The end of the Atlantic
Tectonic forces are setting our continents on a collision course
A wiki good time
Changing the world through maths in practical and abstract ways
Follow The Birds
Biologist Anne Peters studies birds to answer questions about evolution and ecology.
Chemistry is an art for Andrea Robinson. She designs complex molecules with real world use.
Inside the stars
Journey inside the stars with John Lattanzio, Astrophysicist
The mind-bending quantum world
Kavan Modi on quantum mechanics and the concept that underpins Schrödinger’s cat
Exploring the answers
Kate Smith-Miles uses maths to explore answers to society's most pressing issues
Chemist Bayden Wood develops portable devices that use light to diagnose disease.
Biologist Steven Chown explores life in the world’s most remote areas like Antarctica.
Frozen in Time
Jeff Stilwell travels from pole to pole finding fossils that shed light on earth’s history.
The hidden mystery of curves
Norman Do sees patterns everywhere, and solves the maths mysteries behind them
Thanks to all the fish
See how evolutionary biologist Bob Wong, studies the reproductive behaviour of fish
From snail venom to pain relief
Dr Kellie Tuck tells us about her chemistry lab and lessons gleaned from a cone snail
Deciphering the world
Decipher the world and beyond with Geoscientist Marion Anderson
Hunting gold and meteors
Andy Tomkins looks at the way gold moves from the Earth’s deep crust
Discover a world of magic and mathematics with Burkard Polster
Chemist Mike Grace examines biologically active chemicals in waterways
Chemist Doug MacFarlane is harvesting sunshine for a sustainable future
Feeding the future
Ros Gleadow studies the effect of rising CO2 levels on food crops
The magnetism of silence
Scott Findlay, a physicist on the search for new materials to improve our lives
Whatever lies beneath
Join Earth Scientist Peter Betts to discover what lies beneath
Mathematics, medically speaking
Maths is considered an exact science, but human health issues can be messy
Life in the Oceans
Biologist Richard Reina is passionate about conservation and in inspiring his students to be passionate about it too.
Making the connection
Michael Fuhrer is making the connection through experimental physics
Absolutely Cool Atoms
What happens when atoms are cooled? Kris Helmerson investigates...
Carbon dioxide – the naughty gas
Rico Tabor explores colloid chemistry and the role of carbon dioxide in bubbles
Capturing the clouds
Christian Jakob is looking into weather prediction and its challenges using maths
A better place
David Paganin uses Theoretical Physics to make the world a better place
When size doesn’t matter
When it comes to plant survival, size does matter
Sex, death and disease
What do fleas and you have in common? More than you think
The romance of exploring life on Mars
Sasha Wilson is a geologist examining life on Mars, as well as how to harness mining waste
Flipping up in physics
Theo is not a fan of traditional lectures
Seed without sex
Join John Bowman on his quest for a ‘Seed without sex’
Outside the Box
Scott O'Neill leads an ambitious global initiative to fight dengue fever
Lincoln Turner on the unpredictability of physics at ultra-cold temperatures
Andy Tomkins studies rocks from space that reveal the origins of the solar system.
Across the Universe
From interstellar dust particles to black holes, Yuri Levin explores our complex universe.
For the love of chemistry
I want to change the way we educate chemistry students
Beth McGraw looks at how much disease a single mosquito can cause in its lifetime.
Physicist Kaye Morgan uses x-ray imaging to study response to cystic fibrosis treatment.