Tim Jarvis: Human-wildlife conflict: an unequal contest that needs redefining

When humans and animals cross, it’s termed conflict. As Tim Jarvis explains, that’s not correct. This passionate article explains the human impact on ecosystems and the effect that is having on native animals. It is well suited to year 7 … Continued

To get big, grow slow

Whale shark females overtake the males to become the world's largest fish. This article is well suited to Biology students in years 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 10 who are learning about the lifecycle, adaptations and classification of native … Continued

Your backyard could help reduce global warming

Gardens cool urban temperatures by six degrees, study finds. Inspire students to help slow global warming from home with this article suitable for Biological, Earth and Space and Physical science students in year 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10. … Continued

Clean energy technology is drawing inspiration from nature

Word Count: 1574 By observing how plants, animals and even mud behave, renewable energy innovators are uncovering new ideas. Use this interesting article with students in years 4 – 10 studying any science. It would be particularly suited to those … Continued

What killed a million Darling River fish?

Topics: Biological Sciences - Ecosystems; Living Things Earth and Space Sciences - Renewable/Non-Renewable resources; The Changing Earth Additional: Careers, Technology; Engineering Concepts (South Australia): Biological Sciences - Interdependence and Ecosystems Earth and Space Sciences - The Earth's Surface Years: 6, … Continued