Gravitational Waves

In 2015, astronomers shook the world of science when they made the first ever detection of gravitational waves. This feat – which won them the Nobel Prize – recorded the ripples in spacetime created by a colossal crash between two … Continued

SCINEMA 2020: Student Workshop 4

Best for: Yr 10-12 students (but adaptable for others) Welcome to the forth and final SCINEMA Student Workshop of 2020. This session is designed for you to complete with your classes. There is a video to watch that directs students … 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

In Class With… Climate Special

Get access to the biggest STEM names and brightest minds with our In Class With... series. Topics: Biological Sciences - Ecosystems, Living Things Earth and Space Sciences - Renewable/non-renewable resources, The Changing Earth Additional: Careers, Maths, Technology, Engineering Years: 4, … Continued

Where are we at with developing a vaccine for coronavirus?

[PLEASE NOTE: The information in this article may since have been updated or refined.] The first stage may be to reduce the amount of virus generated during a typical infection. This article and diagrams will explain the vaccine development process being … Continued