We finally did it! Took a photo of a black hole. But how can you take a photo of something that doesn’t emit or reflect any light at all? … More Photographing the invisible
Book review: The Martian, a combination of great science with great writing … what more could you ask? … More Book review: The Martian
Pandemics and Epidemics, the history and future of deadly disease outbreaks, bioterrorism and many other very frightening realities. … More Pandemics and Epidemics
Final day: sci-fi selfies, our future on Mars, wearable technologies hyping up to a new level! … More Sunday at the World Science Festival Brisbane
Here’s a look at the different events on Saturday: food security and gene editing with a bit of everything else in-between! … More Saturday at the World Science Festival Brisbane
I’m here at the World Science Festival Brisbane … and it’s awesomely amazing, full of nerdiness, and a lot of fun! … More Friday at the World Science Festival Brisbane!
The Mystery Molecule is back! Can you guess what this particular one is? … More Mystery Molecule 3
From Ancient Greece to today’s supercomputers and calculus-derived proofs … what’s really going on with pi? Or its close cousin, tau? … More Pi Day (and a little on Tau)
Trying to write. Blank document staring back. Sound familiar?
Is there any scientific explanation, or is it a purely imagined phenomenon? Read on … More Does ‘writer’s block’ have any scientific basis?
You’ve probably heard of it, or its cousin, CO2. And the fact that it’s deadly is given away by the image. But how much do you actually know about it? … More The Chemistry of Carbon Monoxide