from Tim Jarvis, try the attached student activity … Continued