Tag: science

Why is it so hard to ‘eat local’ when it comes to seafood?

Kirsty Slemint- October 26, 2018

Next time you are browsing the seafood section of your local supermarket, take a minute to think about this: more than 70% of seafood consumed ... Read More

Finding fresh air in The Big Durian

Holly Richardson- June 1, 2018

In the midst of Jakarta, the capital of the fourth most populated country in the world, fresh air is hard to find. As the city ... Read More

The loneliest taxidermist: how Dr Santosh Gaikwad is fighting to save the legacy of India’s wildlife

John Ballot- October 14, 2016

By John Ballot When India’s last Siberian tiger died in the Himalayan hill station of Nianital, park rangers knew there was only one person in ... Read More

Science isn’t just for Scientists

Genevieve Worrell- August 26, 2014

  Well known US physicist Professor Lawrence Krauss presented his talk, Cosmic Connections, for the special BrisScience celebration of the 2014 National Science Week at ... Read More

Fee hike could mean trouble for science students

Alex Livingstone- October 20, 2012

A recent report by the Grattan institute has suggested that students studying certain areas to do not provide extensive public benefit should be paying more ... Read More

Health beats science in job prospects

Mitch Parker- September 24, 2012

Data Sources: The Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations’ 2012 Australian Jobs Report; The Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education Admissions ... Read More